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- Print Length: 180 pages
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- Publication Date: January 20, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NCXYSFA
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Learning to Fly (UK Crush Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I love that Aileen (Tink) was able to get everything straightened out with her classical music career, especially after the near life threatening sabotage that was put in place in book 2. Tink pulled herself back up, spent the perfect amount of time with her original professor and wound up nailing her performance in an audition of a lifetime. She and Theodore (Teddy) spent a few very romantic weeks together in NYC which was very much a dream come true for her. I love Aileen's humble approach at life and in her travels. I also really liked that they did so many touristy things together.
Although everything about this book, including the ending, was absolutely predictable -- it was still overflowing with juicy bedroom scenes and refreshingly normal relationship situations. They attend famous events together as a regular couple. As a whole I thought this particular book was cute. Their public affection for each other is beautiful, and their private time is heart thumping hot hot hot!
I suspect they are a little bit in love with her but so far there has been no sighting of a reverse-harem style storyline appearing in this although it is quite the sex-romp. Tink and Teddy are quite the adorable if highly sexed couple and watching them navigate their relationship which is very much under a public spotlight with the press, and fans watching and critiquing every move they make…which I’ll be honest is something I have never understood. This is something in the heavy metal world we don’t do. People are with who they are with we don’t analyse it!
As they head to Manhattan for Tink’s big college audition we see them trying to enjoy their time and the weight of all the attention coming down on them even more. Tink starts to get thrown into the limelight becoming famous in her own right and we see how she has to try and cope with it. This wasn’t something she asked for or wanted she just fell in love with someone who was famous. That makes this such a complicated situation for her and I really empathised with her situation, I wondered at several points in this book was she going to have to choose between her life and Teddy.
Teddy as always is wonderful and does everything he can to bring Tink as much happiness as he can, his whole world revolves around her and he is the definition of smitten kitten. I think any lady would be lucky to have a man half as in love as Teddy is and I think Tink knows that.
This is another thoroughly enjoyable read, it’s easily a one sit read, all these characters are like good friends now and I love spending time with them.
A huge thanks to Tani Hanes for sending me the eBook copy which I won in a Giveaway and have read and reviewed honestly.
You know what they say, third time (and book!) is the charm! So obviously, this is the third in the series and is the one I can say I have enjoyed the most! In a way, I’m surprised I liked it as much as I did, and here’s why: I’m the type of person who enjoys conflict in a book. I think it makes it more interesting and generally runs the risk of being less cheesy. (Which is why I was so fond of the second half of the second book.) With this book, Learning to Fly, there is pure bliss and absolutely no hint of any major, game-changing conflict. Instead, there’s a lot of good things happening to our main couple but rather than eliciting eye rolls it makes you want to clap for them!
This book was an absolute joy to read and is really dream worthy! (I happen to be in love with New York, which is where this story takes place!) What makes this story so special is that as a reader, you know, you just know, that something major is about to take place next (not a spoiler, just a feeling) so you really want to savour the good moments when they happen.
Now, a few (minor) gripes with the story. There are a TON of intimate scenes. I have no problem with the sexual content in itself, I just found that the amount borderlined tedious because most of them didn’t accompany a significant plot event (think makeup sex or angry sex). It’s like they had sex nightly, and each time it was done it was described. I almost found myself skimming those scenes just to get to more of the plot!
This is actually more of a compliment-complaint: I wish the other boys of UKC were in it more! Don’t get me wrong, physically they’re there for a good portion of the book, but I found them to have a bit of a more minor role this time around. Unlike the first two books, there wasn’t any romantic/sexual drama between Tinker Bell and two of the boys. I really hope to see even more of them later!
Overall, the writing is beautiful as usual, New York is done justice, and I’m SO excited to see where the story goes next.