France, 1916. The Great War. High above the carnage in the trenches, British and German aces joust like knights of old for control of the skies. The strain and tension of living every day on the edge of death leads to dangerous choices and wild risks. When British ace Bat Bryant's past catches up with him, he strikes out in panic and kills the man threatening him with exposure. But there's a witness: the big, handsome American pilot Cowboy Cooper.
Cowboy, it seems, has his own ideas of rough justice.
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Hot, hot, hot!
Warning: Spoilers ahead
I thought this book is hot, that and well, heartbreaking. It's about World War I after all. The story revolved around British flying ace Bat Bryant whose lover Gene perished during one of their missions, and how he accidentally killed their mechanic Sid Orton, who threatened him with exposure.
This book had been sitting in my audible for months as I was too nervous to read this. Because. Murder. No matter how accidental it is still murder. I know, I know, it is fiction. Still, I worried for the main character.
Then of course there was the war. The pilots drop dead faster than the flies and that's saying something. Most often they lasted a day on the job then they'd be replaced by others who get replaced as well later on. Such a vicious cycle but that's war for you.
As the story went deeper I dreaded the coming of a new day, because I knew another pilot will die. And that's how good of a writer Josh is, he brings the readers right into the middle of the action, make them feel dread, make them experience the war, albeit vicariously.
I also loved the characters but I loved Cowboy the most. He's smokin' sexy. I could tell right away he was in love with Bat.
And did I say this book is hot, hot, hot? ^__^
Haunting and Sublime
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