While this was ultimately a good book, and a fitting finish to the Women of Glory series, it took me a while to warm up to Lt. Callie Donovan. Granted, she had been through a very tough time, but initially she was too weak, too willing to play the victim. Someone with a career in the military has to be made of sterner stuff than she was appearing. Eventually, Top Gun Ty Ballard was able to see that she didn't need to be a victim anymore, and the ending was very good, fitting of the women who serve our country in the military.
Virginia C. reviewed Point of Departure (Women of Glory, Bk 4) (That Special Woman!) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 853) on
A woman in uniform had to be tough. But to face down a naval commander intent on harassing her out of the ranks, Lt. Callie Donovan needed more than moxie. She needed a miracle...
Top gin Ty Ballard, assigned to represent Callie in a military board of inquiry, was no miracle worker. But having seen the stark vulnerability shadowing Callie's azure eyes-and knowing it had been put there by predatory jet jocks just like him-he prayed he'd prove man enough to stand by this brave, beautiful woman in blue.