I was pleasantly surprised when I sat down to read this book. It was hard for me to get into the story at first and I didn't know how I felt about the hero, Vincent Rutland. But once I got into the story and Vincent's character was revealed more through dialogue and his interactions with the heroines, Eliot Marie and Antoinette, he grew on me.
Flying is a story that will engage readers and keep them guessing. When I began reading the story, I thought I had everything figured out about the characters and storylines. But once I got into the story the more I discovered by the different twists the author put in. The storyline is intricate and tightly woven together and will give readers a thrilling read. Flying is an intriguing, satisfying read and I look forward to reading more from Pat Cromwell in the future.
Sequal to Behind Blue Eyes
Vincent Rutland is complex. Eliot Marie Lays is a woman haunted by tragedies. Their one and only meeting is emotionally and sexually explosive. It starts a chain of events neither anticipated nor can control. The meeting is literally devastating for Eliot and life altering for Vincent. It’s also the catalyst that leads him to Antoinette, Eliot's beloved friend. While he has a special bond with Eliot, it is Antoinette who captures his heart, his soul, and ultimately his trust. But she is hiding a secret from Vincent -- a secret that is directly related to that night. Once revealed, will he find it in his heart to forgive her or will he choose the path of no return that Eliot has embraced?