Last Flight Out

Last Flight Out

by Shirley Miller


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Danielle simply wanted to advance in her advertising career. So her move to Chicago proved a wise choice "? Until some unsavory characters came into her life, forcing her to live two separate lives. Intent on separating her advertising career while juggling the underworld she had inadvertently fallen into was not an easy task.

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ISBN-13: 9781436396424
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 03/03/2009
Pages: 108
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.26(d)

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writerbettie More than 1 year ago
Last Flight Out by S. J. Miller is an intriguing novel that will keep readers turning the pages with anticipation. The story moves at a fast pace, and the characters are realistic with each one having distinct personalities that set them apart from those around them. The author has managed to write this novel so that readers don't see or feel her presence woven within the plot-a skill that many authors lack. Danielle Reynolds, the main character, is a young woman from Vermont who eventually moves to Chicago where she expects to find better opportunities in the field of advertising. It is the sixties and she had quickly learned all about discrimination in the workplace; however, she is determined to succeed because of her talent and expertise. Unlike others, she refuses to sleep with the bosses in order to have a successful career. She loves advertising; it is exciting and challenging, but she doesn't receive the same pay as her male counterparts. Frustrated, she knows she has to earn extra money! But how? The young woman doesn't plan on becoming a professional escort or companion-but she doesn't stop it from happening. She is very selective, seeing only prominent men who are referred to her through a trusted contact. Being discreet is crucial; even her married boyfriend doesn't know about her second job. Danielle manages to detach herself from the physical though she does become close friends with a few of her clients-some of them politicians. Allow me to insert a flashback to the first chapter of the book where readers find Danielle rushing to the airport so that she can board an airplane to LA. She is fleeing Chicago-a city she loves-in fear of her life. She knows Michael's men will be looking for her with murder on their minds. Regardless of what she might have meant to this powerful man, she understands that the "family" comes first and that she is expendable. She knows too much. So....will she escape? Purchase this book; you won't be disappointed.