Daring the Pilot

Daring the Pilot

by Jeannie Moon

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Keely Andersen hasn't visited her hometown more than a handful of times in the last ten years, but when her doctoral research sends her back to Marietta for the immediate future, she can't wait to reconnect with the community and the mountains she missed so much. Of course, nothing goes as planned, and Keely's truck breaks down a few miles outside of town. When help arrives, she finds herself face to face with her brother's best friend – the guy she used to call big, bad and gorgeous – Jonah Clark.

Still settling back into Marietta after a harrowing stint as an army helicopter pilot, Jonah Clark plans to spend a few days hiking the local mountains to prepare for his job as a pilot for Crawford County's Search and Rescue team. When he stops to help a stranded driver, Jonah is shocked to find his best friend's younger sister is the one behind the wheel. Only now, instead of the geeky teen he remembered, Keely is all grown up with curves he can't resist.

Though the sparks of attraction ignite immediately, they're hesitant to act because of their shared past. But when a project dear to their hearts is threatened, and a boy is lost on Copper Mountain, Keely and Jonah drop everything to fight for what matters, including each other.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157499396
Publisher: The Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 04/04/2017
Series: Men of Marietta , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 215,752
File size: 472 KB

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Daring the Pilot 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. 162 pages read in just a couple of hours, could not put it down. Will read more by this author. GJRA
MaimeosAngelsEL More than 1 year ago
4 star Review Daring The Pilot (Men of Marietta #3) by Jeannie Moon Wow, I really loved this book. This was the first of the series that I have read and I believe each book is written by a different author. When Keely Andersen returns home after travelling the world for over 10 years, the last person she expects to bump into his her high school crush and home town hero Jonah Clark. Keely has always been known as a smart woman, but on occasion has found herself in need of rescuing and it is always Jonah Clark that rides in to rescue her. When her truck breaks down, Jonah is the one who stops to assist Keely who is shocked as she had no idea that he was back in town. Whilst Keely and Jonah both realise that the attraction they had for each other is still there, both are cautious and neither wants to be the one to start something. I loved the interaction between Keely and Jonah, not to mention the secondary characters. Jonah is so caring, totally swoon worthy in my opinion and I certainly fell for him as much as Keely did. Now a Search and Rescue pilot, Jonah is at home in the mountains surrounding Marietta; he is also an extremely reluctant participant in a posing for a calendar to raise funds in memory of another first responder. Of course Keely is determined that Jonah pose and will use whatever means she can to encourage him.. As their relationship gains momentum, their story is filled with a great deal of romance and humour. The characters were well written and I have to say I could have continued reading about these two for a lot longer and was sad to finish the book. I would love another story that re visits these two characters.
Cynthia181 More than 1 year ago
Love Keely is the nerdy science girl. Jonah is her brothers best friend and a former Army helicopter pilot. They both are finally home and she is working on her PhD. Can they finally admit how they both feel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the story. Loved Jonah.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I do enjoy a good romance story. I've read all of Jeannie Moon's books and this one was good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a good romance. It has humor and drama. It has a need heroine. Great characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only downside..when she was taken to the hospital she acted like the baby her parents still treated her like
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Keely and Jonah have history. He was her brother's best friend and he rescued her ten years ago when she was stuck in the mountains in a snow storm. Now they are attracted to each other but afraid to admit it. This is a really good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Must read
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I rarely reread a book, this was an exception.i recommended it to a friend (L H) having not finishing the "hot spots" I think my friend will enjoy. "Daring the pilot"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this! It was a simple, sweet and easy read, and refreshing because it wasn't drama ridden. There were a lot of grammatical errors though. It felt as if the author were trying to inflict accents because so many words were incorrect or missing. But other than that this is definitely worth your time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sweet, sweet love story!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Easy to read, sweet stories.
jr347 More than 1 year ago
Good read. Interesting story line.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the book but I struggeled with them being portrayed more as teenagers than 28 and 32 year old adults.....overall cute short story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A beautiful storyline and believable character to its credit. I got caught up in this story at the outset and would recommend for those who like a believable love story, a by chance sort of thing. The main characters come full circle back to, the small town where it all started.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the book and loved having the female a geologist that even did field work! However there was a major flaw that had me letting out a screech and startling my dog. Devils Tower IS NOT sandstone. It is a phonolite porphyry, an igneous rock. I'll spare you a further lecture on the geology of the monument.
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momof3boysj More than 1 year ago
Keely has had a crush on Jonah forever. He's rescued her twice. But, he's her older brother's best friend, so that means he's off limits, right? Until they kiss. The desire is undeniable. He doesn't believe her account of something in the woods...until it's too late...when she's in harm's way. And, her brother isn't happy with him either. He needs to regain her trust, and she needs to find a way to forgive him...before it's too late to repair the love between them.
judyrudy More than 1 year ago
Daring the Pilot is Jeannie Moon’s contribution to the Men of Marietta series. Ms. Moon wrote a captivating story in a trope that I definitely love reading. This was a heartwarming story that I read in one sitting. I loved both Keely and Jonah. Ms. Moon never disappoints me and this is the perfect beach read. I highly recommend Daring the Pilot.
KimberlyDawn55 More than 1 year ago
Another can't-put-down book! Keely and Jonah have history, and when they meet again, there's no denying the chemistry. I loved their story, and I highly recommend this book!
Dawncatlady More than 1 year ago
Keely returns home for research on a project after many years and is rescued by her brother's friend, Jonah. Jonah has returned to join the search and rescue team. These two reconnect and find that their pathway in the future may be together. Love the return to Montana and Marietta with the setting and characters that this author pens. Ebook from Net Galley and publishers with thanks. Opinions are entirely my own.
Kristyl21 More than 1 year ago
Keeley Anderson has returned home to Marietta Montana to finish her Doctoral research project. When her truck breaks down a few miles outside of town her childhood friend is the one who rescues her. Ex-Army helicopter pilot Jonah Clark was headed to the mountains to prepare for his position with search and rescue when he finds Keeley on the side of the road. When Jonah offers to help Keeley with her project with a hike into the mountains the sparks begin to fly. The two hesitate to get involved since Keeley's brother and Jonah were childhood friends. Eventually they can't stay apart but can they overcome there prying families opinions. The Men of Marietta series is getting better by the book. Keeley and Jonah are my favorite characters of the series so far. This book will not disappoint.