“Clouds” by Robin Jones Gunn, book review
This is book #5 of The Glenbrooke Series. Shelly Graham and Jonathan Renfield were best friends growing up. They played, studied, explored and lived next door to each other. They were friends, and did not notice the difference in gender.
Fast forward to adult life. Shelly is a flight attendant who is transferred from LAX to SeaTac airport. She moves back with her parents, temporarily, until she can get her own place. Coming home brings back so many memories of love and love lost. Jonathan had proposed when she told him she was going to flight attendant school. She turned him down and left the next day. Now she wonders about him.
As Shelly is searching for her new place in her family, career and life in general, she finds Jonathan. Can they pick up where they left off? Will he even remember her?
This book, while a little dated, is very easy to read, even if you have not read the others in the Glenbrooke series. Gunn developes her characters well and the story line keeps moving to hold the reader’s interest. Great book to take along on vacation or a snowy winter afternoon.
Disclaimer: I was provided a copy of this book from the publisher, Waterbrook Press. All opinions expressed are my own.