A Girl on the Plane (Paperback)
Ice-queen accountant Alana Byrne and her aid-worker girl-friend, Steph Hunter have been together for three years. They love each other, the sex, when they make it happen, is fantastic, and they share a comfortable London flat and a decent income. But as Alana sees it, their life together is in crisis, and they might even be about to break up. She is lonely, frustrated, and heart-broken as Steph's continual long absences on assignment in Africa erode their relationship. Steph, meanwhile is haunted by memories of betrayal and buried fears of commitment and being trapped. When she finally comes home to Alana for Christmas, it's time to face and resolve their problems, once and for all.But then, on a flight from Kinshasa to Brussels, Steph meets a mystery girl who asks her for help and has to respond. As what could be their last Christmas together unfolds, Alana and Steph work together to find the girl, and even save her life. But will they be able save their own future as well?This fast-paced lesbian novel of contemporary love, and friendship is set in the UK and Belgium in December 2019, and exposes the harsh world of modern-day slavery. But mainly it explores the love between two caring and sensitive women who hold each other's hearts in their hands. Read and enjoy A Girl on the Plane is a sequel to Maggie McIntyre's Isabel's Healing, and second in her series, Isabel and friends.