Delayed Flight by John Smith

Title: Delayed Flight
Author: John Smith
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: January 1, 2011
Source: John Smith For Review In Virtual Book Tour.
Overall: 4/5
Veronica, a widow from an abusive marriage, is looking forward to having a wonderful visit with her daughter, Jeri. It had been a year since Jeri moved away to college and Veronica cannot think of anywhere else she would rather be than spend a peaceful Christmas with Jeri.
Jared thought his day had already gone badly when his hiring proposal for consultants was put on hold. Now he finds himself stranded in a blizzard and discovers his rental car has a flat. To add insult upon injury, the keys are locked in the trunk!
When Veronica sees Jared walk into the airport terminal and takes a seat across from her, she can feel her emotions run amok bouncing somewhere between loathing and love. He was the man, whom she had loved and yet he had walked out on her. Jared on the other hand wants to do everything in his power to heal her wounds. In the deepest region of his heart, he wants to start over.
On icy roads, and deep in thought, Jeri’s is suddenly involved in a serious accident, and as Veronica rushes through the halls of the hospital, in search to find answers, she stumbles upon Jared. It is then Veronica realizes at that their present has brought them together shrouded in the events of their past while the doctors feverishly work to save her daughter’s life.
 My Review:
I believe the book synopsis perfectly describes the overall plot and events that occur throughout the novel; however, I would like to add that Veronica and Jared were once lovers many years ago. Veronica and Jared were childhood sweethearts whose relationship didn’t end well. Now, twenty years have past and when both Veronica and Jared meet once again, they realize that their love hasn’t died after all…
My favorite elements of Delayed Flight include the engaging and relatable characters. There is a great deal of depth in the novel, with many emotions that will touch all readers who enjoy this genre. For those who enjoy emotional reads, Delayed Flight is a great choice. I also enjoyed the background story of Veronica and Jared, especially when unraveling the truth about what really happened years ago.
John Smith keeps his readers in suspense right from the very first page. I am personally hoping for a sequel to Delayed Flight as there were a few questions left unanswered.
I recommend Delayed Flight to those who enjoy Contemporary Fiction, with Romance and a touch of Suspense.
An Enjoyable Read, Well Written
**Please Note: This review is my honest opinion and I received no monetary compensation from it.**
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