Review: Fly Me Home (Home is Where the Heat Is #4) by Candi Wall

January 22, 2016 Review 0

Review: Fly Me Home  (Home is Where the Heat Is #4) by Candi Wall

"He needs her for one reason but winds up wanting her for a hundred more."

"Home is Where the Heat Is," Book 4

Elizabeth McCarthy needs a scoop for her local newspaper, and the Fashion for the Future Ball is the perfect opportunity until Murphy s Law kicks in. But she s saved from public humiliation by the last man she thought would notice her. Ultra-sexy fashion critic Ian Malcolm.

Ian is tired. Tired of playing games, tired of people letting him down. Elizabeth is a breath of fresh air he didn t know he was missing. She even makes him laugh. On impulse, he makes her an enticing offer: she gets the story she needs, and he gets a sexy companion to keep the media vultures off his back.

It s a business deal. Easy as pie. Yet as their association takes them around the world, Ian remembers what it s like to experience everything for the first time and fills Elizabeth s neglected bag of sexual tricks to the brim.

Once the whirlwind trip is over, though, they re left with one unexpected hunger left unsatisfied the hunger for something more lasting than lust.

"Warning: Contains a sweet country girl steeped in small-town values, and a big-city man who doesn t hesitate to guide her through his bisexual and menage-a-licious world of sinful pleasures.""

Title: Fly Me Home
Author: Candi Wall
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Bring Me Home
Series: Home is Where the Heat Is #4
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Bring Me Home
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: January 26th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Romance
Pages: 168 pages
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Elizabeth is a reporter tasked to get a fashion inside scoop story and the best way to do that is to attend a Fashion For the Future Gala. Unfortunately her boss didn’t think to get her a ticket for entry to the gala, so she has to be creative in order to sneak in. During her “sneak in”, she’s caught by Ian Malcolm-guru fashion critic! Ian saves her from certain humiliation and their connection is sizzling!

Ian is tired of playing games. He’s tired of the whole fashion rat race of fake people and anyone willing to ride his coattails to fame and fortune. Elizabeth is the fresh prospective he didn’t know he needed. She’s funny and in a matter of moments, he realizes he’s really enjoying her company. He makes her an offer-travel with him on the fashion runway circuit, and he will get her the story she needs. Plus it will keep the media at bay regarding his bachelor status. Win-win for the both of them!

Ian’s offer is too good to pass up for Elizabeth! She’s never been anywhere, especially outside the US! So she has to take it-plus who wouldn’t want to spend time with someone as sexy as him?? As Ian flies her to exotic places on a worldwide tour, he loves seeing these places, that he’s been so many times before, with Elizabeth’s fresh eyes! It gives him a new lease on life, so to speak. Of course the trip would not be complete without a sexual awakening for Elizabeth as well! Let’s just say, Ian is a sexual dynamo! Whew! It is getting hot in here!! I absolutely loved how Ian took her limited experience, and built her into a strong and confident woman who isn’t afraid to ask for what she wanted. That doesn’t happen overnight and I relished the journey she was on! He’s got such a way with words-did I mention it was super hot???

Once the trip is over and reality is back, Ian and Elizabeth each have their demons to work through. Both have a deep hole and a sense of hunger that only the other can fill. Each come from totally different backgrounds and worlds, that they are at a quandary on how to mix the two-but both are miserable. I really liked that Ian seemed to totally embrace Elizabeth and all she had to offer especially her small-town perspective.

I appreciated the dual point of views, so we get a real feel of the character each had. I am a fan of the dual POV. This was done right! It flowed seamlessly and Candi Wall did a great job of giving us that little bit of extra information we crave without being overly wordy or too involved in one’s head. Fly Me Home is Book four in the Home is Where the Heat Is series and can be read as a standalone. I enjoyed it so much I intend to go back and catch up on the others in the series! Candi Wall is making a name for herself and is quickly becoming a new one-click author sight unseen!

 

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