Every other weekend, Stella buys a ticket on the next flight out of town and leaves her life behind. Home is a place with too many memories, and departure is the sweetest possible distraction.
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.
©2014 Megan Hart (P)2014 Tantor
"Fans will find much to praise in Hart's handling of her characters' pain and emptiness and their tentative steps toward redemption." (RT Book Reviews)
Hart's erotic works are not simply about sex. They are successful because they deal beautifully with psychological trauma and they triggera cathartic effect on the reader. The emotions that the character is dealing with make the erotic scenes more meaningful and forceful.
I think she read a short story by Megan Hart.
A good book always provokes a reaction.
It's a pity that Megan Hart has been labeled an erotic writer. She is much more than that.
Megan hart characters are usually fully developed and flawed. I feel like she missed something with Stella and Matthew. The heroine is like able, but many Megan Hart fans will agree that Flying is missing the magic her other characters/books have.
The narrator was excellent.
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