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4.26.2016

Angel with Steel Wings ~ Review

Angel with Steel Wings
Women with Courage series
By Anne Greene

At a time where women were venturing it the realm of men, Mandy McCabe dares to enter the skies. World War II has come and Mandy answers the call of service for her country by being a test pilot of repaired planes for the WASP program.

But flying the skies is the least of Mandy's worries as she deals with opposition in her everyday life as some feel the dangers and stresses that these women face is too much to ask of them.  Mandy is also dealing with issues from her past - a past that she is determined to leave forever behind her.

With determination and her faith Mandy faces the challenges that this changing turbulent world at war brings her way.

The narrator Linda LongCrane has a laid-back narration style that fits with the southern roots that Mandy calls her own.  But one can't accuse Mandy of having a laid-back attitude with her go-get-em work ethic. War changes everything and Mandy is determine that for her it will be a change for the better.

Those who enjoy a good period piece set in the turbulent years of WWII will enjoy this historical work from Anne Greene.

I was offered a copy of this book through TBCN/BookFun in exchange for my honest review.

About the Book:
Despite the danger
At a time when most people in America have never flown in an airplane, spunky Mandy McCabe test-pilots repaired war planes as part of the Women Air Force Service Pilots. If the Army Air Corp shuts down the WASP program, she must return to life in her hard-scrabble home and face her past.
Despite the opposition
Army Air Corp Major Harvey Applegate lost his WASP wife test-piloting planes and doesn't want any more women killed on his watch. He fights to close the WASP program. Women aren't designed to fight wars. Men fight to protect women's freedom, and the American way of life.
Despite the raging war
This World War II romance shows Steel Magnolias meeting Band of Brothers. Can Mandy escape from her past? Can a man burdened with memories of death agree to added danger for the new woman in his life? Will their new love survive the test of opposing desires and the pain and separation of war?