On the Way Home by Skye Warren
Publisher: Skye Warren (May 2014)
168 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $3.99)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
Clint is coming home after a deployment, with no ride and nowhere to go because his girlfriend dumped him over text message . . . luckily the flight attendant, Della, sees him lingering uncertainly by the curb and offers to give him not only a ride, but also a place to stay for awhile . . . it almost seems too good to be true . . . good thing he doesn't know that he is the compensation needed to get her sister out of captivity. Della's internal debate over whether to turn Clint over not, was great, and his intuitive abilities didn't help things on her end any. I really liked this story, I just thought Della got off incredibly easy in the end . . . Clint is the most selfless and understanding person in the world (almost beyond belief), but I loved that about him and that's also kind of what made the story really good. Good Read!