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Ever hear of wanderlust? Every other weekend, Stella buys a ticket on the next flight out of town and leaves her life behind. Home is a place with too many memories, and departure is the sweetest possible distraction.

Flying by Megan Hart

As soon as she arrives at her destination, Ddentro visits the airport bar. She orders a drink and waits for the right guy to come along. A bored businessman, Ever hear of wanderlust? A bored businessman, a backpacker, a baggage handler just off shift.

If he’s into a hot, no-strings hookup, he’s perfect. Each time is a thrilling escape from reality that gives the term layover a whole new meaning. When Stella meets the enigmatic Matthew in Chicago one weekend, she hits some serious turbulence. Something about him tells her she’s not the only one running from the past. The connection between them is explosive, and for the first time, one taste is not enough for Stella.

But returning to find a gorgeous man waiting for her is the easy part – facing the reason she’s there is a whole other matter. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Flyingplease sign up. Lists with This Book. View all 3 comments. Mar 13, Duchess Nicole rated it liked it Shelves: I’m not entirely sure how I feel about this book.

The story started out interesting, it had that same Megan Hart feeling. Dentri slow, you can feel the build up toward something ee and BIG. Very strong emotions were alluded to, and of course, there is tragedy somewhere in the past. My favorite thing about Hart is what sets her apart from every other erotic romance author out there As long as they feel good about it, there’s nothing wrong with the hunt, nothing wrong with being sexy AND sexual.

Just because YOU don’t believe in monogamy doesn’t mean nearly everyone around you does. I never received that punch to the gut that both Dirty and Broken gave me. Both of those books just laid me bare, knocked me flat, and shredded me. And yet, somehow when I put the books down, I was completely satisfied, sated, and if not happy But this ending was so back and forth, it felt like each page I turned led the story in a different direction.


I was never fully convinced that Michael was a good enough guy. Sure, the sex was great. Fura was attentive to a point, and he sure did love being with Stella. But the ex wife and that whole situation, the eventual secrets that come out, and his ridiculous habit of being with Stella only when convenient seemed like too much bother to bother with.

Honestly, I kept hoping that Stella would spend more time with Craig than she did. He and she had a strong connection before. And Stella’s habit of “flying”, or traveling for one night stands, gave her at least some sexual gratification. What she really needed was someone who was loyal.

A lover that she could completely bond with, in and out of bed? I don’t know, but I wasn’t convinced that either Michael or Craig could be both. She is a master of emotions, and for that reason alone, she continues to be a favorite author of mine.

Advance copy provided by the publisher for review View all 8 comments. I’ll fill this in on release day: Something about the way she writes, the themes she chooses to tackle and the way she presents the emotional conflicts in them leaves a lot of room to think. Which is all sorts of perfect for the unapologetic over thinker. She never spoon-feeds the reader. She allows you to mold the characters however you deem fit and devise your own conclusions about them based on your own ethos and experiences and in the end you are gifted with a story with some personal weight and clarity.

Certain authors have grand stories to tell and then there are authors like Megan Hart who gives you a deceptively simple construct of romance and sex that gets to the bottom of you. Which is different from the bottom of someone else. On weekdays, she touches up photos in Memory Factory while dealing with the joys of parenting an adolescent and trying to co-exist amicably with her ex-husband Jeff and his new younger wife.

On weekends, she puts on sexy lingerie, a wig and packs her suitcase named TARDIS, off to a random destination, someplace with a bar and a man who needs fixing. She studies him surreptitiously, noting the black bag nestled at his feet like a faithful dog. Episcopalian, not Roman Catholic. No vow of chastity but still a priest. In either of the lives that she leads, you get a sense of anger in her.

Unlike the pervading theme of loneliness in Tear You Apart, which also employed a middle aged heroine, Stella has the feel of someone lashing out. So for a stretch of this book, I was pretty pissed at everyone but most of that hatred was focused on Stella. But mostly Stella, because Matthew is a spawn of her seemingly interminable self-centredness.

Because she reminds me of my year old self. I’m going to leave to the imagination the details on that one, but there were fragments in this book that felt personal to me.


In that I can imagine a sepia-colored, primitive version of myself in this forty-something, imaginary person. Those pathetic little moves, the games she played in not playing, the kind of monster birthed from the paranoia and insecurity of long-distance relationships were frighteningly vivid.

Ladies and gentlemen, my hormones. At its heart, Flying is about control: She does indulge in these contrivances from time to time there were dialogue exchanges between Matthew and Stella that made me cringe and she does love her water and drowning metaphors but not too much that I want to quit her. She really gives you enough latitude to think and fashion the story to whatever depth you deem it is worth and still make it work.

Her characters are never stagnant, there is growth and lessons learned in a believable pace and manner. This author does not aspire to be your mother, your friend or your patronizing confidant. She gives you the barest necessities: Then he kissed her. He kissed and kissed her, and suddenly everything felt as though it was all going to be all right. Quotes taken from uncorrected proof. View all 12 comments. La autora no escribe mal, pero la historia tiene muchas lagunas y giros a los que no le he encontrado un sentido.

May 27, Glamdring rated it did not like it Shelves: I might not read her books straight when they are released but I know that eventually I will read them — unless they are serials and in that case I’ll just boycott them.

Like her other contemporary Erotica the building is slow, unfortunately and unlike her other books that I’ve read so far, the slow building leads to For the first time while reading a MH book I had a really hard time trying to enjoy the heroine.

Stella is a 40 something divorced woman and mother of a 17 years old boy. When the fancy takes her, she flies to other cities to have one night stands with absolute strangers. I didn’t mind that. I really did not. I even didn’t mind view spoiler [the pilot episode, I wouldn’t have done it, but it is his marriage, his responsibility not hersStella didn’t force him to do anything.

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I could have minded the priest choice but I honestly thought the same. Here again, what he chooses to do or not is his responsibility, not hers. The book is full of miscellaneous bits and pieces that bring nothing to the story.

Even the reason why she’s “addicted” to the one night stands isn’t clear. I’m sorry but if I see the connection between the tragedy that happened in Stella’s life and her divorce I don’t see how it is connected to her long string of one night stands.

Also, at the beginning of the book Stella says: