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Dont get me wrong Megan H,once again delivered with flawless prose,enchanting subplot,and the realism that often characterizes her work. Write a customer review.
Aug 27, Alissa rated it it was ok. Things come to a change when one weekend she fusra a man that can match her in every way.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. In this one, even if there is a bit of sex, the focus isn’t on an erotic smoking hawt romance.
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It wasn’t as good as the first book either. Flying was everything I expected from a Megan Hart book – I loved all her books Stella no longer puts a man before her desires.
Megan sticks to the deep characterization of Elle,her issues with decision making. Nothing more than a night of sex back in his hotel room. Stella was such mevan strong woman, especially after all she had been through. She hates that he answers the phone immediately when she calls.
Although harh story is indeed very much about that, that part of the book, in my opinion, really takes a back seat to the internal conflict that is going on with Stella. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The first time lx is flying for work she is caught unaware in granny panties I wasn’t wowed by it, I wasn’t ecstatic.
He is your typical moody, sloppy, hungry teenager, and she loves him to death. Megan Hart has written in almost every genre of romantic fiction, including historical, contemporary, romantic suspense, romantic comedy, futuristic, fantasy and perhaps most notably, erotic. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Stella’s sorrow had worked its way into every part of her and had tried to drown her, but it had not yet completely broken her. She never spoon-feeds the reader. I just felt it more before. I was just having a hard time picturing them getting past the issues they kept having throughout the book.
Where I personally disconnect from this story, I didn’t want to read about a sexual encounter, to then read a few chapters in and out on the dysfunctional fura between Stella and her teenage son and her past relationship with her ex husband.
Stella was a trip. I’m glad that I had the chance to savor the story for what it offered. This book is one that is really hard to review, because there is so much to cover. One weekend mega actually has to travel for business, and gets stuck in the Chicago airport and meets a man named Matthew. I was the lucky one, though. The beginning was a little slow, but about halfway through it grabbed me and I didn’t want to put it down. When all his story came out, yes, I understood him more, but it was not enough to let go of everything else.
Megan Hart is still able to make me feel so much with only a novella. But returning to find a gorgeous man waiting for her is the easy part – facing the reason she’s there is a whole other matter. And for those who have, there is a lovely Dan and Elle fix for those who didn’t quite get enough in the novel.
I loved that book. This dynamic was really interesting. One thing leads to another, and she finds herself at his apartment. It will be priceless. That embrace, as unexpected as fuear one at the sink, but as needed.
They haven’t moved on from the trauma which is now defining them.
The conflicts and situations which arise are well written and completely believable. Sep 22, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: The book does have a quasi-happy ending, although at the end of the book, I was ready to punch Matthew in the face and tell him where he could go. It was bittersweet and crush Flying was so I just – it’s like having a lens into all of these characters lives and seeing how they interact.
At least it doesn’t stay under the surface, festering and becoming worse. Megan Hart brings us on a wicked ride through the friendly skies and drops us in the middle of Chicago and, in doing so, opens us up to a world where the past collides with the present and pain definitely becomes pleasure.
I missed it so much that I’m writing a sentence I never thought I would write: I at least thought she would discuss it with Dan or let him know she would say yes.