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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

A Wing & A Prayer by Andrea Laurence (Review)

Normally I don't add the book blurb, but I think this one is kind of important cause I just can't reword in a way that doesn't leave anything out.

More Than Words: Bestselling authors and real-life heroines
Making a difference…transforming lives… This year, the recipients of Harlequin's More Than Words Award are three women whose selfless deeds and far-reaching goals are helping to build stronger, safer communities. Now three bestselling Harlequin authors honor these remarkable women with stories inspired by their extraordinary contributions.
In A Wing & A Prayer, Atlanta businessman Dylan Alexander is committed to getting children the medical attention they need. And he has to admit, he enjoys flying single mom Jo Nichols and her son, Zack, from St. Simon's Island to Baltimore on his private jet. Now if he could just stop fantasizing about the three of them as a family…
Jo owes everything to Miracle Flights for Kids…and the six-foot CEO who volunteers his time and compassion. But past experience has taught her that acting on their growing attraction would be a mistake. All bets are off when Dylan and her son start seriously bonding. Are blue skies up ahead? Only if she and the once-burned businessman have the courage to go for it.
Look for A Wing & A Prayer by Andrea Laurence, along with two more free ebooks inspired by real-life heroines: A Place in Her Heart by Trish Milburn and Never Too Late by Christi Barth. Visit the Harlequin More Than Words website at www.harlequinmorethanwords.com, or your favorite ebook retailer, to download these free novellas today.

My Thoughts:

Honestly, I thought A Wing & A Prayer as a sweet and all round good story. You have Jo, a mother, who is trying her best to take of her son, even when it's not the easiest thing to do. You have Dylan, who has taken time of his busy schedule to fly Jo and her son to Baltimore for medical treatment. It's just a feel good story about hope and kindness. Of course there is a little romance that buds between Dylan and Jo, it does hit a little bump. However, by the end you have that happy ending that gives you the warm and fuzzy feeling. Plus, it's a quick free read. 

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