When Sally boarded a train to take her
from New York to Texas, she didnít know what she was walking
into. Even though everyone she knew thought her crazy, she
didnít care. She loved flying and she longed to do her part to
help the soldiers fighting overseas in World War II. She
wanted to be in the Womenís Flying Corps. While looking for
her seat on the train, she accidentally enters a sleeping car
and a stranger pulls her into a passionate embrace. When he
realizes sheís not who he thought she was, he apologizes
profusely and offers to take her for coffee in the dining car.
But since Sallyís looking for an adventure, why not take it
all the way?
Ticket to Seduction was a
really good read. When I read what year the story was taking
place in, I was a bit leery at first, as many have trouble
with the accuracy and feel of the WWII era. Ms. Stilletto did
wonderful job at this; I was pleasantly surprised. The scene
in the dining car was very hot. Yes, I dug that a lot. Why
canít I find a man like that? This tale kept me wondering
where the next turn was going to take me, and that is
something that rarely happens. Some of the scenes were a
little telling and some of the dialogue was a little stilted,
but it was easy to ignore.