Preorder: What Happens at the Airport by Brooke Williams



Melly Woodruff has the worst luck with men. Every time another relationship fails, she jumps on a flight to visit a friend and take her mind off her lack of love. On another broken-hearted trip, a fellow passenger gets out of hand and Wes Truitt, the on-board air marshal steps in. It doesn’t take Melly long to remember they’d met before.

Because what happens in the airport doesn’t always stay at the airport…

What Happens at the AirportWhat Happens at the Airport by Brooke Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

For Melly Woodruff and Wes Truitt a rendezvous in an airport was a
spark that should have been extinguished as soon as it was over.
Something happened, something that smoldered for years.
Short story approximately 30 pages has Melly and Wes reuniting after years of what ifs and why nots each wondering and thinking of the other.
All I can say is that make out session years earlier must have been one helluva kiss for it to linger in their thoughts.
Like I said it’s a quick read that will provide entertainment while you
eat lunch or wait for your own flight.
The story moved at a steady pace with a HEA.
Sweet with some laughable scenes.
Suitable for most readers, contemporary romance with smooching
and light petting.

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Author Bio

Brooke Williams is an award-winning author and freelance writer. She has written hundreds of articles as well as many novels, including Someone Always Loved You and romantic comedies Wrong Place Right Time, Accept this Dandelion, Dandelions on the Road, After the Final Dandelion, MamarazziBackwards Christmas and The Leftover. She also has two children’s books entitled Shower in the Rain and Baby Sheep Gets a Haircut. Brooke has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Morningside College, with a double major in Mass Communications and Religious Studies. She has twelve years of experience in radio broadcasting, both behind the scenes and on-air. She was also a television traffic reporter for a brief time. Brooke and her husband Sean married in 2002 and have two daughters, Kaelyn and Sadie.

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