An Alisa Review: Up In The Air: Johannesburg by George Loveland



Rating:  4 stars out of 5


Looking for love is the last thing air steward, James Foster, is thinking about when he swaps flights to save his hung-over best friend’s job. He doesn’t know that fate has other ideas and he would fall for the tall, bearded passenger, Darren Busby, sat in 14D. Up in the air, James finds that the connection he has with Darren is too strong to ignore.


After missing the opportunity to ask for Darren’s number, James’ jaw hits the floor when Darren walks into the same hotel he is staying at. Butterflies and nerves take over, but soon give way to excitement as they get to know each other on the ground.


When James’ ex, Richard, shows up and begs for forgiveness, James has to decide if going back to the man who broke his heart would be worth it, or if he should finally move on and take a chance on Darren.


I really enjoyed this story.  James has been pouting over his ex and the truth about their relationship for awhile.  Meeting Darren gives him the opportunity to actually put Richard behind him and see how a real relationship could work.


I loved James and how much he just wanted to be in love and loved like most do.  And boy does he luck out, Darren seems like the sweetest guy and more than willing to work out their scheduling issues they may have.  It was easy to connect with these characters even with the story being told through James’s eyes because Darren was very open with how he felt.  I look forward to reading about Max’s story and more about Darren and James.


The cover art by Ethereal Ealain is great and gives a nice visual of the characters.


Sales Link:Amazon US | Amazon UK


Book Details:

ebook, 77 pages

Published: July 17, 2017 by LoveBow Publishing

Edition Language: English

Series: Up in the Air #1

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