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American Flyboy Paperback – January 16, 2016
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N.D. Clark was born in Biloxi, MS and educated at NC State University. He is an American author who loves reading and writing gay romance/erotica set in historical backgrounds and spending time with his husband Jim, taking long walks in nature parks, dining out and seeing the occasional movie. He has been with his husband, Jim for almost sixteen years and was married two years ago shortly after the US Supreme Court ruling allowing gay marriage throughout the United States.
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As a man-on-man sex fantasy, it meets the rough criteria: bold, muscular, sexy men making love in two’s and three’s; vicious Nazi captors using and abusing their prisoners in ways that make a reader clench rectal muscles in disgust and denial; romance flowering even in the filth and depravity of a prison Stalag.
As a realistic look at the life of POWs, it may make a reader arch his brows and wonder whether German guards and Commandants and POWs can fall in love with each other so quickly, and make passionate love so openly, and engage in towering acts of heroism—all in the space of a few days.
N.D. Clark has a nice knack for storytelling. He allows two different strands of plot to twist together and meet at the end. The principal characters of Kenneth the American ace and Wilhelm the compassionate commander hold the reader’s attention and put a human touch on a time in history that was rife with some of history’s most ghastly acts of inhumanity.
3.5 stars to a story that makes us root for all that is loving and passionate in human nature, while closing our eyes to the ghastly face of war.
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?
Not sure how I totally felt about this book. Overall the storyline was beautiful. I loved how a delicate relationship was handled during a time when “homosexual” relationships weren’t out in the open like they are now. The writing was well done and the characters were beautifully written. I love history more than anything, but I think that’s why I never really connected with the book! But the book overall was so well put together!!
**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Melissa for Alpha Book Club**
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.
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