Molly Green Explores Gender Equality and a Woman’s Dreams of Flight in ‘A Sister’s Courage’ [REVIEW]

Women pilots

Pilots wearing parachutes for a demonstration flight for the Air Transport Auxiliary Service in which they are to replace male pilots, freeing them for combat duty in World War II. January 10, 1940. (Photo by Telegraph)

Three sisters. A world at war. One dream worth risking everything for. Fiercely determined to live life on her own terms, one woman does whatever it takes to soar to new heights in Molly Green’s empowering novel, A Sister’s Courage. Read more of this post

Delores Fossen’s ‘Texas on My Mind’ Encourages Readers to Take a Chance on Love [REVIEW]

Handsome cowboy

When Air Force Captain Riley McCord returns home to Texas, he must make the ultimate choice between love and country. (Photo courtesy HQN Books)

In Delores Fossen’s Texas on My Mind, an Air Force captain returns to the Texas town where he grew up only to be nursed back to health by an old friend. But will their mutual attraction result in lasting love or just another broken heart? Read more of this post