Blue Skies by Adrianne Byrd


Air Force

Air Force

BLUE SKIES

ADRIANNE BYRD

KIMANI PRESS

RATING: 4.5

SKIES THE LIMIT

BLUE SKIES was an exceptionally well-written military romance story not only was it witty but it was also one of those stories that you could remember. Ms. Byrd brings the blue skies to you with a little romance and a little competition between lovers.

Captain Sydney “Serious” Garnett is a military inbreed who learn the joy of flying from her father and when it became her time to enlist, she did it with pride not only pride but also she was the epitome of a solider and a pilot.

Lt. James Colton was what some would call cocky but a pilot with tricks that many would not attempt. When he finds himself face to face with a sienna beauty, he finds himself looking into the eyes of his own soul but of course, nothing comes easy.

Lt. Colton & Capt Garnett find their selves in competition for being named the finest pilot in a Special Operations program. When Colton finds himself at the end of Garnett’s antics he realizes that she’s not only his equal but she is also one of the best pilots in the US Air Force but also she’s younger than him as well as outrank him but it still won’t stop him from going after her. The two find their selves involved in a manner that no one would have ever thought but not before the minor secret, which Colton and the other males of the program could screw up his chances of a successful relationship.

When James finds himself having to go after Sydney in a war zone, he has his heart in his throat thinking the worse could have happened to the women he loves but not before he remembers, what made him loved her the way he did.

Ms. Byrd writes a story that shows true love at its best but also love when nothing can part the two not even an extended time of being apart.

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