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    Friends to lovers; a favorite trope of mine.

    Love in the Clouds is a good friends-to-lovers story; one of my favorite romance tropes. Rafael has been in love with his best friend, Dustin, for a long time but doesn't want to risk their friendship by telling him. When Dustin finds out that all of their friends consider them to be a couple he starts looking at Rafael in a new way and soon realizes that he feels something more than just friendship. So here we have two great guys, who are best friends, both hiding their feelings from each other. Once they finally get together the sexual chemistry is hot and I really liked how their friendship turned to romance. Working on Dustin's plane all summer provided lot of interesting information about planes. While I didn't check any of the facts about the plane specifications talked about in the book, it seemed obvious to me that the author did a lot of research for this story. There was a bit of a side story about a young girl in Rafael's class (he's a teacher) and how he helped her. While it didn't really add anything to this particular book it seemed like it might be a set-up for a story for her uncle. My one issue with this book is that I kept waiting and waiting for some momentous thing to happen between Rafael and Dustin and then when it finally happened it was really nothing. I think most great romance stories have at least one major conflict happening so that the couple can overcome it and get their HEA. Love in the Clouds lacked that and, in my opinion, it would have been a better story if there had been one. Still all-in-all it was a good book and I enjoyed reading it. An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com*** (posting 9/7/18)
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