Page Count: 282
Publication Date: 1998
Summary: Anne and Paul, now divorced, are both in the Air Force and both thrive on being the best at whatever they do. When Anne is flying with their daughter Amelia in a snowstorm and crashes, Paul will do whatever it takes to save his ex-wife and daughter. Will almost losing Anne (again) be what it takes for Paul to let his real feelings show?
Recommended: Yes, though I will warn you, Paul is a very difficult character to like. The story is told in the present and in flashbacks to the past.
If You’re Offended: Look out for moderate swearing, including the use of GD. There are also sex scenes.
Noteworthy Excerpts: “The splintering glass, the screech of wheels, the howl of the wind, and the groan of the tree ripped out by its roots and splitting a portion of wing off along with it, made it impossible for Anne to hear the bone in her arm shatter.” “If you can not loan me a helicopter to rescue a fellow officer, then, in the name of God, as one merciful human being to another, loan it to me so I can save my family.”