Touching the Clouds is the first in a series called Alaskan Skies by Bonnie Leon.   Kate is an industrious woman who leaves her home with dreams of becoming an Alaskan bush pilot.   The story of a lone woman in a man’s world, she crosses path’s with a mysterious man living on his own.   Can Kate break through the walls around his heart?   Will fear keep her from realizing her dreams?

I would have to say that I give this book a 3.5 out of 5 stars.   Kate was an interesting character and her struggles were realistic for the situation.   It’s billed as a historical romance, but the romance was pretty toned down.  If you aren’t into super mushy romances, this is a great book for you.   She’s kind of a tomboy and I think the guy to win her heart probably wouldn’t be very flowery either :).   I loved the descriptions of the landscape, her life, and the people as well.

Overall, it was an enjoyable summer read and I would recommend it to anyone who likes untamed areas or Alaska as a setting or historical romances.

Thank you to Revell for providing this book for review!

3 Comments on Book Review – Touching the Clouds

  1. Kelli Standish
    2 August 2011 at 3:09 PM (6 years ago)

    If you enjoyed Touching the Clouds, you might be interested in the contest Bonnie Leon is running on her web site right now to promote book two, Wings of Promise. The winner receives a $350 Escape to Alaska prize package with some really cool gifts in it.

    You can see the contest here:
    BonnieLeon.com

    🙂 Kelli

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