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    Just about 4.5 stars for these two silver foxes

    Afraid to Fly is the second in Miss Witt’s Anchor Point series. There is some overlap of characters from the first book, but it can easily be read as a standalone. Once again, I was quickly pulled into the story with Miss Witt’s easy, fast-paced writing style. The characters were interesting and likable, and their lively banter and interactions entertaining. Sometimes second books in a series pale in comparison to the first, but I didn’t feel that with Afraid to Fly and I’ll definitely be continuing this series. Afraid to Fly features two naval officers as the heroes, both with potentially career-derailing issues. I liked that aspect and enjoyed seeing the characters work through their concerns on their own and together when they affected their relationship. There was a lot of straight-forward communication between Travis and Clint, and I loved that. Due to the men being active in the military, Afraid to Fly contained more military life details, but I was pleased with how accurately the author portrayed these aspects. Though these elements were plentiful, they didn’t feel excessive or impertinent to progressing the characters’ stories. Beyond the conflicts involving military life and careers, there was a major side plot of Clint dealing with family and custody issues. While I liked the realism, it felt a bit redundant at times and I didn’t get as much of a resolution as I was hoping to in the end. The romance between Clint and Travis progressed quickly without feeling forced or rushed, and I liked these two together. That said, I can’t help but compare books and the chemistry wasn’t quite as palpable as with the series’ first couple, though it improved as the plot progressed. The physical connection was definitely existent and what initially brought these two together, but their sex life was hampered by Travis’s injury so it progressed a bit differently than most romances. I thought this was a really interesting and unique element and liked how positive it remained with these two. However, like Clint’s family issues, it did get a bit redundant with Travis constantly worrying his physical limitations might hamper the relationship with Clint. So, overall, I liked the characters in Afraid to Fly, enjoyed their unique stories, and appreciated the amount of honesty in this book. Comparatively, I don’t know that I loved it as much as Just Drive, but if this were the first book in the series, I wouldn’t hesitate to come back for more. *Reviewed audiobook for Alpha Book Club*

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