Monday, October 29, 2012
A Flight of Fancy - Reviewed
Her head is in the clouds. His feet are planted firmly on the ground. Can love cover the distance? Cassandra Bainbridge may be a bit of a bluestocking, but when Geoffrey Giles is near, love seems a fine alternative to passion for Greek and the physics of flight. With his dashing good looks and undying devotion to her, the earl of Whittaker sets Cassandra's heart racing with his very presence. It seems his only flaw is his distaste for ballooning, the obsession that consumes so much of her thoughts. When a terrible accident compels her to end her betrothal, Cassandra heads for the country to recover from both her injuries and her broken heart. With time on her hands and good friends to help her, she pursues her love for ballooning and envisions a future for herself as a daring aeronaut. But when Lord Whittaker slips back into her life, will she have to choose between him and her dream?
Is this cover gorgeous or what??? It says "read me"
This is the 2nd installment of The Daughter's of Bainbridge. Readers will be taken on a journey of the beautiful English countryside and the charisma of London society.
Cassandra has a lot of spunk! She is into everything that can take flight, she isn't sure what will win her heart.
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