Fly Away with Me
For busy lawyer Eden Blaine, a trip to a Pacific Northwest island she's never even heard of is far from a vacation. Eden's ailing mother has tasked her with finding her long-lost aunt, who once had ties to a commune on the island. Still reeling from a breakup with her longtime boyfriend, romance is the last thing Eden is looking for. But her gorgeous seaplane pilot has her wondering if a carefree rebound fling is exactly what she needs. . .
Aaron Gabriel has no illusions about happily ever after. His troubled childhood made sure of that. But he does appreciate a pretty woman's company, and Eden is the exact combination of smart and sexy that turns him on. Still, as he helps her search for her missing aunt, the casual relationship he imagined quickly becomes something much more passionate--and much harder to give up. Can two people determined to ignore romance recognize that their heated connection is the kind of love destined to last?
This book is a charming read. I like the island of Blue Moon Harbor. It is a place I would want to visit. The people and the atmosphere have a ease and pleasant aura about them that makes me want to be friends with everyone.
I do agree with another reader that I thought that Aaron came off a little too heavy in the beginning towards Eden. Yet, at the same time, I feel like it was the nudge that Eden needed to open herself towards possible love again. Which, speaking of the romance between Eden and Aaron. It was sweet. There was a connection that went beyond just sex. So for me it was the right amount for this story. Author, Susan Fox let the story be the main focal point and Eden and Aarons romance played out among it.
What I took away from this book is opening your heart to new opportunities, second chances, and family. This book is a nice start to this new series from author, Susan Fox. Readers of contemporary romance stories will enjoy this book. Blue Moo Harbor had me over the moon for more!