JULIE WITH WINGS by Laura Kerr

JULIE WITH WINGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Julie Jordan's natural desire-upon graduating from college-to explore the world comes into radical conflict with her feelings for Tug, a childhood sweetheart. Her decision to leave her Chicago home and to postpone the prospects of a marriage with her young medical student bring fulfillment to her wanderlust as she assumes the responsibilities of an airline stewardess. In this role she gallantly acquits herself, surviving several minor disasters, and satisfied that she has earned the right to settle down, agrees with happiness to marry Tug. A routine career romance, bolstered with interesting details of the duties and activities of the airline personnel.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1960
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls