Title: Life To My Flight
Series: The Heroes of The Dixie Wardens MC #4
Author: Lani Lynn Vale
Genre: Adult, Motorcycle Club Romance
Release Date: March 5, 2015
Photographer: FuriousFotog (Golden Czermak)
Cover Model: Nick Bennett
You’re The Life
Cleo’s a Pararescueman for the U.S. Air Force. When a PJ is called, it’s because everyone else has said no. It’s one of the most dangerous jobs in the entire military, but also one of the most rewarding. It’s the reason he doesn't form relationships. He’s seen his teammates divorce one by one, and he doesn't want to do that to a woman. Especially one that he’s supposed to love. However, nowhere in his grand scheme did he plan for the force that was Rue.
Rue’s life has been rough. What she needs is a break. One that’ll distract her from the fact that she’s drowning in responsibility. It comes in the form of a dark and dangerous biker who has a habit of putting his life on the line. He gives her the world, and she holds on with both hands, knowing that he only wants to be friends. Or does he?
Thinking she knows what’s best, she pushes him too far, causing his control to take flight, and Cleo to disappear before the dust settles. One night of passion turns into a year of heartbreak as Rue tries to find the ability to move on from Cleo. He was pretty clear with his wishes, and they didn't include her.
Cleo’s not through with Rue, though. Not even a little bit. She’ll be his. All it’ll take is a little bit of…persuasion.
I really love the way that Lani writes this series. Not only how well her writing style flows but how the MC aspect is almost a backseat to the hero's main job. It's there but not the forefront of the story. It's there and a part of every story, but it's almost like its a supporting storyline to everything else.
I loved the pull between our two characters and their bond. I love how they had history to overcome before they could have a future. My only wish is that we could have had more of a why with the sisters. Maybe more of a resolution or confrontation, more of a stance, more of him putting his foot down. But I love that we get more info on Silas too, little by little I'm loving the info that unfolds. I think what I love the most is the brotherhood with the boys. How they protect each other, how they do so much together and include the women in the fold so well. It's not without hesitAtion or reluctance, but once they prove themselves they're part of the family.
My heart leaped and jumped and broke in this story. Lanis writing style is smooth and she is sure to deliver a book you can't put down.
I’m a married mother of three. My kids are all under 5, so I can assure you that they are a handful. I’ve been with my paramedic husband now for ten years, and we’ve produced three offspring that are nothing like us. I live in the greatest state in the world, Texas.