Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Angela Shirley

Taking FlightTaking Flight by Brooke May
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have lived in the shadow of my sister for far too long, well I want to live my life and be free. Then in walked him and changed my life completely.

Jody is stuck in a carousel going round in circles, she is beholden to her twin sister the country music star, Jilly but Jody has had enough of the constant antics of her sister and wants to just be her. That’s when in Germany she meet him, Holt is just what she needs to escape the hamster wheel.

Holt is in a rut of his own, in the Air Force on leave and decided to enjoy the local sites and sample the German ladies, but when he see Jody he knows he needs to help and protect her from the life she is in at the moment, but can he recuse her and let her take flight.

This book was well written and I loved the two main characters of Holt and Jody, the chemistry just popped off the page and was a pleasure to read. I must admit I could have smacked her sister with the tricks and demands she was pushing but how the author wrote a character who took everything in her stride was refreshing. I felt so sorry for Jody and loved the fact that she found Holt and that he was perfect for her.

Although this book is part of a series, it can be read as part of the series or a stand alone story and you would be able to follow perfectly. This is not the first book I have read by this author and certainly will not be the last.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

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