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After her mother’s death, Dottie Lester moves to her parent’s hometown of Saplingville, Georgia, with her alcoholic father. She wants to escape and go to live with her aunt in Macon, but first, she must get her father settled in his new job. When Dottie meets a handsome pilot and falls in love, her goal changes, but it is still no match for his desire to leave their small town behind and fly for a commercial airline.

Victor Douglas, United States Army Air Corps pilot, returns to Saplingville to help his ailing father. He has been flying his own JN-4 Jenny bi-plane for years. That and his army experience qualify him to apply for a job as a commercial airline pilot and win a coveted job offer, but how can he leave his father now, or a budding romance with the pretty new girl in town?

©2017 Pamela Hudson (P)2017 Pamela Hudson

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Love at 5K feet

This audiobook was beautifully written and narrated. Set in in the mid 1930’s. Families and love. Wonderful story.Totally enjoyed this audiobook.

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  • Megan
  • Charlottesville, VA, United States
  • 02-24-18

A love story that from the beginning feels classic

If you could sum up Love at Five Thousand Feet in three words, what would they be?

This story was like wrapping yourself in a blanket and watching an old black and white movie. It was nostalgic, sweet and had great characters.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Dottie all the way! She was well written, strong and I was filled with empathy for her.

Which character – as performed by Dawson McBride – was your favorite?

Victor. His voice is perfect for the man who loved to fly.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The entire book gave me such a feeling of comfort - not sure there was one part in particular.

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A Good Old Fashion Love Story!

Jane Lewis the Author and Dawson McBride the Narrator team up together to do an awesome job telling this old fashion love story. The characters are realistic with just enough drama, budding romance you can sit back and enjoy the storyline…. left me wanting more! Can’t wait for her next book…….

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My first auible I love the story teller

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I have the book and enjoyed it. I love books about back in the day stories and the people
who lived it. Dawson McBride did a great job, really brings it to life. I am looking forward to the next one. THE BARN STORMER

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Take a step back to a simpler time and real love

Jane Lewis gives us a story to take us back to the five and dime, soda shops and crazy fly boys of the 1930s. This story will make you laugh and cry all at the same time. Victor and Dottie's story is one you will never forget and it will leave you wanting to read more about the simple times and love at a thousand feet.