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Mile High: Men in Motion, Book 1 Paperback – July 10, 2008

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About the Author

Award-winning author G. A. Hauser was born in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, USA, and attended university in New York City. She moved to Seattle, Washington where she worked as a patrol officer with the Seattle Police Department. In early 2000 G.A. moved to Hertfordshire, England, where she began her writing in earnest and published her first book, In the Shadow of Alexander. Now a full-time writer, G.A. has written dozens of novels, including several bestsellers of gay fiction. For more information on other books by G.A., visit the author at her official website at: www.authorgahauser.com. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Linden Bay Romance (July 10, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 160202121X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1602021211
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.5 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,788,978 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Really really enjoyed. Started the paperback late the night of July 21, 2009 but had to go to bed at 2:00am since it was a work night. This was my first G A Hauser / Linden Bay Romance. It had mixed revuews but my favorite reviewers also liked it. I liked the back and forth between the characters. The MCs seemed realistic in how they felt as well as their insecurities. Wanting but afraid the other didn't. The exwife and Texas father's reactions were surprising.
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This was my very first G.A Hauser book that I have read. Just discovering her books. Owen is a divorced man with a daughter and meets a HOT guy named Taylor at the airport.
Sparks and attraction flies high and these to are connected. What I enjoyed so much is the detail of the two characters. You really get to know them both and I could relate to them both in so many ways. We also get to know Owen's ex wife and daughter.
I give the book 5 STARS and have since purchased several more. My only problem is I need more time to read! Very hard to put down. Fast read too.
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Warning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS.
Disclaimer: I prefer romances that are more about feelings than sex. If a book has lots of lust-filled, dispassionate sex, I'm not impressed. If the sex is a manifestation of love, bring it on.

Rating: 6/10

Pros:
- Funny, light-hearted dialogue.
- The relationship is the first gay experience for one of the men, but the text establishes him as (at least) bisexual from the start. Thus, I found it more believable that he would throw himself into the relationship than I would have if he were described as strictly "straight."
- Cute/funny/realistic nervousness on the part of the bi guy. (SPOILER here) I laughed out loud when he said "holy crap" right before they kiss for the first time. (see cons list also)
- I liked the coincidence of the guys repeatedly running into each other. The romantic in me couldn't help smiling at Fate bringing the two of them together...again and again.
- Sappy, happily-ever-after, blah blah blah resolution. Loved it.

Cons:
- The book launches right into the sex, which I couldn't help raising an eyebrow at. Maybe 2 strangers (one of whom is a gay sex virgin) really would have sex an hour after having first looked at each other (though it's never happened in my real world), but the fact that they do it on an airplane somehow added an element of unbelievability that pushed the whole premise over the top for me. Gay sex = taboo in current society. Airplane sex = taboo in addition to being against the rules (and possibly against the law?). First time + gay sex + airplane? Hmm.
- The sex was a little...strange to me for some reason. For one thing, there's no description of pain when one of the guys bottoms for the first time.
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Owen is a wealthy divorced business man. Every week he travels from Los Angeles to Denver to visit his daughter who lives with her mother. To please the kid, he spends all the weekend sleeping in the couch in the den of his ex wife. Is not a wonderful life, but Owen loves his daughter, and then he has no one at home for him. Actually he haven't never realized for sure why his wife asked for a divorce: he was not an oppressive husband, he left her all the freedom she needed, and if she cheated on him, he didn't want to know, and maybe never mattered much. Owen has always considered himself straight, but he sometime finds himself ogling on some explicit advertisement with a beautiful specimen on it, and he has always had a particular fondness for movies with handsome men in it rather than action. All right Owen is not a macho man, and then he doesn't consider himself the type to attract the type of guy he finds attractive: at almost forty years old, maybe he has resigned to be alone with only his dreams to take him company in the night.

But during one of his flights, he catches eyes with Taylor, a very stud of man, exactly every his desires come true. Taylor is a construction project manager from Denver who travels every week on a construction site on Los Angeles. And also for Taylor, Owen is a dream comes true: Taylor is tired to be alone, to have always to travel around the country and not ever have the chance to settle down with a fine man. A fine man like Owen, shy and gentle, with a steady work and a regular life. And so Taylor seduces Owen on the plane, the very first time they meet, and continues to do so for all the other planes they share in the week after, till the time Owen is hooked and ready to be served on a silver plate to Taylor.
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I love this author as she is so good with words and spinning a tale that completely wraps itself around your soul and when you put the book down you have made new friends to spend time with in your head.
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Owen is a wealthy divorced business man. Every week he travels from Los Angeles to Denver to visit his daughter who lives with her mother. To please the kid, he spends all the weekend sleeping in the couch in the den of his ex wife. Is not a wonderful life, but Owen loves his daughter, and then he has no one at home for him. Actually he haven't never realized for sure why his wife asked for a divorce: he was not an oppressive husband, he left her all the freedom she needed, and if she cheated on him, he didn't want to know, and maybe never mattered much. Owen has always considered himself straight, but he sometime finds himself ogling on some explicit advertisement with a beautiful specimen on it, and he has always had a particular fondness for movies with handsome men in it rather than action. All right Owen is not a macho man, and then he doesn't consider himself the type to attract the type of guy he finds attractive: at almost forty years old, maybe he has resigned to be alone with only his dreams to take him company in the night.

But during one of his flights, he catches eyes with Taylor, a very stud of man, exactly every his desires come true. Taylor is a construction project manager from Denver who travels every week on a construction site on Los Angeles. And also for Taylor, Owen is a dream comes true: Taylor is tired to be alone, to have always to travel around the country and not ever have the chance to settle down with a fine man. A fine man like Owen, shy and gentle, with a steady work and a regular life. And so Taylor seduces Owen on the plane, the very first time they meet, and continues to do so for all the other planes they share in the week after, till the time Owen is hooked and ready to be served on a silver plate to Taylor.
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