In the first Alaskan Skies book, the reader will feel Kate’s frustration at being surrounded by men who don’t always believe she can do her job. The story is cohesive and often mildly suspenseful. Readers will be transported to the 1930s and find all of their senses engaged.

Kate Evans pilots a mail-delivery plane in the forbidding Alaskan wilderness, the lone woman in a male-dominated profession. But even that seems easy compared to finding true love. She would consider marrying a fellow pilot if it weren’t for Paul, a mysterious, gentle man on her mail route. Can Kate break through the walls around his heart? (REVELL, Jul., 320 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Lindy J. Swanson