Virgin Flyer – Lucy Lennox

Reviews by Yael Waknin


Wanted: One night together, no strings attached. Hold me, make love to me, treat me like I’m the most important person in the world. No talking. No names. And don’t be surprised if I’m gone in the morning.

After crushing on my best friend for years, I realize he’ll never want someone inexperienced like me. So I decide to get it over with, play the V-card once and for all with an anonymous hook-up. The terms are simple: no talking, no names.

It isn’t as easy as it seems. Now I can’t get the handsome stranger who greeted me with soft kisses and gentle touches out of my mind. Those hands, those lips… But it was just a one-time thing, and I need to forget about him once and for all.

At least I know I won’t ever see him again—until I board a flight and catch sight of a familiar profile in the cockpit just as the door closes.

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My review

As soon as I finished this book, I texted my friend who recommended it to me, and I wrote like 8-9 messages about what I was feeling about this book, and at the end, I told her – I have no words.

I literally wrote nine long messages and ended with – I have no words.

This book was so amazingly perfect I just couldn’t put it down.

Jack was perfect. I love him. I loved his love for Teo. I loved his inner dialogue and his relationship with his family. I literally loved everything about Jack.

Teo was so sweet and naïve. I was angry about him and for him because of Chris, but I couldn’t really blame him.

This book is so realistic. I feel like Jack and Teo are real people. They are out there somewhere. This was emotional for me. I felt sad, happy, excited and angry.

It was literally a genuine coping, both self-wise and relationship-wise, to each of them.

Lucy’s writing sucks you in a way that I couldn’t look up from the book. How she described their feelings, actions, and inner thoughts was beautiful! It was fascinating. Even the S** scenes were so beautiful with steam and tenderness. It was mesmerizing.

I think this book is one of the best MM books I’ve read.

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