Rebecca Steele Chasing a Dream by Joanne Patterson

On vacation from her job as an airline ticket agent, Becky and her friend happen upon a big air show in Miami. What transpires that day will change her life in ways she could not have imagined.
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While falling hopelessly in love, an ironic twist of fate brings her the relationship that she has been searching for. In the process she learns to overcome the heart-wrenching obstacles in her path, create a new career and develop new insights. She emerges stronger and more vibrant than ever. Find out how Becky transforms her heartbreak into a new life that is positive and uplifting. Becky’s story will give you hope for new life and new love. Journey with her now, as she inspires you to hold fast to your dreams and to always keep your heart open to the power of love.
Sometimes no matter how hard we search for it, love in the end, finds us.

A little about Joanne first:

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Retired after a long career with the airlines, author Joanne Patterson now enjoys life with her three shelties and spending time with good friends and family. A passion for animals and holistic medicine led her to become an animal Reiki practitioner and for the past two decades she has treated and helped animals in need. For the past several years Joanne has been an active blogger on Facebook as well as facilitating a live daily commentary on a popular television soap opera. She has many devoted followers who enjoy her descriptive dialogue and join in with comments of their own. Throughout her life she has traveled far and wide. She currently resides in upstate New York where she loves the change of seasons and the beautiful countryside.

RA Winter’s Review: 4-stars

In this novel, we follow Becky, who works for the airlines as she falls in love with a man who brings her into the life of the Silver Eagles. With her best friend, she follows her love to many locals for stolen moments of love.
A song moves the story along. Everyone has that one special song that brings up memories of someone from our past. Every moment in rehashed and relived as long as the lyrics live on.
I loved the ending and was glad how it unfolded. To me, that was the best part of the book.
It reads like a true story, about the ups and downs of relationships and how we act in those situations that define us.

Sherry Terry’s Review: 4-Stars

Rebecca Steele Chasing a Dream is a light, fun little read. The cover didn’t scream romance to me, but it does show what the story is. Joanne Patterson did a good job of capturing what it’s like to date a “famous” pilot. I spent four years in the Navy, hosting the Blue Angles every year. She did a great job showing the lifestyle of the Silver Eagles and flight attendants for civilian airlines.
While I enjoyed the story, it didn’t really dig deep into the characters or the setting enough for me. The author showed mostly the surface of the characters, and I didn’t feel connected with anyone in particular until towards the end. The last three chapters are fantastic at showing the main character, Becky’s emotions. We traveled to several major cities, but I never felt like I left a random bar or hotel room. I would have liked more descriptions of the places she visits while following her Silver Eagle, Johnny around.
The ending is a nice surprising twist. This isn’t your average romance. It feels like a true story.
I recommend Rebecca Steele Chasing a Dream to anyone who enjoys a light romance without sex scenes. I mostly read erotica, and I found this book to be refreshing. The author knows how to tell a sexy story without the sex.
 

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  1. A beautiful, raw love story full of emotion and all the twists and turns of a romance but devoid of erotica and coarse language. Although a novel, the events are authentic due to the author’s real live experiences during a career in the airlines. Cleverly written so that everytime I thought the story would go in one direction, it pleasantly surprised me which kept me turning the pages right until the end. A short read, but one that touches the heart while you’re there.

  2. I liked this one. I don’t normally love this genre but I did like the cover. So I gave it a shot. It had enough twists and turns to keep me interested. I think the author did a good job.

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