Friday, August 15, 2014

Book Review: In Perfect Time by Sarah Sundin

Kay Jobson always has at least three or four guys at her beck and call. In fact, it seems that her charms can draw just about any man that she wants. In fact, pilot Roger Cooper seems to be the only man who can not only resist her charms, but actually avoids them. But that doesn't bother Kay too much as he seems way too much of a fuddy duddy for her anyway.
With all their travels and working together rescuing wounded soldiers and delivering need supplies to the the front lines, a reluctant friendship forms and Kay and Roger find that God seems to have a plan for their lives that they never would have imagined. 
This is the third book in the Wings of Nightingale series and though I did read the first, I missed out on the second somehow. I think it stood well enough on it's own, though it's also nice knowing a little about the stories of the other characters. One of my favorite things about this story is that it wasn't just a boy and girl meet and fall in love kind of story but there are so many plot twists and action woven into the pages, it feels like you get to follow them for a good long period of their lives which I love. I read the whole book on a flight  (in hind sight reading about pilots during a war while on a plane may not have been the best surrounding ;-) It was a great read and I would highly recommend it.

Thank you to Revell Publishers for a free copy of this book to review.

1 comment:

Sarah Sundin said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful review! And I'm glad your passenger flight was more peaceful than some of Roger's :)