by Lisa Wilkes
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Pub Date 28 Jan 2020 | Archive Date 31 Mar 2023
Flight attendant Callie Schneider doesn't remember much about her wild South Florida layover. Her one night stand with sexy stranger Andrew was great, but a relationship is the last thing on her mind. Her life, a blend of global adventures and dazzling nights, is already perfect. Repercussions from that night threaten her carefree lifestyle and she is forced to reevaluate what is truly important. Will a bi-coastal romance filled with surprises she could never imagine finally bring her down to earth?
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Average rating from 5 members
What a lovely and interesting story from Lisa. Although it's sad to see them lose the baby but i love the way they put in effort to grow the relationship.
Callie Schneider is a flight attendant, homebased in San Francisco, California and a free spirit. During a layover in Palm Beach, Florida she has a one night stand with Andrew that results in an unexpected issue.
The story in written in first person point of view with Callie being the only viewpoint. I would have loved to have gotten Andrew's point of view too. I hesitate between 3 and 4 stars but I am going with 4 because it was nicely written and I did enjoy it. But I did have issues. I feel this story is more chick lit than romance. Callie and Andrew didn't spend much page time together. Most of the story evolved around Callie and her job and California friends. And while I did like Andrew, I felt he was too perfect. Too agreeable and perfect to be real. Overall, it was a good book but it didn't meet all my expectations for a romance.
I enjoyed reading this book as the main characters were strong. There was humour and also sadness in it. The story was simple, you could guess what would happen.l think it is a good book to read.
I enjoyed the look at the life of a flight attendant through this story, however, this book wasn't a win for me, unfortunately. Callie, the main character, found herself in what many would find to be an unfortunate situation. While I applaud her for making this situation work, I found some of what followed to be kind of unrealistic, in my opinion. I just had a hard time keeping myself engaged with the story and wanting to continue reading.
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