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Daring the Pilot (Men of Marietta Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Ten years ago Jonah rescued Keely from certain death in the mountains and now he's rescued her again when her truck breaks down. Stranding her on the road. But he wasn't prepared for what he saw. Keely has grown up. And she's no longer the cute and nerdy little sister of his best friend. He can't believe how sexy and beautiful she is. But he's always saw the beauty in her. But she's Gabe's baby sister so that means off limits. No matter how much he wants her.
Jonah has grown to be more breathtaking than he was years before. But Keely knows nothing will ever be between them. She has no expert with men and with a man like Jonah she knows it will ever be. But as a sexy calendar fundraiser for the town becomes important and Jonah's dragging his feet to pose, Keely may just have to try and change his mind.
These two have so much chemistry and history together. As much as they fight this attraction the more impossible it becomes. Facing family scrutiny and an unexpected blessing becomes known, betrayal and fear may just year the apart. Loved this story so much and can't wait for more!!
Jonah was a great alpha male character. He is a tough guy and a softie all in one. He gives so much to help and protect others. Keely is the nerdy little sister of Jonah's friend from high school. But she has grown up and there's definitely chemistry. I loved Keely's drive and her heart. She is so smart and caring. She and Jonah made such a great pair. I loved reading about them.
The writing itself was just okay: lots of cliches in the dialogue; and some confusing transitions in viewpoint. But on the other hand it's a fast read.
I did make it all the way to the end, but sadly more because I was too lazy to look for something better and too stubborn about finishing books for my own good.
What annoyed me the most about Daring the Pilot was the discrepancy between how I was told the characters felt and how they acted. I don't think I've ever read anything like it before. At any given point in the book, a character could say/think something, and a few sentences later do something that was the complete opposite.
Jonah, the Hero, is described as "bad", but not once does he actually DO anything bad, or even semi-tough. On the contrary. He's kind and caring and a real sweetheart, even though he's kinda stupid.
Keely is, we're told, very intelligent, but still comes across as pretty stupid too. Or at least unreasonable, and I don't know which I find more annoying.
Complicated family dynamics are brought up and then discarded without proper resolutions. Plot points are introduced and then forgotten about and/or glanced over.
All in all, it was a mess and would have needed firm content editing.
A great storyline, interesting side stories, of not only the people, but the history of the Town of Marietta as well. Small town discussion (gossip) of people's lives is prevalent. And Moms act about their adult kid's lives the same as if they were indeed much younger. Fun stuff to read!
You will enjoy this one dear reader. Read & enjoy.