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Come Fly With Me (Book) Review

 
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Final Fiendish Findings?

Come Fly With Me is a great story of finding a true soul mate. The author’s personal experience as a pilot shines through in the detailed realism in the many flight scenes included in the book, but the true focus of the story remains solidly on two kindred souls, trying to finally find their way into each other’s arms. It’s a great summer beach read that will have you hanging on every page.

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Posted June 26, 2013 by

 
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Kate Randolph seems to have it all. She’s got an incredibly rich husband, beautiful houses all over the world filled with staff just waiting to serve her every whim. And yet, she doesn’t have love, and that’s all she really ever wanted. When her marriage seems rocky, Kate turns to the one thing that always makes her feel alive – flying.

Rick Sanders shares that love of flying, but that’s where the similarities come to a screeching halt. As a private pilot and flight instructor, he isn’t anywhere near to the same league as Kate. And yet, as Kate’s marriage falls apart, she senses a kindred soul in Rick – and the hours of time they spend each day as Rick instructs her on the finer points of learning to fly her husband’s Lear Jet soon become an exercise in self control.

While Rick and Kate cannot deny they are being pulled together, neither wants to break the sanctity of her marriage bond – damaged though it may be. But as Kate’s workaholic husband spends more and more time away, they find themselves thrown together into near impossible situations. And when an unexpected events frees Kate in a way she never imagined, still outside forces seem determined to tear them apart.

Come Fly With Me is a book that keeps you wondering, right to the very end. What is Kate’s husband really doing at all those business meetings? Can she really find a way to put her broken marriage back together? Will Kate’s hate filled stepson succeed in throwing her out on the street? Can Rick ever really get past his ex-wife’s betrayal? Will Kate and Rick ever find a way to be happy together? There are a lot of little subplots going on throughout the story, and I did feel a few of the solutions were just a bit too pat, after big buildups on their complexity. But for the most part they just serve well to advance the story to its conclusion. Though it is a long book, the pages seem to fly by as you wonder what could possibly happen next to these star-crossed lovers.

Come Fly With Me is a great story of finding a true soul mate. The author’s personal experience as a pilot shines through in the detailed realism in the many flight scenes included in the book, but the true focus of the story remains solidly on two kindred souls, trying to finally find their way into each other’s arms. It’s a great summer beach read that will have you hanging on every page.


Amy

 
U.S. Senior Editor & Deputy EIC, @averyzoe on Twitter, mother of 5, gamer, reader, wife to @macanthony, and all-around bad-ass (no, not really)