A Wing and a Prayer
By Suzie Housley
Dec 13, 2010 - 5:48:26 PM

It is Callie Corwin's first day on the job as a flight attendant.  She is working on a 747 jet enroute
to England.  While making last minute checks on the passengers, two individuals catch her attention.  One is a handsome cowboy whose name is Troy Williams; his mild flirtation helps calm her first day jitters.  The other is Kenneth Shalib, his appearance and actions lead her to believe he fits the profile of a terrorist.

As the plane makes its way into the air will Callie's fears turn into a reality?  Will her first day on the job become her last?  Or will she discover that you can't judge a book by its cover.


Gingers Simpson has written a very realistic book in A WING AND A PRAYER.  I was able to sense Callie's fear as she experienced her first day on the job.  This book is a reminder that even though things are not what they seem you have to ensure that your guard is kept up at all times.  This is the second book that I have discovered by Ginger Simpson, and I can guarantee her writing style is one that will keep you highly entertained.

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