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But, then, the unexpected happens. Kenneth discovers that he is not exactly alone. On the way to a P.O.W. camp, he finds himself in the company of several Germans who disagree with Hitler's ambitions and realize that the war is all but over for Germany. He finds help in some of the most unexpected places such as a couple of SS soldiers and a P.O.W. camp commandant. One of which turns out to be the love of his life. Together, they launch a daring escape plan that bonds them all together forever.
Clark's descriptive writing allows the reader to sit inside of the cockpit of an American fighter plane as well as feel the cold, misery, and dispair of being an enemy P.O.W. The book is filled with intrigue and action packed especially when it comes to m/m sex. The eroticism is off the scale and leaves the reader wishing that they were actually there to participate!
If this is Clark's introduction, what will he do for an encore?
A copy of this book was provided to me by Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.
This is a story about Lt. Kenneth Hellman, who is a fighter pilot for the U.S. The time is set during the war with Germany when Hitler wanted to practically wipe out everyone. For those who love to read a good MM story set in that time period, this is an epic story for you. Even if you don't know much about history, you'll like this book.
The story was engaging, with Kenneth leading the way as he is captured by the enemy. In the camp where they take him and other prisoners, he meets a German soldier who he falls for and vise versa. I love reading about soldiers finding their HEA and Clark did a great job with descriptions and emotions of the two MCs, making the story believable. Kenneth's journey wasn't a walk in the park and you're left cheering for him. Even though the romance was surprisingly quick, it just made the story more likable for a time period set in one of the darkest histories of humankind.
It's when he meets Colonel Wilhelm Braun that Kenneth is given great purpose. Wilhelm and him fall for each other, hard! And of course with the end of a war there's so much chaos and uhg! Seeing these 2 ripped a part and what they go through it tore me up. The way Wilhelm calls Kenneth "His Flyboy" *swoon*
N.D. Clark's writing is descriptive, flowing, and beautiful. It's so life like I truly felt like I was in the moment with Kenneth and all he deals with.
““My flyboy,” Wilhelm whispered as he turned his battered face from the piercing light illuminating his cell. When he observed Wilhelm’s wrists cuffed to iron bars anchored into the cement wall above his bare wooden bunk, Armand cursed under his breath. His eyes followed caked crimson trails from Wilhelm’s lacerated lips and nose to the teardrop stains of carmine splattered over his plain white shirt.”
The omniscient happily-ever-after has its place, and for those who long to see the elicit romance between soldiers, (and one laced heavily with homoerotic passions) I would say this story would be a fine choice to enjoy. I think I would love to see more of what this fledgling author has in his repertoire and hope that he continues with historical flights of fancy as he did in American Flyboy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was clear a lot of research had gone into this book to make it an authentic war story! If you're looking for a fast paced romance (with LOTS of sex) grab a copy of this. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Pollock
(Full disclosure: Author N.D. Clark gave me a copy of this e-book for free with no strings attached.)
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I thought it was an excellent plot, but really a little far-fetched. He pushed the buttons on the events, but it did make a good story.Published 5 months ago by jackson
American Flyboy was one of the most erotic WW II history lessons I have ever received. The beginning of the book reeled me in immediately. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bry&Bri