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    True to period!

    Frankie and Ruth Ann stormed into the barn of my heart! I enjoyed these characters and was caught up in their lives so easily and fully. I did not want the book to end. Jane’s writing transported me to 1936/7. Her expression of the characters’ thoughts seemed period perfect. The characters are quite focused when attending to the everyday details in their lives. Their actions are deliberate and simple not rushed and chaotic as many people appear today. The way Jane described the details of the characters’ behavior allowed me to see the them as they moved about their lives. At first it was slightly disconcerting but quickly I learned to slow down & throughly enjoy the moment. Sweetness is what I continue to come back to when remembering the characters. Looking forward to the next book!
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    Slipping the Surly Bonds of Earth

    A love story for fliers. Set between the wars, a nod is made to the few female pilots braving a new and male-dominated field. It is always a pleasure to listen to Dawson McBride's gravely voice as he reads us this faith-based (meaning, in this case, the characters turn to God as a matter of course, not that we are preached at!) tale of headstrong and talented men and women.
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