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Libby Hart and Matt Ogden are perfect for each other - as friends. They've known each other for ages. They act as each other's plus-ones. They even share custody of a dog. And if there's always been a little spark between them, so what? It's never been worth jeopardizing their friendship.
Professional rugby player Matt is fighting for a starter position with the London Legends - and that's not the only thing he's fighting. A crippling fear of flying means he's struggling to get his career off the ground. He has no time for a relationship, even if Libby does make him ache. As an airline pilot, Libby's looking for a stay-at-home husband so she can have a family without sacrificing her high-flying career. Matt's certainly not that man.
But just because they don't have a future together doesn't mean they can't have a right now. When Matt asks Libby for help overcoming his fear, they agree to take a vacation from their platonic relationship - whenever they fly together, they can have sex. It's the perfect way to resolve all that built-up tension. As long as they can avoid getting a little too comfortable....
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- Nicko C.
I absolutely loved this book. I didn't remember Matt being mentioned in the previous books so I was a little unsure but I am so glad I gave this a full listen!
The story follows Matt and his best friend/doggy mama Libby. I loved the development from friendship to lovers as Libby helped Matt overcome his fear.
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- Kindle Customer
Very placating to the point where it becomes almost boring. It keeps the reader hoping that the pace would increase and keeps the reader really engaged but this never really happens. So in short, this story is slow paced and very easy going. Too much second guessing.