The Night Is Mine - M.L. Buchman

I liked this book at first but now, I'm not so sure.  I'm not quite so happy about the heroine turning into Mary Sue.  O.k. so she is the first female pilot who ever got into SOAR.  I'll buy that.  But now she is also an amazing chef who needs no recipe but just does thing intuitively. She also knows the President of the United States.  She is gorgeous and has earned respect from all the men who she works with in 2 months. But, you know, she has family issues.  But that really isn't a negative against her, just her family. *sigh*  


Then the repetitiveness is also getting to me.  How many times do I have to hear how sad/mad/upset she is about not being able to fly again because she is forced to play chef/bodyguard for the First Lady.  It's starting to get old fast.