September 2, 2014

Fly Review


T.A. Foster
3.5 Stars

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Not everyone’s good at one-night stands.

Skye Stephens has the worst day of her professional career, and all she wants to do is shed her power suit and get lost in the sheets with the hot guy she met at the bar. The problem is, this uptight ad exec doesn’t know how to do one-night stands. She has strict rules about dating and when to let a man in her bedroom.

Fighter pilot Ben “Bolt” Hardcastle is used to lovin’ and leavin’. But, after he meets Skye, one night doesn’t seem to be enough.

When these two crash-land into each other, a connection strong enough to make the loner pilot and the sexy businesswoman shed their rules about love and relationships begins to burn deeper than either of them ever expected.

“Bolt almost fell over. This girl was going to kill him, tame him, or worse, both.”

Fly is a sweet and romantic quick read. I wasn’t expecting how romance and sweet the story and the characters were actually going to get. I went into this think it was going to be a fun sexy read, which it definitely was, but the story was a lot more romantic than I thought it was going to be. I really enjoyed it. It was a nice surprise. T.A. Foster definitely knows how to write a romantic scene, let me tell you.

“She smiled, loving how it felt with Ben’s chest nuzzled against her back. She finally knew what it 

meant to fly.”

Skye Stephens has her entire life in order. She is trying to make a career in Advertising and once she gets a project she really wants it gets stolen from her. Skye and her friend decide to go to a bar close by which is already out of the norm for Skye. When her friend doesn’t show up a hot stranger takes her place. They hit it off and she brings him home. I really liked Skye. She had rules and she didn’t break them no matter how hot, sexy, or sweet Ben was to her. She made sure that they had a relationship that was more than a physical one. She was a really nice and caring person. She was willing to wait for him and I was so proud of her.

“Together.” He liked the sound of that. He didn’t know holding someone else in his arms could make him 

feel so whole and so alive. That was until he met Skye, and she taught him what it meant to fly.”

Ben “Bolt” Hardcastle is a pilot for a group called the Rebels. He has flown all over the world. He is a love ‘em and leave ‘em type. He has never seen what the big deal is when it comes to commitment and marriage. Until he has his one night stand with Skye. Ben wants to get to know Skye. He actually wants to date a woman and that is new territory for him. Bolt was such a sweet heart. Well, after he first screwed up with Skye he was. He finally realized that he wants all of it. The commitment, kids, and a white picket fence, all with Skye. He does the most romantic things to convince her it is more than sex. He really grows into a man that all of us readers will love.

“You know you’re mine, don’t you?”

This was a great story. The pacing was great and all of the characters felt real to me. Even though they had a pretty fast relationship everything felt genuine and real. The romance was real and it wasn’t cheesy. It was totally swoon-worthy. I would definitely recommended this book to everyone who loves their romance books. The book was a lot like the sex. Amazing foreplay that built you up for the fantastic climax at the end!

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