Thursday, November 5, 2015

Book Review: Long Haul (The Mile High Club #2) by Michael P. Thomas

Flight attendants, Clark Arnold and Tanner Bradac, find themselves on an extended layover in San Francisco when the Supreme Court rules in favor of marriage equality. Riding the high of happiness, the two men venture into the city that seems to be alight with joy and pride.

A misunderstanding, some pushy, but well-intentioned new friends and a simmering attraction for one another lead them to stand before a judge and get married on a whim. Now that they've made a commitment to one another, they must now get to know each other beyond random make-out sessions and work.

I liked the first half of this story and witnessing the surprising union of Clark and Tanner, but once the they were married, the book, in my opinion, loses its steam until the final act. Clark and Tanner were very compatible physically, but once they had to settle down and live day-to-day life, the cracks in their hasty marriage showed. I liked the characters, but this book glaringly proves that getting to know someone in a relationship is very important. I felt a little let down that one person had to give up his dreams because the other refused to budge in his stance. I immediately thought about the old adage "set in his ways" and feared that this couple probably wouldn't make past their two-year anniversary.

2.5 stars

                          A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review.

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~ M

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