Commander Berkley Levine is content with her life as a Top Gun instructor in Fallon, Nevada, flying F-18s for the Navy and trying to get over the death of her sister.
A change of government and a new equality initiative places Captain Aidan Sullivan at the helm of the Navy's newest carrier, the USS Jefferson. Her first mission could have serious international consequences if she fails. Aidan's orders are to destroy two sites housing the nuclear program of an unfriendly nation, and she can think of only one person she trusts enough to get the job done: her old lover Berkley.
Blue Skies will take you from Fallon, Nevada, to the Sea of Japan and beyond, as Berkley leads an elite group of pilots over enemy territory. As they embark on this adventure, Berkley and Aidan try to rediscover what they gave up for family, duty, and country.
Sometimes good plots make for a great story and this one was close.
It has intrigue and that only thickens as the story moves along. How each of the characters roles play in the game of chess or a cat-and-mouse one.
Romance was good despite the policy put in place by idiots. Know a lot reviews were written about the conduct of Capt. Sullivan’s behavior about giving up “control” on her boat or being emotional. My question to you is: what makes you think Capt. Sullivan gave up control even in an area of her boat? Another is her emotional behavior was relief. When you love someone deeply, you don’t let anyone or anything hold you back.
Why the 4-stars, it needs to be edited. You always double check your work by dotting your i’s and crossing your t’s.
Hope there’s a sequel.