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Plane Love: (Honoring Those Who Serve Book 4) Kindle Edition
It’s my brother’s fault I’m in this mess.
Flying is my number one fear. And what does he do? He chooses a destination wedding in Ireland, all the way across the Atlantic. So, before I board the metal deathtrap, I knock back a drink… or two… or possibly three, just to calm my nerves.
And now I’m so drunk, I can’t think straight.
But I’m sober enough to know my seatmate is the sexiest guy I’ve ever laid eyes on.
I’m sitting next to the most adorable girl I’ve ever seen.
Well, almost adorable. She’s a little tipsy. Strike that. She’s plastered. But we still manage to hit it off. Behind that sarcastic booze-fueled mouth is a girl I could really fall for.
Too bad she has no idea I’m in a wheelchair.
I’m not afraid of flying, but I’m terrified of how she’ll feel when she finds out the truth.
Plane Love is a 27,000 word standalone novella and part of the Honoring those Who serve collection of short stories.
- ASIN : B07YTG1NNC
- Publication date : November 11, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 3642 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 105 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #329,121 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Lainey is attracted to the handsome, kind and charismatic guy sitting next to her on the plane to Ireland. Xavier finds her quirkily enchanting, despite her drunken chattiness. But he isn't sure how to tell her that he isn't exactly what she expects. They uncover each other's secrets and erase each other's fears while on the way to finding their HEA.
You can read this sweet little story in one day and you probably will because it's hard to put down. The first 30% is so so funny and the rest is gloriously heartwarming. For a short book there are many incredibly effective and wonderful scenes, as well as great character development. The dance scene in particular visually sums up their relationship—their chemistry, their mutual lust for life, and how they bring out the confidence and joy in each other. And may I just say bravo on the cover. That's exactly the way I picture Lainey—bubbly and gleeful—and that's exactly the way I see them together.
This story will leave you smiling and perhaps looking to read more books from this 'Honoring Those Who Serve' collaboration. Take a little break and enjoy this. I promise it will leave you happier than when you started.
I loved the banter that Lainey comes up with when meeting Xavier!! Talk about word vomit!! She was so much fun to read. She is the funniest I've read in a while!
I loved seeing the vulnerability of Xavier. I totally want an X for my very own!!
The scene where they see each other at the destination and then the dance scene was the BEST!!! Another scene was where Lainey is reminiscing about her brother that had me laughing out loud!! (I read it to my friend and she said that's what stinky boys do to sisters!!) Made me laugh all over again. Sigh.. I loved the ending.. For such a short read it packs one hell of a story!! I need more from Lainey and X...