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Learning To Fly
     

Learning To Fly

4.5 8
by Melissa Snark
 
Cassandra Claeys is a bohemian artist with a passion for shoes and architecture. Her past wasn't pretty and she's got the scars to prove it, but she's determined to live and love again and she's hoping her newest client is just the man for the job. But the crazed serial killer that once held her captive escapes from prison, willing to kill again to make his manical

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Cassandra Claeys is a bohemian artist with a passion for shoes and architecture. Her past wasn't pretty and she's got the scars to prove it, but she's determined to live and love again and she's hoping her newest client is just the man for the job. But the crazed serial killer that once held her captive escapes from prison, willing to kill again to make his manical fantasies come true.

Architect Kyle McCloud hires the fiery redhead to illustrate his latest project, never dreaming that she would bring passion and danger to his door. Cassie is easily spooked and as flighty as one of his injured birds, but he's willing to work overtime to make her soar for him alone.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015450958
Publisher:
The Wild Rose Press
Publication date:
09/10/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
569 KB

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Learning To Fly 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has good sex scenes, plot, and characters. Worth buying
LisaRayns More than 1 year ago
Learning to Fly is a beautifully crafted romance about a woman learning to love and trust again after she’s been hurt by a madman. When he escapes from prison, she takes refuge with the one man who can break down all her defenses. I love this book! The symbolic usage is inspiring. The characters are realistic and enduring, a couple you won’t easily forget. Suspense and tension rose steadily along with the romance, and I couldn’t stop reading. I was captivated by Cassie and Kyle’s story and I highly recommend this novel!
KristyHeinicke More than 1 year ago
I was given an ARC of 'Learning to Fly' from Melissa Snark, in exchange for an honest review. WOWZER, I was hooked from the very start of this suspense filled book, glued to the page from the first chapter until the very last. I will say Melissa covered a very sensitive topic with gentleness & care, as some of the scenes are traumatic. I loved the growth made by our lead Cassie, especially when her dark past comes after her again. I will say our leading man Kyle was gentle when needed, hard when needed & a knight when needed, he made Cassie feel safe enough to start living again. I'm hoping there is more to this book as I want to know what happens with Kyles brother... I was literally gripping the seat of my chair in parts of this book.
aries_sword More than 1 year ago
TRUE LOVE HEALS!! Learning to Fly: A suspenseful romance. This story features Cassie a sultry, red-headed beautiful artist; Kyle a buffed, charismatic architect. TERROR HAS CASSIE QUERYING HER DESIRES!!! The story is filled with potent, impressive and engaging characters, plot spectacular, lives in jeopardy, secrets unfold, pent up fury, suspense, banter superb, emotions spiral, jaw-dropping spine-tingling romance, and a conclusion that soars and soothes the soul. SPECTACULAR fast paced exhilarating well indited read by a gifted author. The fusion of authenticity and fantasy make the story fierce and impressive. Cassie's character is awe-inspiring and Kyle's undying devotion and patience is definitely praise worthy. A most gratifying read and I loved it from start to finish. If you relish stories with suspense and sizzling romance; this is definitely a terrific book for your library. In the world of fantasy romance the possibilities are illimitable but always fascinating. {I received an arc for a thoroughly truthful review}. Without reservations I highly recommend this book.
hanras More than 1 year ago
Red is running and run she does to the gentle, calm Kyle. Can this artist trust him? The story has a great speed to it, not fast and definitely not slow. I loved the ending! The housekeeper, playing a important role, is a endearing character! I am pleasently surprised by Kieran and can not wait to read his story! Does the madman steal Red? Awesome story!
Got_Romance_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Cassie is on the run from a serial killer who escaped from prison after kidnapping and torturing her several years ago. She runs straight to Kyle McCloud, who is supposed to be her new employer. He knows immediately that something dark haunts her and he's determined to help her. Lucky for them both, Kyle's twin brother Kieran is a former Army ranger and now owns a security firm. With the McCloud brothers working to keep her safe, she may get out of this alive.  I really enjoyed the motherly housekeeper, Shelly Arthur. She and her husband Henry, the groundskeeper, took care of Kyle and Kieran after their parents died tragically when the boys were only sixteen. Now, as grown men, their interaction with Shelly is teasing and loving while still respectful. She is outspoken and demanding as only a mother would be. I laughed out loud at her manipulation when presenting Kyle with forms to sign, putting him on a waiting list with an exclusive nanny agency, even though he has no current prospects for a wife and no plans for children in the near future. Yet, he still signs the papers.  The hawk rescue was an interesting part of the story. Early in the story, Kyle is called out to save an injured hawk. He nurses it back to health until it is ready to be set free to fly again. His actions with the hawk is symbolic of his relationship with Cassie. He is also helping to save her, while drawing her out of her shell and helping her to trust again so she is free from the past and ready to give love as well as accept it. As successful as he is with the hawks, it gives the reader hope that he is the right man for the job with Cassie as well.  "Learning to Fly" is very well written with a solid story line and like-able characters. There are a couple of times, it alludes to a woman in Kieran's life, hopefully setting up the next installment.
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