Flying Solo - a 1960s historical fiction by Jeanette Vaughan

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Sometimes the choices we make in life have devastating consequences.

 

French Cajun Nora Broussard Greenwood was born with the wanderlust.   On a whim, she takes flying lessons.    For the first time in her life, she feels emancipated and free.  When she falls in love with her flying instructor, she asks for a divorce. This doesn't jive with her ruthless and controlling, Catholic husband who kicks her to the curb without her children.  Desperate to get them back, she steals his plane.

 

What's it really like in New Orleans during 1960s Mardi Gras?  Find out in "sexy, sassy" FLYING SOLO as two divas tear up the town in this riveting romp of beignets, bourbon and bedlam.      "A book to inspire women,"  FLYING SOLO elicits admiration for a character who defies convention to overcomes domestic violence and gain independence. 

 

 


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