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  • awesome read!

    Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Maxwell has had enough of the one night stands, the give hand jobs, the spread sheet. He wants what Oliver and Lesley have found, his very own Happy Ever After. But one last time, he falls for that smiling face, and Maxwell knows he is in trouble. Gibson was won over by the smile, and the bum of the flight crew. When their paths cross a second time, Gibson makes a move. He then finds, he wants more. More than he ever did before, more than he ever thought he would. This is book 7 in the Men Of London series. I would recommend you read at least book 3, Suit Yourself before this one, it sort of follows on and gives you an insight into what Oliver and Maxwell had before Lesley. What Oliver thought of Maxwell. The other guys in their books are mentioned, and although really good reads, they aren't necessary. I loved Maxwell in Suit Yourself, even if we didn't hear from him. I loved him all the more here. Especially after we learn of Maxwell's early life. Gibson, too. I loved that Gibson gave Maxwell a taste of his own medicine. Loved that they took so long, so very bloody long, to admit to each other what they felt. I loved that, although from very different backgrounds, they both had their own family hang ups, issues and problems. Loved that their respective friends could see far sooner than they, just what these two men meant to each other. I loved the sizzle between them, that took off right from the start, loved it! I will be honest, I did not like book 6, Cross to Bare, still figuring out how to word the review for THAT book. SO I was a little hesitant, but still keen, to read this one. I need not have worried. It is flawless in its delivery, its flow, its general awesomeness that is Susan Mac Nicol and her Men of London. Highly recommend this whole series, and, this one carries the weight that Feat of Clay, or Sights and Sinners does, just not in the same way. And THATS why I love these so much. Each story has major differences and issues and those differences make them stand alone, and together, as (mostly) 5 star reads. 5 full stars. **same worded review will appear on Goodreads, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and Kobo**

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  • I liked it

    Had fun reading Flying Solo . It have Susan Mac Nicol trademark snark banter and tongue in cheek on liners. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Sweet and enjoyable

    Max was a great character but Gibson had to grow on me, I just did not find his 180 change in character all that believable. All in all I did like the story and it is a nice addition to the Men of London series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Fun m/m Romance

    This book is a little lighter than some of the other books in the Men of London series by Susan MacNicol. This is not to say that it isn’t as well written of has not got characters that have problem pasts or is as fun to read. In fact it is nice to see an author who, while writing a series of books, doesn’t feel like they have to fill them with James Bond like action in each one. This is just a great book about how people can help heal each other. I loved it. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • finally growing up

    finally growing up by Anne Harris Maxwell Lewis didnt have the best start to his life, he ended up in the foster care system but him and his best friend Levi didnt like it and thought they would have a better life on the streets so they fled. Life on the streets was very hard, their life's were in their hands every day and it got to much and his friend ended up dying from an overdose. Maxwell decided to go back to school and make something of himself. He did really well and settled years later being a flight attendant. He had a different man in every port. But ever since his friend and ex lover Oliver had found a boyfriend in the amazing Leslie, Maxwell thought there was something missing in his life. He wanted to come home to a man waiting for him at their flat ready to share a meal and be together. Gibson Henry was a game developer who wants to put the LGBT aspect on one of his games. He owns his own business with his best friend Jack. Their banter and connection is just brilliant and funny sadly Jack is straight and has a girlfriend. Gib is happy going through life having fun with as many men as he wants! But he never repeats. So if you get a chance to be with Gib enjoy it while it lasts. Whilst on a flight he catches the eye of the sexy flight attendant, When Maxwell ask if he wants anything Gib is sure to be sassy and give double meanings. But Maxwell behaves even though he thinks the man is a sexy geek who is just what He is looking for. Its a few weeks before Maxwell gets to see Gib again on a long haul flight to New York. And this time Gib makes sure that Maxwell knows what he wants. But when Maxwell tries to give him his phone number Gib is a little rude and tells him no thanks he doesn't repeat!!! Maxwell is crushed, but it makes him to decided to stop mucking around and find a man who wants to share his life with him. But on a night out what are the chances that he would see Gib there??? And when some one accidently bangs into Gib whose drink goes all over a man, It Maxwell that defends Gib. And they end up leaving together. But Is Gibson still looking for just a hook up or could he be the man that Maxwell has been dreaming of having in his life forever???? This is an emotional read. Both have issues from their pasts that they need to over come. And if I'm honest I didnt really like Maxwell that I read about in other books but hearing about his past and the way he grew up realising that instead of having men in every port he preferred one man and a steady job that kept him coming home most nights unless n a night shift. I thought the chemistry between Max and Gib was off the charts. They are so hot together. A fantastic read. you will be an emotional wreck in some places tho. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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