When She Flew

When She Flew

Book - 2009
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A new novel about faith, family, and finding the courage to do the right thing from the author of Love and Biology at the Center of the Universe .

Police officer Jessica Villareal has always played by the book and tried to do the right thing. But now, she finds herself approaching midlife divorced, estranged from her daughter, alone, and unhappy. And she's wondering if she ever made a right choice in her life.

But then Jess discovers a girl and her father living off the radar in the Oregon woods, avoiding the comforts--and curses--of modern life. Her colleagues on the force are determined to uproot and separate them, but Jess knows the damage of losing those you love. She recognizes her chance to make a difference by doing something she's never dared. Because even though she's used to playing by the rules, there are times when they need to be broken...
Publisher: New York : NAL Accent, 2009.
ISBN: 9780451227980
Characteristics: p. cm.


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Aug 02, 2011

A wonderful read and a story that will stay with me for a long time. It is a mesmerizing story of a courageous female police officer, an injured war veteran and a remarkably intelligent girl. A perfect book for one's book club!!!


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