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Flying Home
Flying Home
Author: Rachel Ann Nunes
Twenty-three years ago, Guenter and Karyn Schrader were killed in a plane accident in India, leaving their four-year-old daughter and orphan. Now grown, Liana is plagued by questions about her parents and her own inability to form a romantic relationship with a man she's starting to care about. Adopted by her mother's sister, she has always fe...  more
ISBN-13: 9781590387986
ISBN-10: 1590387988
Publication Date: 9/24/2007
Pages: 320
Edition: 1
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Publisher: Shadow Mountain
Book Type: Paperback
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I really enjoyed this book, It wasn't what I expected, but the characters were well though out, the diary entries to you back and forth in time, it was a quick easy read. Well worth taking some time out fr a heart warming unique read.
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"Flying Home" was very good...but then, all books by Rachel are great! Am just in the middle of "Eyes of a Stranger"...
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This is the first book I have read by Rachel A Nunes I'm a little disappointed in it.

The story was actually interesting and the characters had possibilities, but the emotion was sorely lacking. I keep wondering why Liana Winn did not appreciate her adopted family more? Why she kept questioning her GOOD fortune to have such a great family. When she could have just a easily been abused or worse.

The diary entries were smoothly done to bring the story to life and answer all your questions.

I had the story figured out almost from the beginning. Except the final twist at the end.

Yes, the good guy gets the girl and all live happily ever after.

I have not give up on the author I found "Imprints" and this book is really what I wanted to read.