Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Book Review: Clouds (Glennbrooke #5) by Robin Jones Gunn

I love Robin Jones Gunn's work, but I had not read any of her Glennbrooke series.  When I saw Clouds available on Blogging for Books I knew I had to take it.  I usually request ebooks when doing reviews because I don't have unlimited space to store books in my house, but this is Robin Jones Gunn, so I requested (and received) a paperback copy.

This is the book that makes me want to read even more RJG.  I've read her Sisterchicks series and a standalone novel, but now, I want to read them all.  I want to read her YA series.  I'm in love with her work.
Clouds is Shelly's story.  A flight attendant, she has moved back home with her parents after transferring to their local airport.  Returning home she finds it's not as it used to be.  Her best friend, Jonathan, is no longer next door.  His parents had moved to the Bahamas and Shelly had no idea where Jonathan ended up.

Moving home and getting back together with her sister, Shelly is reminded of her times with Jonathan.  He was her best friend growing up and eventually, her boyfriend.  One important detail she remembers is the last time she saw him.

This is the story of Shelly rediscovering herself, finding out who she really is, and what she really wants to do with her life.  The airlines she is with is going under and her life is heading in a different direction.

A beautiful piece of inspirational romance has Robin Jones Gunn come up with here.  I stayed up late reading this book and only put it down because my eyes would not stay open.  I had to know what was going to happen next on this adventure Shelly was on.  It was beautiful.

For more information on this and other works by Robin Jones Gunn, check out her website and/or her page at WaterbrookMultonomah.

I read this as a review request from Blogging for Books. I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. All opinions are my own.  I was not compensated for this review in any way.

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