"This is the story of an average California beach girl who married her high-school sweetheart in 1957 (Richard Bach, author of Jonathan Livingston Seagull), becoming a "right stuff" Air Force jet pilot's life. As the family grew, she learned first to inspire and then to edit the pilot's aviation writing.
When the pilot flew off one day into the sunset, Bette Bach lost all hope for the future. With an old airplane her only possession, and her six children trusting her to lead her little band, she pulled herself together, determined to prove she was a person worthy of her husband's love. The family hit the road and theskies and a lotbof mistakes were made, but they found ways to live with the past, deal with the present, and face an uncertain future."
I'll have it reviewed in another couple of days.