Flying Solo (Men of London, #6)Flying Solo by Susan Mac Nicol
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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I am new to Susan Mac Nicol and her talent, and I am grateful to have found her. This is book six in the Men of London series and I can’t wait to read the first five and hopefully many more to come. She has a way of bringing out the emotions in the scene just perfectly. I laughed, I winced, and I cried, all within twenty pages.

This a story about hope. Hope of redemption and forgiveness. This is about taking a risk and going for it when you are scared. We meet Maxwell at the lowest point in his life, his best friend and lover has just died and he thinks he is to blame. Living on the streets with no family, Max does what he needs to survive. Fast forward eleven years and Max is now a flight attendant who loves to go the extra mile for the lucky passenger that catches his eye. Gibson just happens to that passenger on one of his flights. Gibson’s a video game developer who isn’t interested in anything long term. Max just might be able to change the way both of them feel. The relationship that transpires is flawed and beautiful. Gibson is the foundation Max needs to overcome the heartbreak of his youth and together they are able forge a bond that seems unbreakable.

I loved this story. It started as your typical tragic love story but very quickly I realized just how special this book is. There are so many unique things used in unique ways in this book that I will never look at them the same again. Being a M/M romance book this is not a genre that I have read often and I am regretting that decision. It was a nice reprieve from the usual and a different perspective is always refreshing. It may be a different take but the point of it still the same I think, love is love. We all need it and some of us will do anything to get it, and to keep it. I look forward to learning all about the Men of London.
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