- File Size: 626 KB
- Print Length: 227 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 19, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R9KTME4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,566,145 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Flight (Winds of War, Winds of Change Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I read the first two books in the Winds of War, Winds of Change series and enjoyed them immensely. When I realized the third book was out, I had to re-visit the incredible and invincible O’Neill family. Georgie fascinated me in the other books, and I was glad to see her get her turn.
Georgie O’Neill is fired, and what does she do? She goes out with her friends, no letting it get her down! She and her friends run into two flying aces, in Halifax doing a stunt show. When Georgie tells Cameron Hatcher goodnight, she never expects to see him again, but engine trouble with one of the planes keeps him in town.
Georgie’s adventurous side wants to throw caution to the wind, but her more practical side wants her to follow her ambition to become a writer. Can Cameron give her the stability she craves while giving her the freedom to fly?
This is another well-written, emotional read by Jennie Marsland. While not quite as good as the first, Flight is a worthwhile addition to this amazing series. I fell in love with Cameron from the first page and I was already drawn to Georgie’s character in the first two books. I enjoyed the romance between the pair a great deal.
At times I sat on the edge of my seat when it looked like there would be no happy ending for this couple, but after all this is romance novel, so after plenty of trials and tribulations, Georgie and Cameron for achieve their “happily ever after.” Ms. Marsland does a fantastic job of keeping wondering though until the end. She also ties up all the plotlines quite nicely. I am sad to see the end of this remarkable series, but I’m sure she will be bringing us future characters that will pull on my heartstrings, leaving me wanting more.
If you haven’t discovered Ms. Marsland’s emotionally-charged books, I suggest you read Shattered, along with Deliverance, and concluding with Flight. While Flight is easily stand alone, it will be even more enjoyable when read after the first two in the series. If you like reading an area of history that hasn’t been explored a great deal, you will find these books a delight. I know I did. Happy reading!
“Flight” is the third in a series (Winds of War, Winds of Change) that tracks the fates of the O'Neil siblings during and after World War I. Jennie Marsland developed believable characters and intriguing story lines in the series' first two books (Shattered and Deliverance). I expected nothing less with “Flight.” I wasn't disappointed.
The O'neils are Nova Scotians. Marsland's intimate knowledge of Halifax and its history lends an aura of likeability and credibility to all three books.
This is a story about romance, struggle, and resolution. Marsland does a more than creditable job of juxtaposing Georgi O'Neil with new character, Cameron Hatcher, a World War I flying ace who arrives with his buddy in Halifax. The two war-time fliers have turned their battlefield expertise into a post-war livelihood by putting on aerial acrobatic shows.
“Flight” showcases Marsland as a first rate historical romance writer. The inflections of humor in the midst of romantic entanglement, the lacing of residual stories of O'Neil family intrigue with that of Cameron Hatcher's Irish roots, the uncertainties of the era, the hesitation of Georgi and Cameron to follow the urges of their instant attraction to one another, how Georgi's strong personality melds with her attitudes about her femininity and sexuality—all these and more make for a thoughtful, engaging piece of entertainment, whether or not ones genre of choice is historical romance.
Buy it. Read it. You'll be glad you did.