Genre: Romance, New Adult

Age: 18+

Recommendation: Yes, to anyone looking for a story of two people who spent their lives as friends and what happens when they stumble into forbidden territory.

Type: Series, the second is yet to be released

Summary: I liked this book a lot. It was gritty, real and full of believable drama. + really good female lead + believable male lead + sexual tension + love scenes are hot an not overly done +authentic motocross terminology ( isn’t super try hard)

Synopsis:

Meet Colton Wade, FMX rider…

I’m just a small town guy who caught a lucky break. Now I’m living the dream, on the brink of high-flying super-stardom. But something’s missing.

That something is Taylor.

She’s my best friend. The one who makes me want to push harder and higher. The one I fall back on when shit gets tough. The one I’d give it all up for.

I’d do anything to protect her. To make her dreams come true too.

But a single night changes everything.

And now the one she needs protection from…is me.

Full Review:

Fly by Molly McLain is due to be released March 14, 2016 and is the first book in a two book duo. The conclusion is set to be released sometime this year. Short and to the point, this story focused on the increasingly complicated relationship between two people and all the people around them caught in the crossfire.

My heart beats a little faster and my hands begin to shake, because I haven’t seen him in five months and, when I open that door, I’m going to make a fool out of myself. Ah, screw it.

One of the best things about this book is that the big stuff doesn’t happen right away. I love a book that can get you involved and make you wait ( but not too long) for what you really want. I also really enjoyed that the decisions the characters make are consistent. All too often in stories, the author will build up a female lead as smart and strong and then she starts making completely bone head choices that seem out of character. The way the author wrote this allows for you to understand each characters thought process as the story progresses.

The story is a quick read and kept me involved. Colton and Taylor are both complex, their chemistry is hot and their relationship felt real. Both have understandable flaws and weak points. It was a fun, entertaining read. With a lot of adult language and really hot sex scenes this book is for the grown and sexy only.

To find more information click the links below:

On B&N: Fly

On Goodreads: Fly

On Amazon: Fly

 

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for a honest review. Thank you Molly McLain !