Alaskan bush pilot Nick Spencer has just two weeks to find a wife. Luckily, a fender-bender introduces him to Katherine Kinard. Founder of Forrester Square Daycare and a born nurturer, she would be a perfect mother for his girls. Now all he has to do is convince her to leave her old life behind. Although some readers will enjoy Jill Shalvis' steamy sex scenes, the indistinctly drawn characters don't carry much emotional weight. With any realistic difficulties easily glossed over, leaving little urgency to the far-fetched premise, Come Fly With Me (2) never gets off the ground.
Reviewed by: 
Rebecca Carefoot