Published by EverAfter Romance on September 19th 2016
Narrator: Andi Arndt, Sebastian York
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From the New York Times bestselling authors of Stuck-Up Suit and Cocky Bastard, comes a sexy new standalone novel.
Money or love? Which would you choose?
You probably just answered the question in your head thinking it's an easy decision.
For me, it's not. Did I mention it's a lot of money? A hell of a lot.
I needed to go far away to think it through.
As I embarked on an impulsive trip, I hit a detour when I met sexy Carter in the airport lounge. We struck up a heated conversation.
Then, he left.
I thought I'd never see him again.
But fate had other plans.
Surprise! He was the pilot of my flight.
The bigger surprise was the adventure that followed after the plane landed.
Carter was dangerous and always on the move.
Even though our connection was magnetic, I knew it was only temporary.
He would give me tickets, and I would follow him around the world to exotic places.
A bevy of flight attendant exes and rumors about Carter's reputation were never far behind.
I didn't know what to believe.
But I was addicted. Nothing else mattered anymore. And I was going to get hurt. Because a part of me wanted to be the one to finally ground the playboy pilot.
At the very least, he was taking me on a thrilling ride.
All good things must come to an end, right?
Except our ending was one I didn't see coming.
Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward have delivered another fun and sexy story with Playboy Pilot.
I loved Kendall and Carter’s spontaneous adventures and experiencing the various cultures through Kendall’s eyes. Their attraction is immediate, but I appreciated how the authors allow the characters to become friends before they become actual lovers.
They have a “no judgment” philosophy so Kendall accepts Carter’s playboy past—even when continually being confronted with a bevy of Carter’s ex-bedmates. By bevy I mean a ridiculous number of gorgeous co-workers. I’m not sure I could be so gracious. For Carter’s part, he looks beyond her spoiled rich girl problems.
The downside to the story is I just didn’t buy into Kendall’s dilemma. It’s nonsensical, and her solution is rather extreme. She also drags out her decision for far too long. I was able to put that aside for the most part, and focus on the enjoyable romance though.
Carter drastically changing his playboy ways in a matter of days is predictably formulaic and unrealistic, and yet it suited me just fine for a light read. The building chemistry between the pair is enjoyable, and even though I didn’t quite understand Kendall’s hesitation, the amount of sexual tension is perfect.
There’s nothing deep about the story, but I was in the mood for something quick and entertaining, and Playboy Pilot didn’t disappoint.