You probably just answered the question in your
head thinking it's an easy decision.
For me, it's not. Did I mention it's a lot of
money? A hell of a lot.
I needed to go far away to think it through.
As I embarked on an impulsive trip, I hit a detour
when I met sexy Carter in the airport lounge. We struck up a heated
Then, he left.
I thought I'd never see him again.
But fate had other plans.
Surprise! He was the pilot of my flight.
The bigger surprise was the adventure that
followed after the plane landed.
Carter was dangerous and always on the move.
Even though our connection was magnetic, I knew it
was only temporary.
He would give me tickets, and I would follow him
around the world to exotic places.
A bevy of flight attendant exes and rumors about
Carter's reputation were never far behind.
I didn't know what to believe.
But I was addicted. Nothing else mattered anymore.
And I was going to get hurt. Because a part of me wanted to be the one to
finally ground the playboy pilot.
At the very least, he was taking me on a thrilling
All good things must come to an end, right?
Except our ending was one I didn't see coming.
I really liked this
collaboration by Penelope and Vi. When these two write a book together, it’s
definitely an instant one-click.
While Carter is your
typical playboy, we can see early on he is searching for something. What that
something is, he’s not too sure yet, but he’s having his fun while he can. That
normally doesn’t bother him, except now he’s spilled his drink on an
interesting beauty that he doesn’t know how to handle. A few suggestions in the
airport and boom, she’s on his flight!
Kendall is in an odd
predicament. She’s trying to decide if money is more important than her
happiness. But there are other factors involved that I don’t want to spoil for
anyone, so I’ll just say it sucks. While she’s flying around the world with
Carter, there are some interesting….uh….situations that happen that both crack
me up and make me panic. While stuck with this predicament, Kendall acted
somewhat immature at times, which was explained by her silver spoon, sheltered childhood.
At times I was frustrated with her actions, but in the end, she grew up. They
both grew up.
Overall, I really
liked this book. It was funny, sexy, hot, and emotional. I loved Carter as the
sweet, in love pilot, but felt bad for his old playboy ways. I loved Kendall’s
spirit, but at the same time was frustrated by some of her decisions. Kendall
was the only one to see a certain side of Carter, because most only saw him as
the gorgeous pilot, but her was so much more. I loved that about their love
story. It was special.