By Carrie Turansky

ISBN-10: 1601429428

ISBN-13: 9781601429421

ISBN-10: 1683247833

ISBN-13: 9781683247838

Set in Edwardian England and perfect for readers who take pleasure in Julie Klassen novels, this romance approximately an English aviation pioneer and the woman who falls in love with him is stuffed with experience and faith.

Isabella Grayson, the eldest daughter of a prosperous, English newspaper tycoon, longs to develop into a journalist, yet her mom and dad do not approve. they need her to marry good and support them achieve the next status in society. After she writes an nameless letter to the editor that impresses her father, her mom and dad reluctantly agree she will be able to write a chain of articles approximately aviation and the race to fly around the English Channel, yet provided that she grants to simply accept a wedding thought in the yr. whilst James Drake, an aspiring aviator, crashes his flying laptop on the Grayson's new property, Bella is intrigued. James is decided to be the 1st to fly around the Channel and win the prize Mr. Grayson's newspaper is supplying. He hopes it's going to aid him safe a central authority agreement to construct airplanes and redeem a negative kin mystery. James desires to win Bella's middle, yet his historical past and absence of social status make it not likely her mom and dad may approve. If he fails to accomplish his dream, how will he win the affection and appreciate he's looking? Will Bella's religion and aid support him locate the power and braveness he wishes whilst unforeseen occasions flip their international upside down?

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