Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Taking Flight #Review @JayneNicky

Wedding bells ring in the distance as the cold wind, whips through the small town of Dexter Georgia.
Angel smiles longingly at her parents as they stand hand in hand exchanges vows.
A rough childhood and a bank account full of money has made him the man he is today. Cars are his hobby but women are his passion.
The sound of engines and smell of timber fill the waking hours, but at night the darkness fills more than night sky.
Can he control himself enough to hold on to the one person who fate brings to his life.
Willow, had everything she ever needed in life, until the day her mother passed.
With a controlling money driven grandmother, she falls into line. The life that is expected of her.
Allied Linc, is one of the largest finance companies on the Florida coast. It was there she met her soon to be husband Duncan.
Struggling with her overpowering family has made life tough for Willow, her every move is reported to the matriarch of the family, thoughts of running away from it
all were a daily occurrence until she met Duncan.
As time passes the days get easier to bear, with Duncan by her side.
Planning their wedding, Willow is distracted from all the lies and deceit that play out in front of her.
Running from all she holds dear, everything she called home. She is now faced with one of the biggest challenges of her life.
Falling to the mercy of Sharon and her husband her troubles are far from over.
The sound of his voice, does more to her than she ever thought possible. Her emotions rage when he is around.
Hidden away in his cabin, Parker fights with the attraction. She has fought his every attempt, his money only pushes her farther away.
Time passes, as quickly as the night. Avoidance is key, but when tragedy strikes. They are thrown together, holding on to the memories of happier times.
I ugly cried. I mean COME ON!!! I love the new characters we are introduced to in this book. Parker is the perfect combination of book boyfriend and douchebag. Willow, bless her heart, has so much crap to go through. And Duncan… I wish he got hit by a car. In this book, you have the characters from the first book, but you also learn of the people around them, hence Willow and Parker. I give props to Nicky for having Willow be strong. In some novels, the woman falls to the man’s feet no matter what he does. Willow stands up for herself even if she finds Parker sexy. To watch these two interact is both hysterical and heartbreaking. I won’t spoil anything, but I knew something was coming… And I cried like a baby. I MEAN REALLY?!?! I was hoping that the epilogue was joke… but as my heart breaks, it wasn’t a joke. Even with the ending it had, this book is exactly what I would look for in a book. A book that can make me laugh, connect with the characters, and ugly cry is a good book to me.
Reviewed by
Shy Gal


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