Flyover by Desiree Holt

FLYOVER

Flyover by Desiree Holt
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (23 pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Aster

Enroute to their 1Night Stand dates, Chelsea Haller and Alec Ramsey are stranded in the airport during an unexpected snowstorm.

It doesn’t take long to discover they’re each other’s one-night stand. Lucky for them, they’re drawn together by sizzling electricity and soon forget the icy snow. As the heat between them nearly melts the sheets in Alec’s hotel room, their night of erotic adventure surpasses anything they expected from a 1Night Stand.

What do you do when Mother Nature foils your plans? Fortunately for Chelsea and Alec, fate stepped in.

Chelsea Haller is an out of work graphic artist who’d been down on her luck. After losing her job, she broke up with her boyfriend, and upon the advice of a friend, signed up for Madame Eve’s 1Night Stand Service. After being stranded at the airport due to inclement weather, her bad luck seemed to continue. Or so she thought…

Alec Ramsey is a 40 year old pilot who’s been unlucky in love. He signed up for a 1Night Stand in hopes of finding the right lady. Not much else is known about this handsome pilot, but when he meets Chelsea in the airport bar, the two hit it off immediately.

The physical attraction between these two was instant. It was a great demonstration of the power of Madame Eve to set up perfect couples, because merely putting these two next to each other was all the opportunity they needed. They had a great sexual affair, but I felt something was missing. Each had said they had been burned in love, but without any details, it was hard to sympathize with them. It also made it harder to understand what, beyond sex, would keep these two together.

One of my favorite parts of the 1Night Stand series is getting to know the characters and watching them connect with the potential love of their life. I have no doubt these two were attracted to each other, and could potentially have a long-term relationship, but there wasn’t enough in the book to assure the readers that would happen. Each referenced things like ‘never feeling this way before,’ but again, that seemed to be regarding sexual sensations. I would have loved to get to know each of these characters a bit more, perhaps even by way of back story, to know what about the other was unlike anything they’d had before.

That said, the night Chelsea and Alec spent together was hot and very enjoyable. As an optimist, I’ll believe the two made a relationship work, and are living happily ever after. For a fun, quick, sexy escape, this is a good one to pick up.

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