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“You’re going to have a great time.” She hugs me close. “There are lots of signs and people to ask if you get lost in there, but it’s not a big airport, so you should be fine. Call me when you get there.”
“If I get there,” I say and sigh deeply. “Why do I feel like I’m never going to see you again?”
“Because you’re being dramatic,” she replies and smiles brightly. “Have fun!”
And with that, she waves and drives away and I’m left alone to figure out this airport hell.
But Riley was right. Checking in and dropping my bag off is easy. Finding security is easy.
Getting frisked by the TSA guy would have been more fun if he’d looked like Charlie Hunnam, but then again, everything would be more fun with Charlie.
I follow the signs, find my gate, and am pleasantly surprised to find a bar directly across from it.
There is a god.
But once at the bar, I’m just too nervous to drink.
That’s a first.
Who in the hell gets too nervous to drink? This girl, apparently.
So I wander back to the gate and pace, dragging my small black hard-sided suitcase with red cherries on it behind me. People glance my way, but I ignore them. I’m used to it. You don’t dress the way I do, covered in sleeve tattoos, and not get looks.
Finally, my flight is called and they begin boarding. Before I know it, I’m sitting on the plane, three rows from the front—if I’m going to die, it’s going to be in first class—in the aisle seat.
“Hello,” the man next to me says. I glance his way, taking in his light brown hair and green eyes, and if we were anywhere but here, I would totally flirt with him.
But we’re on a motherfucking airplane.
“Hi,” I reply and swallow hard. The flight attendant asks us if we’d like anything to drink before we take off, but I shake my head no and stare at the pilot sitting in the cock pit. “Don’t they close that door?”
“Right before we take off,” my travel companion says. I’m surprised that I spoke aloud. “Hey, are you okay?”
He’s silent for a moment and I keep staring at the pilot. I want to march up there and tell him to make sure that we get there in one piece. What are his credentials, anyway? I want to see his license, and a few letters of recommendation wouldn’t hurt either.
“I’m Mac.” I slide my eyes to him and nod, then whip my gaze back to the front.
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I was really looking forward to Blush for Me. I thoroughly enjoyed Listen to Me, the first book in the series and this one did not disappoint!
I loved the premise of meeting at a Wine Convention. Also meeting on the plane to said Wine Convention in Napa, California. It is also good to note that Kat is deathly afraid of flying and this is her first time on a plane! What’s more, she is by herself!
Enter Mac, her seatmate who helps her through her harrowing experience. Such an amazing guy. Also, did I mention that he reads romance books out loud to Kat?
Kat and Mac’s chemistry is through the roof! I love the dominance without the kink! I’m not sure I mentioned it before but BDSM just doesn’t make me think romance. This one had just the right touch!
Both Kat and Mac are not looking for love, but they found themselves falling for each other. I love the slow romance development between these two!
There is a little bit of family drama in the end, but nothing too dramatic.
Overall, an awesome read! I can’t wait to read Mia or Riley’s story next!
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What do you think about too much family drama in books?