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Full Steam Ahead, Felix: Adventures of a famous station cat and her kitten apprentice lHere are what people are saying about flying soloMary Morton Jones It was slow at work so I started reading Right from the start it was HOT HOT HOT I got irritated when customers came and in interrupted my reading Tricia O Connell Hamilton I started reading and I co Flying Solo by Jeanette Vaughn is a story about Nora Broussard Greenwood a woman in the 60 s in New Orleans whoearns to fly solo in ways than one She decides to earn how to fly something that women did not do in those days Married to an affluent man she not do in those days Married to an affluent man she not ove she has an affair with her flight instructor On another occasion she makes the momentous decision to eave her husband which goes against all that she had been taught Nora would marry way too young She was the daughter of New Orleans natives Nellie Shryock and the ate Jack Broussard As a young girl Nora spent many an afternoon riding the streetcars up and down Carrollton Avenue while her mother worked at Hotel Dieu Hospital Her daydreams often were about the adventures she imagined her gypsy ike Cajun father must have had riding the riverboats up and down the Mississippi By making the decision to earn to fly Nora set in motion a new independent ife just as adventurous as she imagined her father s ife had been Her decisions conflicted with the Baghdad: City of Peace, City of Blood life that she was supposed to beiving as a Catholic wife and mother Nora had help in her flight from the oppressive Imagine That! life she waseading to a future with promise Many of her friends advised her but after considering their advice the decisions to do the things she did were hers In her uest for independence she discovers an old family secret that involves her whole Elena's Conquest life Toearn this secret and how she dealt with her old and new Sister of My Heart life read Jeanette s well written believable book Jeanette Vaughan is well established as a writer and story teller She has published in periodicals and professional journals of nursing and also in the genre of fiction She has written several novels and scripts She is the mother of four children including two Navy pilots Sheives in a Victorian farmhouse in northeast Texas with her sheep chickens donkeys and sheep dogs Flying Solo has won the following awards Finalist in historical fiction for Beverly Hills Book Awards Finalist in romantic suspense for Reader s Favorite Awards 4th place in Reader s Favorite International Book Awards for Southern Fiction 4 StarsFlying Solo is a fact based story about Nora and her somewhat restricted ife Set in The Deep South during the 1960 s a fact based story about Nora and her somewhat restricted ife Set in The Deep South during the 1960 s mind set of this era managed to both frustrate and anger me Nora a woman who married a man with money and power really enjoyed flying It fascinated her but her husband would never allow her to have Rescuing Gus lessons and become a pilot herselfwomen just didn t fly planes But after seeing an advertisement foressons at a near by airfield Nora secretly signed up This was the beginning of many changes for Nora She was attracted to her teacher and was unable to resist his advances for the first time in her Class of 92: Out of Our League life Noraearned that sex wasn t something that to resist his advances for the first time in her Portrait of a Starter: An Unhidden Story life Noraearned that sex wasn t something that to be endured with the right man it could be a magical experienceJeanette Vaughan s attention to detail has turned this story into than your typical romance The technical terminology is convincingly accurate as are her descriptions the era Giving us a sneak peek behind the curtains into an outwardly perfect How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly--and the Stark Choices Ahead life we saw the cracks in Nora sife and travelled an emotional journey with herThis is a well written fast paced debut novel from an author. French Cajun Nora Broussard Greenwood was born with the wanderlust Her adventurous spirit doesn't fit the sedate expectations of catholic 1960s New Orleans suburbia On a whim she takes flying essons to become a pilot Experiencing the freedom of flight is iberating However an illicit aff. Flying SoloSay that I felt sad that this book ended so uickly It had a great build up with Nora s unhappy marriage and her wanting to take an opportunity for herself by signing up for flying essons The chemistry between her and Steve is described well I did notice a few typos site is supposed to be spelled sight but other than that nothing major or anything the story flowed well The unorthodox arrangement Marci came up with surprised me and the tension between her and Nora is described well as well as her conflict with KaceyI certainly hope that there will be a seuel to this book With the way this book ended I would LOVE to see Nora Jean s further adventures if she ever flies again if Frank ever sees his kids again if Nora ever gets back with Steve Congratulations to Flying Solo author Jeanette Vaughan I can only think of one thing that would enhance Flying Solo and that is Moonrise listening to it read in a sultry Southern voice As an inland Australian who s not travelled out of the country it was difficult in the beginning to get my head around the very differentocale and society that Nora Broussard Fallen Angel: The Passion of Fausto Coppi lived in Then thanks to the evolution of cyber communication I heard an excerpt read by Jeanette role playing Nora I read the rest of the book with that voice resonating in my head andoved it The story suited the voice suited the storyThe early 1960s and Louisiana society did not allow for rebellion especially by women and yet she not only defied her husband but she deceived him when she sneaked off and earned to fly As sexy headstrong and determined as Nora is it is difficult in the modern era to imagine why she stayed in her marriage as ong as she did and yet obvious that she d have stayed Alien Alpha longer had she not fallen inove with her dreamy flying instructor Aided and abetted by her best friend Charlene Nora continued her affair with the eually married and adulterous Steve until she finds herself pregnant and forced to make some ife changing decisions She was an adventurous ady and yet a pragmatist a spoilt brat and yet a supressed victimStoryteller Jeanette Vaughan has spun together a narrative that is as complex and as simple as Jeanette Vaughan has spun together a narrative that is as complex and as simple as women she writes about Thanks to Jeanette S Talent Nora Broussard Is talent Nora Broussard is woman I d ike to have met and her seuel Solo Vietnam beckons urgently just on the strength of the vastly entertaining Flying SoloAnnabelle Brayley Australia As well as being an entertaining story this descriptive book about what ife was ike for a woman in 1960 s New Orleans was very interesting from a social point of view I couldn t help but admire Nora s fortitude as she stood up to her brutish husband and socially dictated existence and did things her own way As the story progressed I found myself in two minds about some of her choices but then it was a different time for women especially those from the religious and social background she came fromIntriguingly this novel is based on a true story and I would ove to know if the real Nora found the contentment and happiness she deservedJeanette s writing was really easy to get stuck into and I read this book in a few hours The story was compelling and I was eager to know what happened next very difficult to put down The story makes you think about how much things have changed in the majority of the western world on issues such as divorce and also about how religious beliefs can be such a deciding factor for some people when there are difficult decisions to be made Thought provoking and very readable An unusual ove stor. Rbulence her ife has become In a bizarre twist of fate she serves as caregiver to her over's sickly wife as a means to survive; hoping he will decide she is his soul mate But is that to be Nora must make the make the most difficult decision of her ife in order to get things back on tra. ,


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Who is now added to my ist of authors to watchCopy supplied for review Flying SoloBy Janette VaughnLife Can Be Like Flying SoloNora Broussard s mother Nellie Broussard was determined that Nora would marry into wealth she having been married to Jack a man who seemed to be either wealthy or broke Jack a fascinating man although away much of the time died when Nora was eight years old He was always an enigma to her for Nellie NEVER SAID MUCH ABOUT HIM NELLIE A NURSE WORKED said much about him Nellie a nurse worked even extra hours to send her daughter to Ursline high school where she would mingle with the elite of New Orleans Nora met a man a few years older Frank Greenwood son of a ocal old wealthy family Although Frank didn t kiss well and was not affectionate instead forever grabbing her finally after her graduation This is an engaging story about a woman you will root for cry with and want to know better The ush descriptions take you back in time to New Orleans in the 60s The flying seuences are realistic and make you feel F. Scott Fitzgerald like you are in the cockpit earning your wings too If there was already a seuel to continue the adventure I would have purchased it immediately Strap in for this high flying adventure in theife of independent aviator Nora Broussard From Nora s first The Devil Hath Been Raised: A Documentary History of the Salem Village Witchcraft Outbreak of March 1692; Together With a Collection of Newly Located and Gathered Witchcraft Documents line of dialogue Keep your pants on which she screams at a blue Slimline phone readers get to know this character and want to know what happens to her next Flying Solo follows the turbulentife of a woman iving before her times in 1960 s New Orleans suburbia Through a series of bad decisions Nora ends up in a bad marriage and a situation destined to suffocate her free spirit That is until she earns to flyAuthor Jeannette Vaughan s descriptions of everything from the country club ife to Nora s escapades in the air bring the reader into the time and place of this historical fiction The plot is compelling and keeps the pages turning I oved her character development which had me saying No don t but still understanding why she does what she does I aughed I cried and I thought hard about the women of this time not too far in the distant pastI clearly see why this book has won so many awards and absolutely oved it I Buddhism: Introducing the Buddhist Experience look forward to reading about Nora s next adventures in Vaughan s seuel Solo Vietnam too If you areooking for a high action adventure with a touch of romance and characters you will really care about do not miss Flying Solo Nora Broussard Greenwood is a sweet Cajun girl married to rich but thuggish Frank Greenwood of the affluent Greenwood clan in New Orleans The only solace from her shambles of a marriage aside from her children and best friend Charlene is taking to the skies as a pilot When she decides to take flying essons she uickly finds ove with both being airborne and with her flight instructor Steve Novak When the affair takes a turn Nora is faced with a number of ife changing choices that prove difficult for the Catholic raised CajunAuthor Jeanette Vaughan expertly weaves plot and dialogue while intertwining a flying motif throughout Nora s flight essons her FLIGHT FROM HER HUSBAND TO STEVE TO A NEW from her husband to Steve to a new It s very interesting to watch angel Nora as she shakes the earthly shackles of a crumbling and A Grant County Collection: Indelible, Faithless and Skin Privilege loveless marriage andearns to fly on her own It s a well paced read and I found it very enjoyable The characters are well drawn out it s fascinating to watch Nora s growth as she grows her metaphorical wings Flying Solo is an excellent book I highly recommend it I really enjoyed this book I do have to. Air with her pilot instructor forces action When she confronts her ruthless husband for a divorce she is cast out sans her children and threatened with her ife Desperate to get them back and gain iberty she steals her husband's plane Trials and tribulations erupt as she navigates the tu.
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