Saturday, 15 October 2016

Book review - Fly Me Home by Candi Wall

Fly Me Home by Candi Wall
4/5 stars 


He needs her for one reason…but winds up wanting her for a hundred more.

Elizabeth McCarthy needs a scoop for her local newspaper, and the Fashion for the Future Ball is the perfect opportunity—until Murphy’s Law kicks in. But she’s saved from public humiliation by the last man she thought would notice her. Ultra-sexy fashion critic Ian Malcolm.

Ian is tired. Tired of playing games, tired of people letting him down. Elizabeth is a breath of fresh air he didn’t know he was missing. She even makes him laugh. On impulse, he makes her an enticing offer: she gets the story she needs, and he gets a sexy companion to keep the media vultures off his back.

It’s a business deal. Easy as pie. Yet as their association takes them around the world, Ian remembers what it’s like to experience everything for the first time—and fills Elizabeth’s neglected bag of sexual tricks to the brim.

Once the whirlwind trip is over, though, they’re left with one unexpected hunger left unsatisfied—the hunger for something more lasting than lust.

Warning: Contains a sweet country girl steeped in small-town values, and a big-city man who doesn’t hesitate to guide her through his bisexual and ménage-a-licious world of sinful pleasures.


Fly Me Home is a feel good romance with an erotic edge to it. I really enjoyed this book - it's funny, sweet but oh so sexy. The storyline was intriguing and the main characters were both interesting. I'd have liked it to be just a touch longer though, as it's a fairly quick read. If you're looking to escape from the real world for a couple of hours, this is the ideal book for you.

Elizabeth is a reporter for a local newspaper and she needs a big story, and she thinks she'll find it at the Fashion for the Future ball. Saved from embarrassment by top fashion critic Ian Malcolm, he makes her an offer she can't refuse. He'll give her a story if she'll keep him company on a long trip and keep the media off of his back. On a whirlwind adventure around the world, Ian shows Elizabeth a world of sensual pleasure she never knew existed. When the trip is over will they still want more?

This is a fun book, it's very entertaining but also very sexy. The relationship dynamics between Ian and Elizabeth were interesting - and their chemistry was red hot! This is the first book that I've read by this author, but it won't be the last. Fly Me Home receives four out of five stars.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.

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