The crash of Flight HA1710 brings life into focus for Phil Stewart. Before meeting Davin Tierney, love seemed only a myth to Phil, but one night in New York City changed everything, giving him something he didn’t even know existed. But Phil wasn’t comfortable saying I love you. During the crash, Davin suffers a brain injury, leaving him in a coma. Phil wonders how love can be so cruel to give him Davin and then take him away so suddenly.
Davin never intended to give Phil a second look, but Phil broke through barriers and made amazing overtures before stalling on the word love. The crash changes everything, and he’s no longer willing to play it safe, but can Phil actually change from the playboy Davin first met?
Velocity by Sara York was gripping and drama-filled—the second book in the new Flight HA1710 series . Traveling on the ill-fated flight Davin and Phil are severely injured and separated at the crash site. Reunited in Ulster, the quiet Irishman and the one-time loose American realize life is too short and decide to fly back to the United States to marry before settling down in Ireland.
The emotional turmoil radiated throughout the book as Ms. York delivered angst-filled dialogue and clear and concise descriptions. Ms. York fluidly transported the reader into Phil’s and Davin’s emotionally driven psyche as the two men came to terms with survivors’ guilt and debilitating fear.
Much more than a story of an ill-fated plane crash, Velocity is the tale of the magnitude in which we speed by in our lives, never thinking we’ll get the best, but when it hits—the speed in which we must grab hold and take a wonderful ride on the coaster of life.
Ms. York—you have outdone yourself.
A five handcuff review