On The Wings of Love

On The Wings of Love Stacie Gillete s dreams are almost as big as her ego At she is beginning to see a moderate amount of success as a reporter for the small but prestigious Austin Texas newspaper that she works for

  • Title: On The Wings of Love
  • Author: Megan Carter
  • ISBN: 9781594930270
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stacie Gillete s dreams are almost as big as her ego At 27, she is beginning to see a moderate amount of success as a reporter for the small but prestigious Austin, Texas newspaper that she works for After a series of successful news articles brings her newfound triumph and attention, Stacie begins to take herself far too seriously Then she blows one deadline too many,Stacie Gillete s dreams are almost as big as her ego At 27, she is beginning to see a moderate amount of success as a reporter for the small but prestigious Austin, Texas newspaper that she works for After a series of successful news articles brings her newfound triumph and attention, Stacie begins to take herself far too seriously Then she blows one deadline too many, and her editor decides to give her a final warning get an interview with bestselling romance author Cheryl Wright or else When Stacie blows the interview, and soon finds that both her personal and professional lives are spinning out of control And to make things worse, she s about to betray her best friend Brenda and finds herself alone and without the career she s taken for granted Will Stacie figure out that there s to life than the glitz and sensationalism that she craves Will her best friend ever forgive her And will she ever make amends with the enigmatic Cheryl Wright

    One thought on “On The Wings of Love”

    1. Mixed feelings about this one. On the one hand, it had characters who were NOT fabulously wealthy who had real and soul-destroying struggle in their lives. It looked at class and economics. There was still an idealised notion that hard work and determination could get people out of the situation over generations, but there was a need to stand together and support each other which was somewhat believable and even though I would have preferred more politicisation around that it was refreshing to e [...]

    2. I really love how this story is mostly about Stacie pulling her head out of her ass and acting like an actual kind and caring person. Would have be awesome to read more about Cheryl tho, a very interesting character, with not enough time in the book. But still a very fun read.

    3. Very sweetI enjoyed this book. At first I was somewhat annoyed by the self centered Stacey but as the plot evolved, I was rooting for her and Cheryl! Well done !!

    4. I really enjoyed the flow of the story. It developed smoothly Except for the very end. It seemed abrupt, but not forced. Just left me wanting more!

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