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Reviewed by Heather Stockard for Readers' Favorite
Piper Holland wasn’t looking for romance when she went to pick up her dry cleaning one evening after work. She just wanted her silk blouse. But when a handsome Air Force pilot walks in behind her, Piper’s well-organized life is thrown into emotional chaos. Gabriel Orsini is everything she’s ever wanted in a man: funny, smart, kind, heroic, and religious. He’s also the perfect subject for the idea Piper is about to pitch for the fall edition of Finding Phoenix, the magazine Piper works for. She wants to feature hometown heroes who will share their favorite Phoenix places and activities. Gabriel agrees to be featured, and he and Piper begin spending much more time together. Their relationship flourishes, but when Gabriel is sent overseas on a temporary assignment, things get complicated. He’s sure they can make it work, but Piper, afraid of loss and change, pulls away. She loves Gabriel, but if she can’t overcome her own trust issues, their relationship may be doomed.
Fly Home to Me: Flying in Love, #2 by Chalon Linton, is a cute, faith-based romance novel set in beautiful Phoenix, Arizona. The hero and heroine are charming and believable, and their relationship is sweet and satisfying. Linton expertly captures their emotions and vulnerability. She weaves themes such as love and loss, forgiveness, and faith seamlessly into the story. Her experience as an Air Force spouse and her love of Jane Austen shine through in the detail and wit of this book. Fly Home to Me is a must-read for anyone looking for a good, clean romance.