Last Flight Out

Last Flight Out

by Jennifer Vaughn

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Overview

Last Flight Out by Jennifer Vaughn

A stunning health crisis only further fuels Ella Sheridan's wounded spirit. Now, the nation will learn of yet another setback for the daughter of the nation's first female vice president. Ignoring strict security mandates against commercial travel, Ella books herself on a flight to Los Angeles to share her difficult news with a trusted friend. An undeniably fateful encounter with a handsome photographer onboard rocks Ella to her core. In the midst of her personal crisis, the intense attraction to Dezi is too potent for either of them to ignore. On the brink of a spontaneously romantic breakthrough, a ruthless plot for vengeance takes shape.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781945176500
Publisher: Waldorf Publishing
Publication date: 09/15/2017
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 4.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Jennifer Vaughn is an Emmy nominated, award winning TV news anchor at ABC affiliate WMUR-TV, in New Hampshire. Her work has earned a Red Cross Sword of Hope Award, Associated Press honors, multiple NH Association of Broadcasters commendations, and she has contributed to coverage recognized with an Edward R. Murrow Award. Jennifer has held roles in internationally televised presidential debates alongside CNN, ABC News, and Fox News, and has conducted one-on-one interviews with sitting presidents of the United States, and every presidential candidate to cross the NH border. Jennifer has ventured to Houston, Texas to interview President George H.W. Bush, and his wife, Barbara, and been dispatched to Arizona, to cover the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXll. When ABC’s Extreme Home Makeover rolled into New Hampshire, she was there when a local family saw their new home for the first time.Jennifer is the Author of: Throw Away Girls, and Legacy Girls, the first 2 in the Jaycee Wilder Series and well as being the Author of Echo Valley.Her most important job of all: mom. Alongside her husband, Brad Dupuis, Jennifer is joyfully raising two great kids, Brody and Darby, and their cocker spaniel, Fletcher.

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Last Flight Out 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Last Flight Out is a thrill ride - beginning to end. I usually have a collection of books on my night stand, and I'll alternate reading each every night. When I picked up Vaughn's book, I couldn't put it down. Literally. I think I was up for two hours the first night reading it. And those other books? Forget about it. Vaughn's writing style and character development are almost consuming. You will be completely and utterly engrossed - and will love every minute of it. I hear through the grapevine that she's working on a second book. I can't wait.
jesNH More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The storyline was interesting and took me to other parts of the world. It kept me on the edge one minute with its intriguing dialogue and the next it mixed in romantic and sexy repartee. Clever writing. Worthwhile read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An outstanding read! This book was full of characters who were rich and well-developed, and felt like members of my family. Do yourself a favor and go pick up a copy--you'll love it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great adventure from beginning to end - I was so quickly involved in the character's lives that I felt they were real and couldn't wait to find out what would happen next. Told all my friends to buy a copy and I know two book clubs now reading it and equally intrigued! This is the perfect book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Two big problems that put me off before even cracking a page: high pricing for both versions and editing. I'm usually more likely to gamble on new books if they're priced competitively, as I think most readers are apt to do in this recession. I will, though, if it looks promising enough. And this book certainly did. It seemed like an entertaining read. But sadly, I got no farther than the synopsis and had to pull up due to editing issues. As a reader, I usually take this as a red flag that the quality of the book might be lacking as well, and I have to ask if I still want to gamble. (The problems? First, it's in a solid block of text. Second, the opening sentences are grammatically incorrect and don't make sense: One shortcoming after another, this is just the latest disappointment in what Ella sees as a lifetime spent not measuring up. Her family's pristine image about to be shattered when the nation learns the vice president's daughter has cancer. Third, why is the terrorist a part Iraqi named Ahmed? Really?) It's too bad.