Sandra if you’re reading this I’m your number one fan.

So her past couple of books have all been good, but we’d gotten into a pattern. Tailspin breaks out of that pattern with a bang.

From the very first chapter we’re thrown into this whirlwind adventure with Rye Mallett and Brynn O’Neil. (I think Sandra is running out of names.) Rye used to be a pilot in the military, and a great one, but now he flies freight. In the first chapter Rye takes a job flying a package through terrible conditions because it had to be delivered ASAP. All he’s told is that a Dr. Lambert will meet him there.


Never forget your roots

He barely makes it to his destination and when he does, it’s Dr. O’Neil waiting instead. What follows is an incredibly tight race against the clock. It involves politicians, thugs, sick children, lots of airplanes, and true love. Because it would be a Sandra Brown if it wasn’t a thriller-romance. It also has some pretty wild twists and turns, as we expect from our queen. And the ending was just about perfect for the story.

It’s not my all time fav (that might be Lethal?) but it’s really good. And it keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole way through. So read it. Or if you don’t like good story telling that’s fine too.

If you want to read more about my devotion to Sandra Brown, here are a few examples.

Do you have a favorite or go to author? There is something about having that one author who’s like and old friend. Their writing becomes familiar and comfortable. And I love reading new authors and genres, don’t get me wrong. But I also don’t think there’s anything wrong with reading old favorites.