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Friday, July 17, 2009

Airborne by Belle Sloane

Airborne by Belle Sloane
Publisher: Carnal Passions
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (16 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Tiger Lily

When Candice boards her flight to Hawaii, wrestling with her fear of flying, she doesn’t count on finding a hot mystery man sitting in her seat. He guarantees her he can make her flight worry free this time, with his mouth-watering distractions. Much to her delight, he more than proves himself a man of his word.

She’s afraid of flying. He’s determined to take her mind off her fears. Once they settle in the seats, everything’s Airborne.

Ms. Sloane writes an intriguing short story. Candice’s apprehension about flying is easy for many readers to identify with. The idea of joining the mile-high club with a stranger is exotic. The descriptions of the plane make you feel like you are right there with Candice and her mystery man. Their escapade is steamy, stimulation under a blanket and in the lavatory. You can feel the budding passion between them, even in the short period of time.

Although I would’ve liked to have seen more description of the characters and to know what happened after the story, this short is a great reading for a rainy afternoon. The ending is well written and perfect.

If you want a fun short story, then grab a copy of Airborne. I give this short 4 cherries.

1 comment:

Belle Sloane said...

Thanks, Tiger! :-)