Fly (Velocity, #1)

Fly (Velocity, #1)

by Molly McLain

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BN ID: 2940152853209
Publisher: Molly McLain
Publication date: 03/11/2016
Series: Molly McLain's Velocity Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 633,155
File size: 474 KB

About the Author

Molly McLain lives in a tiny Wisconsin town with her husband, three kids, and a sassy dog. She loves fountain soda, jellybeans, Luke Bryan and Avenged Sevenfold, thunderstorms, and camping at quiet lakes. She's been scribbling down love stories since she was old enough to dream about happily ever afters, and now she writes sexy, small town romance for real.

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Fly (Velocity, #1) 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put this down!!! The chemistry is amazing and I can't wait to see what happens. The ending:)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Found some mistakes in the writing . Just the overall story was lame. The use if the first word was overkill .
mandamorgan More than 1 year ago
** spoiler alert ** It's ok except it ends on a cliffhanger. Which it hate. He's very sweet. And at the beginning she's supportive. Then she's not and very winey. Didn't like her at the end. Definitely not getting the next one. Just not my style of story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was too immature. I did not like how they danced around each others feelings. So lame!! I thought your poetry was awesome! Good job!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was good. It will continue in another book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fly was so good I couldn't put it down. Taylor and Colton have such a good relationship until they crossed the line and became lovers. She wants him but doesn't want to be in his world. Colton wants her but has the life he's always dreamed of. Then there's the woman who does everything she can to get between them.
LittleMissBookmark More than 1 year ago
I've never read anything by Molly McLain before and while I wish that I had found her sooner, it's really not surprising that I haven't. She had her first book published in 2014, so she's a very young author in the published world. But let me tell you, she has a crap-ton of books out already. I believe that all of them are less than 200 pages but don't quote me on that. They are shorter books and there's nothing wrong with that. It looks like she puts them out fairly quickly, so there will not be any waiting a year or so for the next installment. Which is a good thing because Fly ended in one of those damn cliffhangers that I despise so much. I really enjoyed getting to know the main characters, Taylor and Colton. It's not too often that you can read a true "friends to lovers" novel. I've read quite a few books that said that they are F to L but it never really comes off as that to me. Anyway, McLain did a great job of completely separating the friendship from any romantic feelings within the characters. It honestly read as if Colton and Taylor were amazingly close friends. They didn't resent each other or the feelings that they were keeping close and not sharing. It just made for an interesting novel considering there truly was a transformation of their relationship from one level to the next. The chemistry that they both begrudgingly gave in to eventually was almost palpable. The feelings between Colton and Taylor felt so real that it just gave the book some added depth. The story itself was great. I wasn't too sure how I would feel about reading something that revolved around BMX type stuff because I'm just not interested in it but while it played a massive part in the book, it didn't overwhelm the storyline or detract from the romantic aspects of the novel. Again, it just added another level of depth. Everything moved along at a great clip. I didn't find myself wishing that the book would just move on to something important. It was just an all-around great book. But if it was so amazing, why did I give it only four stars? Well, it's the damn cliffhanger. I'm telling you, the person who invented the cliffhanger should be punched in the throat. Multiple times. I just can't stand cliffhangers. I think I was just super irritated about it the next book isn't out and the blurb didn't say that it was continued in another novel. Not that I wouldn't have read it but I like to be prepared for someone to yank the rug out from under me. That being said, it's still a great book and you should definitely pick it up. I'll be reading more books by McLain in the very near future. * I received this novel in exchange for an honest review *
Jessica62404 More than 1 year ago
This is my first book by Molly McLain and oh my gosh was it freaking awesome. This is a book about best friends Colton ,a FMX rider, and Taylor a sweet heart stuck at home. They end up taking their relationship to the next level when Taylor goes and visits Colton in his world, everything changes, not for the better. I absolutely loved loved loved these characters Taylor is such a good girl next door you just want to be friends with her. Colton Wade is so freaking hot and I love when he is with Taylor ah lawd I swoon so hard, you can feel that he is so in love with her. But it ends in a OMG cliffhanger I need the next book now. I will be reading the rest of Molly Mclain's books for sure .
BookMafiaBlog More than 1 year ago
Genre: Romance, New Adult Age: 18+ Recommendation: Yes, to anyone looking for a story of two people who spent their lives as friends and what happens when they stumble into forbidden territory. Type: Series, the second is yet to be released Summary: I liked this book a lot. It was gritty, real and full of believable drama. + really good female lead + believable male lead + sexual tension + love scenes are hot an not overly done +authentic motocross terminology ( isn’t super try hard) Full Review: Fly by Molly McLain is due to be released March 14, 2016 and is the first book in a two book duo. The conclusion is set to be released sometime this year. Short and to the point, this story focused on the increasingly complicated relationship between two people and all the people around them caught in the crossfire. My heart beats a little faster and my hands begin to shake, because I haven’t seen him in five months and, when I open that door, I’m going to make a fool out of myself. Ah, screw it. One of the best things about this book is that the big stuff doesn’t happen right away. I love a book that can get you involved and make you wait ( but not too long) for what you really want. I also really enjoyed that the decisions the characters make are consistent. All too often in stories, the author will build up a female lead as smart and strong and then she starts making completely bone head choices that seem out of character. The way the author wrote this allows for you to understand each characters thought process as the story progresses. The story is a quick read and kept me involved. Colton and Taylor are both complex, their chemistry is hot and their relationship felt real. Both have understandable flaws and weak points. It was a fun, entertaining read. With a lot of adult language and really hot sex scenes this book is for the grown and sexy only. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for a honest review. Thank you Molly McLain !
bouncyberthaCR More than 1 year ago
3.5 - "You're my best friend. Nothing will ever change that." Stars! Molly threw me for a bit of a loop with FLY, and be warned if you are expecting River Bend with Motocross bikes thrown in you are in for a bit of a surprise. Although the writing is still very much in the author’s usual style, the characters, settings and story-line most definitely aren’t. There is plenty of drama and angst in this book, as you would expect with a group of twenty-somethings, living it large. Taylor is stuck at home in Maribel, working a dead end job and watching her dreams float by in the distance while her best friend of fifteen years, Colton Wade makes a name and reputation for himself on the Motocross circuit. The lifestyles they both live, are pretty much at opposite ends of the scale. I need more Taylor in my life, but I don’t know how to tell her. There are two things that become pretty apparently, pretty early on in this book and that is Coltons lack of interest in taking responsibility for the situations he gets himself into, a lot of them you as a reader can see having Car Crash written all over them in Neon lights from the get-go, also that him and Taylor are very much on the cusp of stepping from BFF territory into something including a whole lot more naked time together. "I know what you’re packing… And frankly it’s not that impressive. If it were I would’ve had you naked a long time ago." But you can also see that with the bigger picture neither of them are really ready for a steady commitment. Him due to his lifestyle and the truck load of baggage he is carrying around, and her due to the fact she is struggling to face up to and deal with issues at home and with the other guys in her life. "I want to share more than phone calls with you." Although not my favorite book by Molly, and I think this is more because of the nature of the plot and characterizations, especially considering I am not a massive drama/angst addict, it was still a relatively easy read. Nothing was dragged out to the extent that it got annoying, and although both of them make poor decisions about almost everything as it progresses, they are both for the most part a likeable pair. Be warned FLY does end on a massive cliffy, and although I was expecting it to end up in the air, I was not expecting how it would be handled. Not too long to wait for Flight though, and I am interested to see how Molly handles the second half of this couples story, with all the threads that are needing to be tied off in it. ARC generously provided by the author, and it was my pleasure to provide the above honest review.
MBurton More than 1 year ago
Holy cow, this ended on a nail biting cliffhanger and the 2nd book doesn't come out until May. You've got best friends that grew up together that both have felt something more but never acknowledged until they can't deny it anymore. Their interactions as they start to realize their feelings was actually very cute. Colton was adorable with his behavior towards Taylor. But then you got Brea, the girl who wants Colton for herself and will stop at nothing to keep him close. The last half of the book is pretty angsty with the a nail biting ending. This is one of my favorite reads but I admit I'm nervous for the conclusion. It might get worse before it gets better. It's gonna be hard waiting two months for the next book! ARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You can't speak to me, <br> but l can see it in your eyes- <br> you understand exacktly how l feel <br> <br> Nothing you couls tell me <br> would come as a surprise. <br> l know your heart, so beautiful and real. <br> <br> We run, and the world blurs <br> into streams of colored light. <br> My troubles fall behind and disappear. <br> <br> You're with me in my dreams, <br> and it feels so true and right. <br> Anything can happen when you're neer. <br> <br> When l'm with you, <br> I'm strong and free- <br> and l know there's more <br> l'm supposed to be. <br> <br> l don't know how, <br> andl don't know why, <br> but you give me wings, <br> and with wings l can fly! <br> <br> Sometimes l get restless, <br> and l think l lost my mind. <br> l don't know what l'm trying so hard to do. <br> <br> But no matter what fate brings us, <br> l know l'm going to find <br> we can handle it together me and you. <br> <br> When l'm with you, <br> l'm strong and free, <br> Come with me, <br> and we'll claim the sky, <br> because you give me wings, <br> and with wins l can fly! <br> <br> (by Silver)