Love at First Flight
What if the guy in the airplane seat next to you turned out to be the love of your life? Juliana, happy in her career as a hair stylist, is on her way to visit her boyfriend of ten years who's working out of state. She's wondering why they're not engaged yet. Michael is going to his fiance's... show more
What if the guy in the airplane seat next to you turned out to be the love of your life? Juliana, happy in her career as a hair stylist, is on her way to visit her boyfriend of ten years who's working out of state. She's wondering why they're not engaged yet. Michael is going to his fiance's parents' home for an engagement party he doesn't want. A states' prosecutor, he's about to try the biggest case of his career, he hates the distraction, and he's having doubts about the relationship. They sit together on the plane, and discover they're on the same flight coming back. When the weekend is a disaster for each of them, they bond on the plane ride home. But life is full of complications, including their exes, who don't want to let go, and when Michael's trial turns dangerous, the two must confront what they value most in life... Praise for Line of Scrimmage: "I will definitely be reading more Marie Force." -Revisiting the Moon's Library "It was a book that made me laugh as well as cry. The three-dimensional characters were so vivid... hands down, this is the best romance I've read this year." -J. Kaye's Book Blog "With its humor and endearing characters, Force's charming novel will appeal to a broad spectrum of readers, reaching far beyond sports fans." -Shelley Mosley, Booklist
Format: Mass Market
Publish date: July 1st 2009
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 386
Edition language: English
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Very exciting and steamy story with lots of fast paced action and a complicated romance that had me just as conflicted as the heroine. I like how it was resolved. Attorney Michael sits next to hairdresser Juliana on a flight each is taking to meet their significant other.
3.5 stars. It's been too long since I read it to write a real review of this, so here are just some random thoughts I jotted down at the time:-- For much of this book, I was leaning towards 4 stars, because even though lots of things bothered me, it was really holding my interest and I find that rar...
OK, I was really liking this book until I got 90% of the way through it (wish I could tell you the page, but I read it on my Kindle). At that point, one of the characters did something so monumentally stupid (and out of character, I felt), that I almost didn't finish the book. Seriously, I put it ...