The Captain & the Best Man by Eleanor Harkstead & Catherine Curzon

The Captain & the Best Man by Eleanor Harkstead & Catherine Curzon
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (152 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

When Josh meets handsome airline pilot Captain Guy Collingwood on a sun-kissed island, he finds out what flying first class really means!

When Josh leaves the rainy shore of England for the sun-drenched tropical island of St Sebastian, his biggest worry is remembering his best man’s speech. But a chance meeting with handsome airline pilot Captain Guy Collingwood leads to a hot and raunchy holiday romance.
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Guy’s everything Josh is looking for in his ideal man. Mature, dashing and confident, he’s also single and more than happy to show Josh the pleasures of St Sebastian. Yet Guy’s unruffled demeanor hides a past regret. Is the wedding of Josh’s best friend about to reopen a painful chapter that has never fully closed?

As a fearsome tropical storm threatens the island paradise and a broken family threatens Josh and Guy’s happiness, the stakes have never been higher. Can St Sebastian work its magic to heal past wounds and will Josh and Guy’s holiday fling take flight?

What happens if you put an older pilot with a young HR Manager? Well, let me tell you. Bliss in St. Seb’s would be the correct answer!

Guy and Josh – or Gosh – enter a whirlwind romance that starts with a cinnamon bun at the airport but quickly transforms into real emotions. Josh is there to be best man to his best friend and Guy is at St. Seb’s for some well-deserved downtime in his home. Now, of course, the path of true love can’t run smoothly. Where’s the fun in that? However, in this book, it’s not THEIR path that is troubled. I won’t bother telling you about it, that’s what the blurb is for. Just trust me when I say the storm isn’t only on the outside!

The descriptions in this book are outstanding. St. Seb’s is now an island I want to visit after reading about the blue seas and white sands. The emotions are also really well-written, making it easy to understand just how something becomes the big deal as it is.

I found the pacing to be smooth and the characters genuinely likeable. I’d love to actually have some of the fiction become fact on my next flight but I really can’t see that happening somehow. All in all, this was a great read with love being the star of the show. Absolutely recommended by me.


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