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  • Flying High and Hot

    This second book in the Wild Aces series is right up there in the hot category that I found in the first book Fly With Me. Ms Cleeton has once again delivered on the sexy, drop dead gorgeous men who are F-16 Fighter Pilots and the women who love them. Along with the mental eye candy she provides, the author also delivers on clever, whip smart dialogue and lots of witty banter...which I'm finding to be her trademark brand of writing. This is the story of Eric (call sign Thor) and Becca, the woman he was engaged to and left to join the Air Force, and become a fighter pilot, ten years ago. After a chance encounter, and ten years of no communication, Becca is thrown off balance when Eric is suddenly tossed back into her life. Though she tries to ward off his draw, she cannot ignore the heat he nearly scorches her with each time he is near. Ms Cleeton simply has a gift for creating explosive chemistry between her characters...the kind that jumps off the pages and grabs you, holding on tight until way past the end of the book. This is definitely one book that you'll think about long after you have finished reading it. I look forward to the third book in the Wild Aces series, Broken Wings, about Alex (call sign Easy) and Dani. Anyone who has read the first two books in the series will know what a phenomenal story this one will be. This book was provided by Netgalley for my honest review.

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  • Beautiful Story

    Once again, Ms. Cleeton has given us another beautiful and sweet story with emotional depth and minimal drama. INTO THE BLUE is a really delightful second chance romance and Eric and Becca will have readers smiling and falling in love with them in no time. Is love always enough? Well, for Eric Jansen and Becca Madison it wasn't and ten years ago, in spite of how much they loved each other, they couldn't make things work between them and they both choose their separate paths. But the connection between them can't be extinguished because after all that time apart, all it takes is one meeting and it feels like they were never apart. Still reeling from the loss of his friend and struggling to get through each day, Eric realizes he needs to take a breather from the job he loves and reassess his life. His biggest regret? Walking away from what he had with Becca and losing her friendship, and the only thing that matters is getting her back. But with his job in Oklahoma and Becca settled in North Carolina, how can they make things work and avoid the mistakes of the past? Becca fought hard to put her life together after Eric left and has achieved the goals she set for herself but having him back threatens her emotional balance and even if she can forgive him, what happens when his time is up and he has to return to work? I loved the previous book so much but Eric and Becca have their own spot in my heart. Eric is such a sweetheart and a really good man and it doesn't hurt that he loves Becca so much that the time that had passed since their split felt nonexistent. A man who can own up to make poor choices and give everything to win his girl back is golden in my opinion. And Becca was just as adorable. I loved that she was smart and independent, that she focused on achieving her goals in the time they were apart and wasn't just going to give up everything she had worked so hard for to play second fiddle for a man. I love how they dealt with their issues in a very mature manner and I can't stop loving the fact that there was no drama. Their bond was very familiar, new but yet old, one they could count on. I love that Ms. Cleeton consistently gives us heroes that are good and emotionally mature men and strong, independent and capable women and sweet stories that put a smile on a reader's face. I can't wait for Easy's story and the sneak peek at the end of this book only make the wait unbearable. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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