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Flying Solo (Men of London Book 6) by [Mac Nicol, Susan]
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  • File Size: 557 KB
  • Print Length: 176 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1523621583
  • Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group (January 28, 2016)
  • Publication Date: January 28, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01AX9969S
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Flying Solo is book #6 in Susan Mac Nicol's
Men Of London Series and it's the sexy Maxwell' s story who we met in Suit yourself as Oliver's friend with benefits.

Maxwell Lewis has spent years living a life of occasional hook ups and carte Blanche status in The Mile High Club. Maxwell's life was one of tragedy which he's turned around and has been working as a cabin crewman for Target Airlines. He enjoys traveling the world but as of late he's beginning to realize something is missing, with seeing his friends all happily paired off with lovers Maxwell yearns for that connection and to be able to come home to that someone special instead of his empty flat. While on one of his flights Maxwell spots a geeky beautiful passenger named Gibson Henry and when confronted with each other his world as he's known it takes a sudden turn and I will say this.. watching this unfold had me glued to my seat and falling in love.

Gibson Henry is this geeky talented game developer who with his best friend has started up their own gaming company and he's devoted to making his company number one and finds pleasure in occasional hookups with a "No Repeats" rule so after a brief mile high encounter with the sexy cabin crew member Maxwell things begin to change when a brief encounter at a London club brings these two together and sparks fly and life as these two knew will never be the same.

I absolutely love this whole series it's so hard to pick a favorite character. I have fallen in love with each one for different reasons but I will admit this story touched my heart and I've claimed Maxwell as mine. That's right I'm greedy and will not share him, his character grabbed me by the heart and Susan in true magnificent form has once again written another brilliant masterpiece.
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Flying Solo is the sixth book in the Men of London series by Susan Mac Nicol. Each book is essentially a stand-alone but they are linked by friendship between one or more of the MC's. It is a beautifully written series peppered with varied and fabulous men. I recommend reading them all.

Maxwell Lewis, 27, is a flight attendant for a Target airlines. Life hasn't been easy for him but he's finally getting the happiness he deserves in a job he loves. The opportunity for quick, meaningless hookups has been part of his job's appeal, but lately he's been feeling more and more lonely. Finding a meaningful relationship is not easy with the hours he keeps and the manner in which he meets new partners.

At the relatively young age of 24, Gibson Henry is a gaming whiz kid. He has neither the time nor the inclination for anything beyond a one night stand. Perfecting his new LGBT game Camp Queen in time for the British Gaymz Choice Award is all he has time for, and all he thinks about.

When Gibson meets Maxwell it's lust at first sight. The sizzling hot flight attendant is just the person to fulfil his mile high fantasies. Maxwell sees far more in the gorgeous blonde gamer, but it's clear Gibson is not interested in anything more than a one night stand.

Can Max break down the walls Gibson has built to protect himself and fulfill his dreams? Will Gibson even take the time for a second date, let alone a relationship? Max has his work cut out for him with this ambitious, driven young man, but it'll be worth the effort if he can have any chance of a HEA.

I absolutely loved this book. I adored the MC's, and Gibson's straight best friend, Jack, was a delight, adding depth and humour to the journey these two men took. Susan made me cry, laugh and kept me riveted until Flying Solo's highly satisfying conclusion. I highly recommend this heartwarming, beautiful story.
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This book can be read as a standalone, but for best enjoyment, I'd read Suit Yourself first.

Maxwell appeared briefly as a side character in book 3 of the MoL series, being Oliver's ex, and I almost didn't like him for his could-have-been-a-killer interruption of Oliver and Leslie's budding romance, but he turned out not to be a bad guy (decent character for a f-buddy, and, he came bearing lots of McD breakfast muffins that he happily shared, yum!), and though I didn't have a clue if he'd get his own tale or not, I did hope so. Luckily SMN read my mind and delivered, in her own inimitable style.

In this, we get to see the real guy behind the casual hook-ups, witticisms and snark and he's surprisingly tender-hearted and vulnerable, and the revelations of his past made me feel for him all the more. As for his love interest, Gibson the Gaming Geek, it took me until the second read to actually see that the guy wasn't arrogant or unfeeling, just pretty much in a world of his own. Until, that is, a sad event that brings out the emotions in him, and that leads to a bit of an epiphany for him, I thought, though SMN didn't actually say so in as many words. I think that 'geek' and 'gamer' were the operative words for him, as until he met Maxwell, not much else had mattered to him.

I liked that the tale wasn't overly angsty, that there wasn't an overly convoluted storyline, just one that I could believe in, and one where I'd have liked to be a fly on the wall - and not just for the sex scenes!! I liked that it wasn't all plain sailing and that each was there for the other in each other's time of need. That SMN made the needing part entirely equal and reciprocal was, pardon the pun, needed, and very well done, with each guy letting his defences down.
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