Review: Fly With Me by Chanel Cleeton

The excerpt of Fly With Me is what caught my attention as humour and and a bubbly and fun heroine is my catnip. Along with the gorgeous cover, I was really excited to get into Fly With Me. The beginning was fun and sets up most of the tone of the story. Jordan and Noah hit it straight off and there’s no one pursuing the other more both physically and emotionally and both soon fall hard for each other. Jordan has to get accustomed to military life, since Noah is assigned whenever he is needed. After the fun beginning, the first half has a slow pace with lots of sex until the second half. The second half of the story sucker-punched me with all the emotions!

Jordan and Noah both want their relationship to work but it means making compromises, and because of Noah’s commitment to the military, it means Jordan has to make more of them and it does cause some realistic tension, especially when it feeds into Jordan’s mother’s needling remarks about Jordan settling down at her age and being more responsible. The two of them work hard to be together and I loved their smexy times and the humour, especially Noah’s beard lol. As I said above, the second half, most especially the end, was emotional and brought all the feels. I won’t go into spoilers but it brings Noah and Jordan closer, and I think the darkest moment is the start of a future book down the road featuring two other side characters.

All in all this was an enjoyable read, with insight and detail to air-force pilots lives and how it can put major strains on family and romantic life, while also bringing people much more closer together.

I give Fly With Me a B

1 thought on “Review: Fly With Me by Chanel Cleeton”

  1. This sounds like a good read and right up my alley. Thanks for the review, I’m mighty curious about Noah and his beard now. Haha.

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