Description of Golden Angel, The by Gilbert Morris
Living in Africa is an adventure for Erin Winslow, yet she longs for even more excitement. She meets a pilot and persuades him to teach her to fly. Before she realizes it, she has fallen in love with him. But a devastating discovery leaves Erin deeply hurt, and she flees home to America.
Erin hopes to find a job as a pilot and nurse her wounded heart. When no one will hire a woman, she finds work in a café. That's where Quaid Merritt, stunt flyer, steals into her life, reigniting her dreams about flying.
She and Quaid travel across America, thrilling crowds with daring aerial acrobatics. When Hollywood producers come calling, Erin has some important decisions to make--about Quaid, and about her future.
(House of Winslow Book 26)