Book Reviews of Wings

Wings
Wings
Author: Danielle Steel
ISBN-13: 9780440217510
ISBN-10: 0440217512
Publication Date: 9/1/1995
Pages: 464
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 95 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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Excellent book as usual, love this author. Enjoy!!
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In Wings, bestselling novelist Danielle Steel tells the story of a young woman who fights the odds and becomes a world-renonwned aviator.
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Cassie O'Malley's dad is a pilot and owner of the airfield where Cassie develops her love of flying and flying machines. Dad doesn't believe women are meant to be pilots and at first refuses to let Cassie fly. When she proves what a truly gifted pilot she is, she is allowed to work for her father. She enters an air show and is spotted by the wealthy millionaire and airplane manufacturer Desmond Williams. Cassie is lured to Los Angeles to promote and test Desmond's planes. Soon, Desmond marries her in order to ensure her loyalty and control her life. Cassie's true love, Nick, feels he is too old and poor for her and runs away to England to join the Royal Air Force.
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Great book by D.S.!
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Wings: One of Danielle Steele's best novels. A young woman's yearn for her own wings. Innocent yet absorbing.
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The story of a young woman who fights the odds of her times and becomes a world-renowned aviator.
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(from Amazon.com)"Cassie O'Malley's dad is a pilot and owner of the airfield where Cassie develops her love of flying and flying machines. Dad doesn't believe women are meant to be pilots and at first refuses to let Cassie fly. When she proves what a truly gifted pilot she is, she is allowed to work for her father. She enters an air show and is spotted by the wealthy millionaire and airplane manufacturer Desmond Williams. Cassie is lured to Los Angeles to promote and test Desmond's planes. Soon, Desmond marries her in order to ensure her loyalty and control her life. Cassie's true love, Nick, feels he is too old and poor for her and runs away to England to join the Royal Air Force."
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Steel has cranked out another predictable melodrama. Cassie O'Malley's dad is a pilot and owner of the airfield where Cassie develops her love of flying and flying machines. Dad doesn't believe women are meant to be pilots and at first refuses to let Cassie fly. When she proves what a truly gifted pilot she is, she is allowed to work for her father. She enters an air show and is spotted by the wealthy millionaire and airplane manufacturer Desmond Williams. Cassie is lured to Los Angeles to promote and test Desmond's planes. Soon, Desmond marries her in order to ensure her loyalty and control her life. Cassie's true love, Nick, feels he is too old and poor for her and runs away to England to join the Royal Air Force.
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It was a time when the world was on the edge of war and the skies were filled with adventure. A novel of daring, courage and freedom.
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Cassie O'Malley's dad is a pilot and owner of the airfield where Cassie develops her love of flying and flying machines. Dad doesn't believe women are meant to be pilots and at first refuses to let Cassie fly. When she proves what a truly gifted pilot she is, she is allowed to work for her father. She enters an air show and is spotted by the wealthy millionaire and airplane manufacturer Desmond Williams. Cassie is lured to Los Angeles to promote and test Desmond's planes. Soon, Desmond marries her in order to ensure her loyalty and control her life. Cassie's true love, Nick, feels he is too old and poor for her and runs away to England to join the Royal Air Force.
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I really enjoyed this book!
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This was one of my favorite books when i was in high school. I wanted to be just like the main character and have a great job flying planes.
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"This is Danielle Steele at her finest ...Her heroine is strong and tough from the very beginning,...a character of appeal and charm. Steele takes her love of planes and her ability to spin a web of romance and turns WINGS into a serious look at the growth of an industry." "The narrative takes off, with a mix of colorful characters bringing the heady early days of aviation to life."
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