The Flight by Erin M. Leaf

The Flight by Erin M. Leaf
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (62 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

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Ethan is tired of traveling, tired of fame, and he’s especially tired of pretending he’s straight. He’s been in the closet for so long it seems pointless to come out as bi, especially with his career in the balance. So what does he do when he meets sexy flight attendant Sebastian? He sings the man into the sack, because one hookup doesn’t mean he’s going to fall in love, right?

Sebastian wants nothing more than to work on his music. His fledgling career, however, doesn’t pay the bills, and so he works as a flight attendant. Sick of cleaning up baby puke and trying to stop random strangers sitting next to each other from killing themselves, Sebastian does some extra training and lands a good job working for a private charter airline that caters to wealthy clients. When Sebastian recognizes Ethan Clemantine – rock star musician – he can hardly believe his good fortune. Surely flirting a little with such a handsome guy wouldn’t be too bad, right?

This is a really sexy, light short story. I really enjoyed how even though there was clear chemistry as soon as Ethan and Sebastian met they didn’t jump right into bed immediately. There was a little time for me as a reader to see them both interact – first as worker and client but then as musicians collaborating together. This helped give me a good feel for how they fit together out of the bedroom and made their attraction and sexual chemistry a lot more believable to me. I also really liked the slight twist which the author put on the whole story – that of the star-struck fan, Sebastian, not being the one leaving their one-night-stand with regrets and wishing for more. I really enjoyed how that subtle shift in the usual plotline altered the whole story and made it feel fresh and different to me.

With two interesting characters and a whole world of differences in their circumstances and life, I found this to be a great story that held my attention throughout. While a bit of a fantasy – that of a famous person entering your life and the chemistry rocking off the charts almost immediately – there’s enough realism scattered throughout this story to make it both believable and relatable. A great, quick read that I enjoyed.

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