Freefall by Cassidy London
A huge monster of a man, a green eyed bearded giant. An alpha amongst men. Ex-military Irish paratrooper Conor Murphy, is the kind of man to stay away from. A hardened, rugged exterior hides demons that are too big to tame. Demons that can only be kept at bay by the adrenaline rush of the free fall.
When he finds himself having to jump tandem with a tantalizing little spitfire, staying professional all of a sudden becomes the one reserve he didn’t pack.
A post-grad summer of European fun, is what free spirited Ava Jackson is hoping will make her forget. Forget the pain of loss and betrayal that have followed her all her life. Seeing the sights and partying with her girlfriends are the only things this fiery redhead has in mind. That is, until she’s tied to the lap of a very imposing and insanely attractive instructor at 14,ooo feet in the air.
Arrogant and controlling meets fierce and scattered.
Skydiving was supposed to be a fun excursion. A bucket list check off. Until it became personal.
Freefall was a nice break from reality for me. How many times does a single woman (not that I’m single but hey this is a break from reality, right?) dream that she will meet a guy while on vacation who will just be everything she has wanted in a man? I think just about most people have fantasized about having that vacation fling.
Freefall is a great story to pass the time away. The storyline flows well and the characters will make you think of people that you know. It was a fast and enjoyable read for me.