In Wings, bestselling novelist Danielle Steel tells the story of a young woman who fights the odds and becomes a world-renowned aviator. From a house on the edge of her familys dusty farmland airstrip near Chicago, the child Cassie OMalley would sneak into the night to look at the planes sitting shimmering in the moonlight. Her World War I veteran father, Pat, wanted his son to be a pilot, not his reckless, red-haired daughter. But it was Cassie who had the gift. Ever since she could remember, Cassie felt the pull of getting in a cockpit and taking to the skies. Observing all the while was her fathers junior partner, Nick Stick Galvin, a fellow war ace and airborne daredevil. Nick would become her confidant and best friend, willing to break all the rules to teach her to fly, knowing that the greatest gift he could give her was the freedom of flying.
Bestselling novelist Danielle Steel tells the story of a young woman who fights the odds and becomes a world-renowned aviator. Wings is set when the world was on the brink of World War II, and the skies were filled with adventurers—a time when courage and daring forever changed modern-day aviation.