Girls of Flight City : Inspired by True Events, a Novel of Wwii, the Royal Air Force, and Texas
by Heath, Lorraine






Jessie, Lovelace, a talented female pilot in 1941 Texas discovers that her small-town, civilian flight school is secretly training British pilots for the RAF and fights to become an instructor. Original. 150,000 first printing.





Perfectly balancing tragedy and triumph, Heath's latest (after Scoundrel of My Heart, 2021) gives readers a war romance that keeps the pages turning. In a small Texas town in 1941, the British Royal Air Force arrives to be trained. Jessie Lovelace grew up flying with her dad and is able to assist in training the men. She fights to get a higher position as a flight instructor but faces discrimination. She finds solace in the arms of a British officer, though their time together may be limited. Kitty Lovelace is very eager to spend time with the young cadets. Warned not to fall for the men, as they are only visiting, Kitty finds herself quite attached to one in particular when tragedy strikes. Jessie's dear friend Rhonda also finds herself involved with a British officer, who comes with his own secrets and struggles, but together they mean to overcome troubles all in the name of love. This is a historical romance filled with love and loss but ultimately a hopeful journey for all. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: With this unique take on a WWII tale, best-selling romance author Heath's first foray into women's fiction is bound to attract her legion of fans and some new ones as well. Copyright 2022 Booklist Reviews.





Perfectly balancing tragedy and triumph, Heath's latest (after Scoundrel of My Heart, 2021) gives readers a war romance that keeps the pages turning. In a small Texas town in 1941, the British Royal Air Force arrives to be trained. Jessie Lovelace grew up flying with her dad and is able to assist in training the men. She fights to get a higher position as a flight instructor but faces discrimination. She finds solace in the arms of a British officer, though their time together may be limited. Kitty Lovelace is very eager to spend time with the young cadets. Warned not to fall for the men, as they are only visiting, Kitty finds herself quite attached to one in particular when tragedy strikes. Jessie's dear friend Rhonda also finds herself involved with a British officer, who comes with his own secrets and struggles, but together they mean to overcome troubles all in the name of love. This is a historical romance filled with love and loss but ultimately a hopeful journey for all. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: With this unique take on a WWII tale, best-selling romance author Heath's first foray into women's fiction is bound to attract her legion of fans and some new ones as well. Copyright 2022 Booklist Reviews.






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