This is the first book in The Miles High Club, although it can be read as a standalone.
I was upgraded to first class on a flight from London to New York.
The food, champagne, and service were impeccable.
The blue-eyed man sitting next to me, even better.
He was suave and intelligent.
We talked and laughed, and something clicked.
Fate took over and the plane was grounded, and we had an unexpected stopover for the night.
With no plans, we made our own.
We danced and laughed our way around Boston and had a night of crazy passion that no woman would ever forget.
That was twelve months ago, and I haven’t heard from him—until today.
I started a new job and met the CEO. You can imagine my surprise to see those naughty blue eyes dance with delight when he saw me across the mahogany desk.
But I’m not that carefree girl anymore. My life has changed, I have responsibilities.
I just got an email.
He wants to see me in his office for a private meeting at 8:00 a.m.
Naughty blue eyes have no place in the workplace.
What kind of private meeting does he have in mind?
I loved reading this book. The characters were great, I enjoyed the storyline and the plot developed at a good pace.
Emily was a brilliant character. She was strong, and was able to handle Jameson’s temper. She had a no crap attitude and didn’t let him get away with treating her the way he did at times. She also brought out the best in him.
Jameson was also a brilliant character. He had a bad temper when he got too stressed, and he was out of order at times, but I really liked him. He developed well as a character. He had a brilliant connection with Emily, and she was really able to destress him.
I loved the spark between them and the way it developed. When they were together, they were brilliant. They needed each other.
I was laughing so much when she took him camping. It was hilarious and brilliantly written. It was a moment when you knew that Emily brought the best out in Jameson, taking him out of his comfort zone.
The storyline was good and I enjoyed it. I liked their relationship at work, and I enjoyed her relationship with Molly and Aaron. I also liked Jameson’s brothers and how close he is with his family.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I loved the characters and I liked the storyline. I would definitely recommend this book.
My rating: 5/5*