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Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book, even when I eas frustrated but thats what makes a great book. When it can get me to feel any sort of way, thats a win. This can be read as a standalone but i would recommend reading in order as you do see characters from the previous book in here.
I hope we get to see more of this town and these people, I will be first in line to read it.

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Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Michelle Austin

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this read. Jody has always been in her sister’s shadow. While out with some friends she meets Holt, but there is a mistaken identity. Jody is completely different from her sister and my heart really went out to what she had to deal with. She has finally had enough and wants to do something for herself.

I have to say I really fell for Hold right along with Jody. There is a moment that he comes to Jody’s defense and I loved it.

Will Jody finally achieve her dream? Will she also get a HEA with Holt?

Overall I really enjoyed this read. All of the characters added a great element to the story. You can read this book as a stand alone. The author does a great job with her writing and pulls you right in. I can’t wait to read more from the series. 1-click and get started today.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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Taking Flight (Code of Honor #2) by Brooke May-Review by Amanda Kimble

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May

Another read by May. Brooke knows what to do to keep her readers coming back. Taking Flight is the second book in the Code of Honor Series.

Jody has signed away her life because her sister always gets what she wants. While on tour she meets a handsome pilot who she falls for. The quote I chose for Jody is: “Since when is sex ever supposed to be pretty?”

Holt has had a long life in the Air Force as a pilot. Going to Germany was supposed to be a night filled with beer and women. German women, but life doesn’t always work like that. The quote I chose for Holt is: “If there is a nice woman out there, I haven’t found her yet.”

Highly recommended for Military Romance lovers.

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Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Alexandria Richard

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.75 stars

Rock star, military man, mistaken identity, romance

I absolutely love the rock star romance genre, and this is a fantastic new take on that! I enjoyed the mistaken identity twist.

I really enjoyed the contentious relationship of twins Jody (sometimes called JoJo) and Jilly. I really felt for Jody, always coming in second best to her younger sister, even though Jilly is a conceited, stuck up, snob.

I did’t like Holt when we’re introduced to him in this book. He’s just out on the prowl to get his, but through his interest in Jody he grew on me as we begin to see another side to him.

I enjoyed the “hide and seek” aspect of Holt and Jody getting together and finding themselves with and without their normal surroundings.

My reasoning for 3.5 stars with all the good things described above?: While I thoroughly enjoyed the book, it left me feeling like something was lacking, or that I was unfulfilled, but I can’t determine why or what was missing. I’m really enjoying this series as a whole and think this goes well with book one. I will certainly continue reading as new books come out.

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Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Kayla Octaviano

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

So cute! This book is a romance novel to keep in your bookcase for whenever you need a good pick me up. “Taking Flight” is about Holt, a pilot in the Air Force, and how he stumbled upon the woman who changed him. Jody is the band manager for her twin sister, but has a secret of her own. After being kept in the shadows for so long, she needs someone to inspire her to break free and fly. This book is about personal growth, confidence, love, and sacrifice. It has everything an amazing novel needs.

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Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Ashley Dover

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Jody Meadows grew up in the shadows of her twin sister. As an adult, she continues to live in her shadow as her sister is a popular country/pop singer. Jody writes the music while her sister performs and gets fame.

Holt Preston is an Air Force pilot. He joined the Air Force right after graduation. He loves the freedom of flying and has no plans to leave as his friends have done as they have settled down.

One night on leave, Holt goes bar hopping and ends up in the same bar as Jody Meadows. Only his friends think that she is Jilly, her famous sister. One touch sends electrical sparks between the two. The connection sets in motion happenstance meetings and both desire more from their lives than they have ever had before.

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Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Robin Rankin

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May

I wasn’t sure if I was going to love this book as much as the first but I did.  At first I felt so bad for Jody, but as I got further in I started feeling less sorry for her and was hoping she would finally stand up for herself.

Holt seemed to be at a crossroads but I think his chance encounter with Jody was the beat thing that could have happened to him.

There were some moments that I wanted to cheer out loud while others I wanted to shake Jody and her horrible sister.

I can’t see which one of the crew falls next.

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Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Sara Oxton

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Taking Flight by Brooke May a fabulous five-star read. This is number two in the code of honour series, and I loved it as much as the first, it was so nice to see the other side of the story, it just built more and created this amazing depth to everyone. It could be read as stand-alone, but I would highly recommend that you read them in order, as you do get so much from each story. Brooke May is such a compelling writer, I have enjoyed so many of their stories, but this series has been my favourite as even though I haven’t liked all of the characters but its just made it a much stronger story. Do not miss this amazing series, or this sublime author.

Review by @saraoxo

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Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Angelina Frazzini

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Taking Flight by Brooke May is book two of the Code of Honor series. This book can be read as a standalone but honestly you don’t want to miss book one.

Jody is always in her sister’s shadow. Her family tried to fulfill Jilly’s every need which means Jody is often neglected. She’s tired of living in the shadows and not living her own life so she’s ready to do something about it. Jody meets Holt after a mix up where he thought she was Jilly, which only firmed Jody’s decision to start loving life for herself. No one in her life has ever just been on her side. Everyone always bends to whatever Jilly wants, until Holt. Will Holt be able to help Jody take charge of her life?

I really enjoyed this book. You get sucked right in and I couldn’t put it down! I really felt for Jody. She just wanted to not live in the shadows anymore. She had so much strength and courage to go out and start living for herself. I highly recommend this book!

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Taking Flight (Code of Honor Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Jody Meadows is a woman to whom singing and music have been her escape from her life in the shadow of her twin sister, but when her sister wants something, she gets it and one fateful day, Jody signs her soul away so that her sister can get what she wants, again. Holt Preston is an Air Force Pilot and has been in the military for years, but now he is starting to feel like he is stuck, he has flown in and out of the front lines and seen more than his fair share while out there, but now he is on leave in Germany and all he wants is to take advantage of the German girls and beer, but this night is going to be something different.

Jody is taking the night off just to let loose and enjoy herself, yes, she has a couple of bodyguards with her, her hair is straightened, her contacts are in and she is dressed in her sisters clothing, but her sister she is not, as she down shot after shot, she loosens up and sings and dances the night away, until someone starts to dance with her. Holt and his friends are in the last bar of the night when he spots a beautiful and sexy woman singing and dancing on the bar, he has no idea who she is, but his friends do. He is so taken with her that he cannot resist trying his luck and approaching her while she dances and this one action starts a chain reaction of passion which neither of them were expecting.

In her shock at what she has done, Jody rushes out of the bar. back to her friends and complains she isn’t feeling well, so they head back to the hotel, but life goes on and the next afternoon amid a hangover from hell, Jody has to marshal her sister around to make sure she gets where she needs to be and at the right time, meanwhile, Holt has woken up not being able to stop thinking about the mystery woman at the bar the night before, to the point that he does everything he can to run into her again, however, when he does, he realises that she isn’t the person he thought, it turns out that it is someone in her entourage instead. At this point it makes it his mission to try and work out the mystery behind the woman and Jody is the woman he is intending on trying to figure out, but will she let him in, or will her sister do her usual thing and put a stop to whatever this could be before it can even start? This is a romance where two people meet and the connection is undeniable, but as external forces engage in the story, the ending is something you will be racing through the book to find.

Reviewedby @roxsannel

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