As soon as she arrives at her destination, Stella visits the airport bar. She orders a drink and waits for the right guy to come along. A bored businessman, a backpacker, a baggage handler just off shift. If he's into a hot, no-strings hookup, he's perfect. Each time is a thrilling escape from reality that gives the term layover a whole new meaning.
When Stella meets the enigmatic Matthew in Chicago one weekend, she hits some serious turbulence. Something about him tells her that she's not the only one running from the past. The connection between them is explosive, and, for the first time, one taste is not enough for Stella. But returning to find a gorgeous man waiting for her is the easy part - facing the reason she's there is a whole other matter.
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By GH on 05-05-2015
Characters fall well short of the mark
Flying is about woman named Stella. Stella had endured a personal tragedy that precipitated her divorce. She has a practice of picking-up men by flying to a city and hooking at arbitrary bar for a one-night-stand. Here is the thing, you never quite connect with Stella. Also, Matthew, her eventual love interest, is just not likable on any dimension. Why Stella would put up with him, I have no idea -- he should have been given the heave ho -- seriously. Also, her abrupt changes have her breaking character several times, very jarring in a bad way.
The revelations happen late and timed at awkward times. You could forgive that a bit if the timing wasn't so ill timed that it leaves you shaking your head. Also, the supporting characters have massive unresolved issues and act in ways that leave you scratching you head as well.
I usually like what Megan Hart writes but this is a dud. I would definitely pass.
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By Trinity on 26-01-2016
What disappointed you about Flying?
Everything. I honestly didn't even care what happened to a single character by the 4th or 5th chapter.
Has Flying turned you off from other books in this genre?
No, I usually love them. Including Megan Hart's other books.
How could the performance have been better?
The performance wasn't bad, but I kind of hated the actual characters.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Not so much. Even the ending was a let-down.
Any additional comments?
Save your credit.
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