Flying in Love Blog Tour and Giveaway

Tuesday, June 16, 2020



Paige Hall’s happy ending may just be in sight. She has been dating her boyfriend for months and feels confident their relationship is going in the right direction—until she catches him kissing another woman. Humiliated and hurt, Paige retreats from the dating scene and pledges to never fall hard again as she throws herself into her work as a speech therapist. Her vow is upended in a grocery store parking lot when she is nearly run over by a handsome and very apologetic air force pilot.

Captain Jake Summers is everything a girl could dream of: charming, considerate, and hardworking. Despite Paige’s determination to avoid falling into another relationship, her resolve is no match for the whirlwind romance that ensues. When Jake is not flying, he and Paige are inseparable, and Paige begins to believe in happily ever afters again. But when the couple faces a heartrending loss, they must find strength in each other and in their faith or risk losing a once-in-a-lifetime love.

About the Author: Chalon Linton was first introduced to Jane Austen by a dear friend and now she can’t get enough of handsome men in tailcoats. Her intrigue in the genre stems from a nostalgic longing for manners, wit, and true love. Fortunately, Chalon found her dashing gentleman, married him, and now lives happily ever after in Southern California. Learn more here.

Review: The characters, Paige Hall and Jake Summers, create a lot of drama between themselves. Paige tries to protect herself from getting more hurt and be on-guard, but it holds her back and causes miscommunication and distrust. Jake Summers suffers from his own demons that he must overcome. The distrust and drama between the characters doesn't make it a relaxing read. It felt frustrating as a reader to read some of their immaturity and insecurities, but as the characters came together and found a strength in each other the characters become better to their family, friends, each other and themselves. I think that is the subtle beauty of this book that it pulls two struggling people together as one and the effects ripple into their other relationships. It also delves into human perception. I liked that the book also has a unique setting compared to most modern romances and stands apart in it's plot and characters. It's an interesting read. To learn more, click here.

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Please note that I received an book for free, however, this is my honest opinion. Please also note that there are affiliate links in this post. The giveaway is run by the publisher.

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