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First Class to New York’s Janie Anderson returns home to Portland after her long awaited, once-in-a-lifetime trip to New York City. She had spent two weeks in the Big Apple with the drop-dead gorgeous Matt Lathem, whom she had literally stumbled upon while embarking on her highly anticipated adventure. He had warned her that once her trip was over, so was their time together. But she had fallen head-over-heels for him anyway and had lacked the courage to tell him her true feelings. Heart-broken, she boarded the plane back to her life in Portland. Back in Oregon, Janie tries to forget him and move on, only to have everything remind her of what she had left in New York: a fresh start and another chance at love. When Matt realizes that the woman of his dreams and the love of his life is only a first class ticket to Portland away, he risks everything and boards the next plane for the West Coast. What had started as a “romantic fling” had blossomed into something he’d never felt before; an unyielding desire to spend the rest of his life with her. When Matt shows up without warning, Janie’s world is once again tipped upside down. First Class to Portland is an Adult Contemporary Romance novel that is the conclusion of Janie and Matt’s story that began in ‘First Class to New York’. It is the second book in the ‘First Class’ series, followed by 'First Class Justice'
Lots of drama with selling a house, a kidnapping, boys graduating from college and why Matt's sudden change of heart.
In this part we get a whole new side of Matt that you can't help but fall in love with. It's nice to see him being honest with himself and not using what his two ex-wives did to him against Janie
I am so happy Matt woke up and smelled the coffee and went after his woman. Talk about big chickens overcoming their fears but at least he did. I really loved how he came charging to the rescue when Janie and her best friend were in major danger (I got an action fix, hehehe). That stupid obsessed Danny needs some time in a mental ward before he goes to prison, and I can’t help wondering if there are other women out there that were victimized by him, guess we will find out in the next book.
Over all I really love First Class to Portland (what self-respecting Oregonian wouldn’t) and I would love to give it a five-star rating but alas I came across enough edits that I can only give it a four-star rating. But even with this rating I want to say that the main characters are very well written and easy to connect with while the continuity coming from one book to the other in this portion of the First Class series is outstanding, I am truly looking forward to the third book.
Laura Lu's Book Reviews
Matt is just as upset that he never told Janie his feelings. When he gets a call from her best friend Katie, he finds out that Janie is just as upset as he is. Getting a plan in motion to go to Janie, keeps him busy for a couple of weeks.
I'm just going with these teasers, because this story was so beautiful, I didn't want to give anything else away! I highly recommend it.
I was half way through this one (first story is free, second under 5, but I ended going for the whole series at under 10, even though I had purchased the second book already.) Good settings, characters, family and personal growth and a satisfying love story.
I enjoyed the 40 age group rather than the normal younger characters in most romances. -- There is life after 40.