Who Doesn’t Love A Pilot?

Playboy PilotPlayboy Pilot by Penelope Ward
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I just love these two authors! I have yet to be disappointed in a book that they’ve co-authored. While this wasn’t my favorite of the books they’ve written together, I thought it was great nonetheless.

Kendall is taking a break from her life when she meets Carter. She needs a little space to clear her head. A wealthy trust fund baby, she is forced to choose between her lavish lifestyle and her principles. Her grandfather has placed some extreme conditions on her trust fund, which must be met by her twenty-fifth birthday or she forfeits the wealth.

Carter is an airline pilot that has spent years hiding from his heartache in the vaginas of flight attendants across the globe. He’s a legend of sorts in the airline community. He’s a manwhore.

When the two meet, sparks fly. They’re drawn to each other and quickly strike up a friendship. For the first time in a long time, Carter actually has to put some effort into a relationship with a female.

Kendall doesn’t cave in to her physical attraction to Carter easily. So, there was plenty of build-up and anticipation. I really enjoyed the tension and the slow-burn as these two got to know each other.

There was plenty of twists and turns along the way also. I can’t say that there was anything shocking or unexpected, but just enough action to keep things interesting. Characters from past books also make a cameo appearance, which was terrific. I, for one, will never get enough of my favorite fictional goat!

Overall, I thought this was a great story. It was sweet and relatively quick at around seven hours for the audiobook. It was a good way to pass a little time.

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4 thoughts on “Who Doesn’t Love A Pilot?

    1. You might be on to something. I haven’t read Turbulence yet, but it is sitting on my shelf. I love Whitney G.’s other legal series (having a case of dementia with the title, but it’ll come to me). I’m sure I’ll love Turbulence if it is half as entertaining. Thanks for the heads-up. ! πŸ™‚ xoxo

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