Can a meat-eating Texas advertising woman find love with a vegetarian Buddhist and get her pilot’s license despite interference from her wacky Arizona airpark neighbors and a high flying Alaskan Malamute?
Lia Bedford thinks she’s going to get her pilot’s license, sell her father’s Arizona airpark house, go back to helping beef producers sell meat, and probably find a guy just like the cheating husband who bankrupted her.
Seth Hartman thinks he’s come to Arizona to build a spiritual center, escape the community and wife that betrayed him, and create a new beginning much like the contemplative, vegetarian life he left.
While Lia tries to hide and Seth tries to fit in, their attraction pulls them together. Lia and Seth begin to change with help from their wacky senior citizen neighbors and a high-flying Alaskan Malamute. All they have to do is conquer the fear of flying and their fear of love.
A Contemporary Western Aviation Romance
“With characters readers will relate to, Flying Free is of profound and high recommendation for general fiction readers searching for a quirky romance.”
~ 5 Stars Midwest Book Review
“Polo’s characters are filled with warmth and heart. Polo’s writing is crisp and engaging. Two thumbs up to the supporting cast. Flying Free will take the reader for a ride on the wings of love.”
~ Classic Romance Revival
“There are villains. There is mystery. And there is love that overcomes all. I enjoyed …the caring group of folks in the second half of life who live on Airpark Mesa near Sedona. The Airpark folks, whose passion is flying, building and maintaining small planes, seem very real.”
~ Reviewed by Judith Helburn for Story Circle Reviews
“A nifty, sweet story filled with planes, airpark life and a super sexy vegan Buddhist that anyone would find hard to resist. A heart warming tale about discovering what is really important in life…..sometimes a little later than you had hoped. Creative, quirky characters really set this story alive and give it a spark. Good work Ms. Polo, a true enjoyment 🙂 ”
~ Seriously Reviewed