A pilot and a zoologist tackle inescapable danger—and passion—in this romantic suspense novel by the New York Times bestselling author of Smart and Sexy.
Shayne Mahoney is the laid-back, easygoing rebel in his family. But running Sky High Air—a charter airline catering to the rich and famous—is a dream come true, especially with in-flight specials like kissing his client’s beautiful, brainy daughter in a cozy coat closet. But before Shayne can say “Fasten Your Seat Belts,” Dani claims to witness a murder, gets stalked in her own apartment, and, as an added bonus, gets them both shot at by a mystery sniper. Normally Shayne would be strapping on his parachute and jumping out of the plane by now, but with Dani’s delicious body clinging to his, letting go is the last thing he's willing to do . . .
Praise for Jill Shalvis and her novels
“Shalvis makes me laugh, makes me cry, makes me sigh with pure pleasure.” —Susan Andersen, New York Times bestselling author
“Hot, sweet, fun, and romantic! Pure pleasure!” —Robyn Carr, New York Times bestselling author
“Witty, fun and sexy—the perfect romance!” —Lori Foster, New York Times bestselling author
not as good as "smart"
i bought this book without realizing it was part of a series (it’s #2), and, especially after reading “smart and sexy” (#1), “strong” seems ironically quite weak. the story of the endearingly-but-uselessly-clumsy girl whom the sexy, confident man inexplicably finds irresistible infuriated me. dani was so clumsy and overall inept that i couldn’t believe she’d made it to her twenties. i couldn’t relate to her at all, and frankly, i disliked her. seriously, who gets her arms so stuck in a shirt that she is effectively paralyzed until someone else helps her?