Fly

Fly Pregnant And alone My worst nightmare becomes my greatest blessing Together they rescued me literally saved me from a snowy disaster Both of them with their tenderness and compassion But it s their

  • Title: Fly
  • Author: Red L. Jameson Jennifer Oliver
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  • Page: 105
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  • Pregnant And alone My worst nightmare becomes my greatest blessing Together, they rescued me, literally saved me from a snowy disaster Both of them with their tenderness and compassion But it s their Navy SEAL, iron tough, and tattooed bodies that have me wanting wanting them They ve transformed me, while I awakened them showed them the beauty of what could be.Pregnant And alone My worst nightmare becomes my greatest blessing Together, they rescued me, literally saved me from a snowy disaster Both of them with their tenderness and compassion But it s their Navy SEAL, iron tough, and tattooed bodies that have me wanting wanting them They ve transformed me, while I awakened them showed them the beauty of what could be Two months ago, I would ve chosen one, seduced him like only I know how But that was two months ago, and so much has changed I can t tell them about the baby I couldn t bear it if they walked away out of my life I ll have to tell them This can t continue They both want me, and my resistance is waning I want what I want and I want them Both of them.

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    About “Red L. Jameson Jennifer Oliver”

    1. Red L. Jameson Jennifer Oliver

      As a military historian by day, sometimes Red does feel a bit clandestine when she writes romance at night No one knows that while she researches heroes of the past and present, she uses everything for her characters in her books Her secret s been safe until now She lives in Montana with her family and far too many animals but never enough books.She loves her readers, so please feel free to contact her at redljameson

    176 thoughts on “Fly”

    1. ****ARC was provided by Reading Addiction PR via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.****I haven't read the first book which was about Dee's sister-in-law. I didn't really feel like I needed to read the first book in order to understand this book. The unfortunately thing is that this read only got two stars from me because I thought the book wasn't interesting enough. The plot was good and some parts were memorable. (view spoiler)[One such part was when Dee was on assignment (she's a phot [...]


    2. After how good the heroine was to the heroine in the first book, seeing that this was her happy ending, I was excited. She drew my interest to the story. The fact that in the beginning I could not figure these two men out, kept me engrossed and reading the story to find out what was going on. I liked and felt bad for the heroine in the prior book, but I really did not like her in this story. I had a difficult time connecting with her as well. The two heroes are a bit mysterious because of their [...]



    3. 2.5I quite liked the first book, and went straight out and bought the series This book was a let down.It was, at its heart, very similar to book one. Most things/words were changed so it isn't a direct copy from bk1, but the basis was all same same. So I'm guessing things that the author loves or hates are the things she had to put in both books. The one that comes to mind the most is the almost identical moments of the h &H's loving how the other one would mimic back an answer or whatever t [...]


    4. I thought I'd like this Sooo much more than I did ;(I tried I really,really did but this was less a. Love story and more like being trapped in someone's head and listening to their endless self absorbed prattle and pity party confessions. Dee seemed nice enough,I mean every body who met her seemed to be taken w/her and either adore her or fall in love w/her like H and Jay did Not that she seemed to anything I saw to inspire it,she was too lost in her own thoughts that were full of self pity, and [...]


    5. *ARC received from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*2.5 stars(view spoiler)[Sooo, this book starts off with a woman who is basically running away from her controlling mother. After checking in to her cabin, she goes to her car and proceeds to drive somewhere but she loses control of her car in the icy parking lot and runs into the snow bank. She is then picked up out of her car and carried inside by 2 guys who are sooooo concerned that she's hurt after such a bad acci [...]


    6. I thought the premise of the book was good, but unfortunately it fell short for me. I found Dee to be annoying and immature at times. She blamed every single thing on her pregnancy even though she was only 8 weeks along: the baby is tired, the baby is hungry, the baby is making me need to use the bathroom and my personal favorite the baby is putting me in a haze so I can't think. Now, I have three children of my own so I know the toll pregnancy can take but I felt she just exaggerated the sympto [...]


    7. Fly (Book 2 of the Wild Love Series) by Red J. JamesonA woman’s fantasy come true. Pregnant and alone, Dee struggles to make sense of her life. She rents a cabin near her refuge, in hopes of finding some answers to her unending questions. What am I going to do now? Can I do this alone? How can I do this alone? How am I going to provide for my baby? What does the future hold for us?As she makes her way to the cabin, her car skids on ice and she loses control of the vehicle. Two strong, caring, [...]


    8. Dee was trying to run away from her past and move toward her future she was now pregnant and the baby father was dead. She decided her best plan to move forward was to go to cabin in the woods and get her life organized and decide how she wanted to move forward with her life. Her mom and her have never seen eye to eye and this will not change they were arguing as she driving on the snowy roads to the cabin and at the last minute the car slide of the road and into a snow embankment. She is then r [...]


    9. Pregnant. And alone. My worst nightmare becomes my greatest blessing. Together, they rescued me, literally saved me from a snowy disaster. Both of them—with their tenderness and compassion. But it's their Navy SEAL, iron-tough, and tattooed bodies that have me wanting more—wanting them. They've transformed me, while I awakened them—showed them the beauty of what could be. Two months ago, I would've chosen one, seduced him like only I know how. But that was two months ago, and so much has c [...]


    10. I love the Wild Love series by Red L. Jameson. Fly, book two, is about Dee (or Deidra Alexandra, as her mother calls her – important side point here) and two men she meets after she crashes her car into a snow bank. H and Jay, and yes they all seem to use names that are initial-like, are hiking in Yellowstone Park and happen to be walking by the remote “cabin” Dee is using on her runaway break from her life. I don’t want to give away any spoilers but to say Dee’s life is complicated… [...]


    11. I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review."Fly" by Red L. Jameson is book two in the 'Wild Love' series. I have read the previous book but I thought this was easily a standalone book. Dee is two months pregnant and the fathers baby daddy has died. Know Dee is just trying to keep her mind on getting through this pregnancy and not having her mother try to control or be a problem for her. So Dee goes off to get some time away. H and Jay meet Dee when her [...]


    12. 2.5 at bestMY REVIEWThis is the second book in the series but can easily be read as a stand alone.I was really looking forward to jumping right into this book, i mean two hot Navy SEALS had me thinking Dee was one damn lucky girl, and she was, the guys were more than great. They are both built, fit, sexy, beautiful on the inside and out, treat her like she is the centre of their world whats not to like really apart from there names H and Jay. It was Dee herself that got on my nerves at times, al [...]


    13. Dee is pregnant and decides she needs to clear her head heading to a rented cabin and away from her overbearing mother. H and Jay come to Dee's rescue and they quickly build a friendship between them. When Dee confesses she is pregnant, H and Jay become even closer to her and want Dee to choose between them. Dee though wants them both, can the three build a relationship between the three of them?I liked the idea of this. Dee is a bit erratic as her pregnancy hormones are in full force and she ha [...]


    14. Another hot, sexy story from Red L: Jameson! Dee looks as though she should have the perfect life, but she has deep problems with both her family and her career, not to mention that she's still adjusting to her pregnancy. Determined to come up with a plan on all the recent changes she's experienced, she heads to Yellowstone to do some serious thinking. But fate steps in and throws her a curve ball - or two - in the form of H and Jay, super sexy ex-Navy Seals whose instincts to protect go on high [...]


    15. Dee is pregnant and the father of her child is dead. She goes away to Yellowstone to take some time for herself. She runs her car into a snow bank and that is when she meets Jay and H. All three have been hurt in the past will they find a way to make a relationship work between all three of them or will the past bring to much hurt. This is a fast paced read and I admit I would have liked to see a bit more in the relationship between the three then hearing about their own issues. The chemistry be [...]


    16. This one hit a little too close to home right now. The main character is at a point in her life where she's in a crossroads, and has little clue about where to go next. Enter two perfect but broken men, and the three of them help each other again become whole. There is no way this story could happen in real life, with everyone Dee comes in contact with over the weeks being not only receptive, but openly encouraging a polyamorous relationship. But it's a fun tale with heart, and that's all that a [...]


    17. ARC provided via netgalleyThis author is a first for me, and I must admit from the blurb that I had higher expectations. It wasn't nearly as steamy as I thought it was going to be for a ménage book, and the h was extremely annoying in her self doubt. I understand that her childhood was tough, and exposed her to a lot of this but it was hard to deal with constantly when she had 2 very delicious alphas who thought she was all that! On the whole, this was an ok read for me, lots of potential but f [...]


    18. I got this book from net gallery for an honest review.I really wanted to like this book but it just didn't grab my attention the way I anticipated it too. The book starts with Dee's whining and as the book progresses her whining continues which was annoying and frustrating. She's always putting herself down and reading from her perspective gave me a headache. This book wasn't for me but I'm sure it would appeal to others.


    19. ARC received for review2.5 starsDee was way too whinny and needy and just annoying most of the time. Plus every new person she meets is her new best friend. Jay and H were almost as bad, but at least they were really hot. The whole relationship was weird. The writing was choppy and just didn't flow, or maybe it was that I really didn't like Dee.


    20. This started out really promising but the more I read the more I disliked Dee and her constant whining. DNF at 81%


    21. Well written erotica novel that depictes a three partner relationship in an way that makes it both interesting and realistic. Highly recommend!


    22. The characters were great, the amount of support she found was a breathe of fresh air, I really enjoyed this book


    23. After 70 pages of whining and continuing mood-swings, I've had enough of the unlikeable female character. Wasn't interested enough in the men to suffer through another 190 pages.



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