Artemis Fay
Flight Partners
April 18, 2019 Comments.. 928
Flight Partners Can a romance that began a mile high make a smooth landing When a charming stranger soothes Andy MacKinnon s fear of flight it doesn t take much before the two are snuggling at feet Too bad th

  • Title: Flight Partners
  • Author: Artemis Fay
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 191
  • Format: ebook
  • Can a romance that began a mile high make a smooth landing When a charming stranger soothes Andy MacKinnon s fear of flight, it doesn t take much before the two are snuggling at 40,000 feet.Too bad that sexy guy turns out to be Andy s new coworker, Kenneth Ohno Oh no, indeed.As two expats in Japan teaching at the same school, not only will they work together, they ll sharCan a romance that began a mile high make a smooth landing When a charming stranger soothes Andy MacKinnon s fear of flight, it doesn t take much before the two are snuggling at 40,000 feet.Too bad that sexy guy turns out to be Andy s new coworker, Kenneth Ohno Oh no, indeed.As two expats in Japan teaching at the same school, not only will they work together, they ll share a small apartment It s get along or quit.After the explosive chemistry of their first meeting, Andy wastes no time in laying down the rules A relationship is off the table They aren t even going to be friends coworkers is enough to manage for two twenty somethings who can t seem to keep their hands off each other.But it isn t long before their living arrangements hit turbulence Kenneth isn t the first roommate Andy s fallen for, and the last relationship ended in a nosedive Can Andy and Kenneth make a smooth landing Or will work and play get mixed up one time too many Flight Partners is the first in the contemporary new adult Lovers in Japan series, but can be read as a standalone It features an HEA and several steamy sexual encounters between two hot men It is intended for audiences ages 18 No cliffhanger.

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    1. Ariana says:

      The trope for this book isn't new - it's one of those stories where two guys meet, have some kind of sexual encounter only to find out soon thereafter that they are colleagues and work together. Ok, this isn't new, but it's a scenario which is quite enjoyable.What is different here is the location of the story. I can't remember that I've come across a book set in Japan. It was culturally illuminating to read about Japanese culture and everyday practicalities which are so different from ours (Wha [...]

    2. Martin says:

      I am totally amazed to find a book that is set in the world of expatriate teachers who travel abroad to work in international schools all over the world. As I am working for one of these schools myself and have lots of colleagues who are expats, I couldn't wait to read this brand new novel about young American Andy MacKinnon who teaches English at a private school in Japan.He's been home in the states for a few weeks and is just now returning to Japan by plane. Andy hates flying, but at least th [...]

    3. BR11 says:

      3 1/2 starsGood debut book by Artemis Fay. You can tell there was a lot of research done on Japanese culture and expats living in Japan. I learned a lot of new interesting facts.I loved Kenneth's character. He was sweet and nice to Andy.Andy, on the other hand, was a little biatch to Ken from the very beginning to the point that, half through the book, I thought Kenneth was going to say enough, crazy chemistry is no worth this shit. Andy's character had been burned badly by an ex, but I cannot f [...]

    4. Jordan says:

      I really loved this novel, a lot more than I thought I was going to, actually. I don't know how to really express how real this novel was. Andy and Kenneth brought these pages to life and their easy comradery (sometimes) and insane chemistry kept me flipping through this book page after page. This was my first Artemis Fay novel and I can say with absolute certainty that it will not be my last. As a student of Japanese culture, I was very afraid that this book might be totally off the mark. I kne [...]

    5. Vfields Don't touch my happy! says:

      I was given an advance copy of Flight Partners for an honest opinion by Artemis Fay. Overall, I enjoyed this book. I was engrossed with the atmosphere of Japan. The usage of the Japanese language should have been frustrating but for me, it added to the sense of place in the story. The main characters Andy and Kenneth were two polar opposite's who were played off each other very well. As interesting, sweet and captivating Kenneth was, Andy was sometimes totally unlikable. At times slap-able to th [...]

    6. Cloe Dillon says:

      I need to preface this saying I've been through the Japan experience, living there for multiple years.Reading this book was simultaneously nostalgic and tear-jerking reminding my of my experience there. The author pat the puppy on the head perfectly - the absurd interactions, the strange conversations that border on on insanity, the inquisitive nature of co-workers that you questioned was on candid camera or not I could go on. Some of these situations from a western point of view may have their [...]

    7. Carra says:

      First, let me say that I liked the originality of the setting for this story. I did enjoy this peek into the Japanese culture, and specifically into the expatriate experience. Next, I want to single out Kenneth as my favorite character (more on him in a moment). Those things said, I did have a couple of issues with the story, but in the end I was satisfied with the story overall.As I said, Kenneth was my favorite, he's a great all-around guy and someone I could see myself personally being good f [...]

    8. Kaela Nakamura says:

      I was drawn to this book because of not having seen many books with such a settings. I am liking the concept, and really hope that the idea continues.This is a romance that feels very real. The characters feel like real characters, and the interactions feel like real interaction. I especially praise the author for the ability to create a setting for them all, and one with has much stigma. Japan has issues with race, and this book points them out. Whilst it has dark meaning behind it, that does n [...]

    9. Chris, the Dalek King says:

      Alternate title could be: How to Be a Borderline Emotionally Abusive JackassWithout Sacrificing Your Persecution ComplexSeriously, Andy treats Kenneth like shit thru the entire book, and we are supposed to be ok with that just because Andy had previously been in an abusive relationship earlier? Yeah, that sucks, but that is not an excuse. Not one I'm buying anyway.The only star for this book goes to Kenneth. He was the one good thing about this mess. I hope to any gods that are listening that he [...]

    10. Cee Brown says:

      ♥.•*¨)☆♡¸.•*´¨)☆♡¸.•♥*´¨)☆♡♥♡☆(¸.•♥´"I just—I want us to get along. And people who break up can’t do that.""So let’s not date," Kenneth replies, "Let’s just be friends."Flight Partners journeys to Japan where Kenneth and Andy meet on a fourteen hour flight consummates their meeting and realises --too late-- that they will be not only coworkers but roommates. Awkward!!The rules were simple: No presents for Andy No kissing. No cuddling. Yet, Kenneth [...]

    11. Diverse says:

      Stories set in countries/places I've never been tend to amaze me. I get geographically starstruck. Flight Partners is set in Japan. I have never been and know little about it's culture. So while I was confused at times I found it to also be fascinating.Andy is an English teacher ans upon his return to Japan he finds himself seated beside Kenneth. Now, Kenneth is something else! I bet we'd all like to get someone like him to sit next to us on a flight. He's super flirty, super hot, anddirty but i [...]

    12. Le Ann Foster says:

      **Reviewed For CherryOBlossoms Promotion**I gave this book 3.5 stars!Ok, so I am a big fan for M/M romance but this book was missing something for me. I don't know if it was the way Andy came across or if these two just didn't have the chemistry that other books have. With that being said over all this book was a good read. I like the storyline and how it was set in Japan. Andy is a English teacher in Japan. He has several room mates over the last few years. Kenneth is part Japanese and has came [...]

    13. Wendy-Book Lovers 4Ever says:

      Review coming soon

    14. Books Laid Bare says:

      A chance meeting on a flight to Japan brings Andy MacKinnon in contact with a handsome stranger…yep, I know you’re probably thinking exactly the same as I was… that old chestnut! But having been calmed by the soothing touch of his unfamiliar travelling companion, what should have been an uneventful flight eventually turned into something a tad more memorable but now Andy is back in Japan and facing returning to work and it is all just a fabulous memory…or is it? Because settling in at ho [...]

    15. Jenn says:

      This was a very different read for me and I really enjoyed it! Given that it is set in Japan and heavily focuses on that culture there were some things I didn’t completely understand but I don’t think it took away much from the story for me. I really liked seeing the different culture and experiences and that added to the story. Kenneth was easy to love and connect with and while Andy took some work, I eventually loved him too!Andy is on his way back to Japan where he works as an English tea [...]

    16. Himi says:

      Long story shortAlong with being completely baffled in regards to Andy's forever changing temperament and me not seeing what Kenneth saw in him, the first quarter of the book was me mostly being outraged and horrified at their handling and understanding of intimacy, relationships, and sex. By chapter four, they'd engaged in mutual masturbation, so that they could get it out of their system--in more ways than one--and friends with benefits was the order of the day. Then, two seconds before Kennet [...]

    17. Sandi Neace says:

      When Andy goes back to the USA for an ex's wedding he knew it was a mistake but went anyway. Atleast it gave him the opportunity to see his family. Andy doesn't consider the USA his home anymore, his home is now Japan and he can't wait to get there .Flying has never been his favorite thing. He's actually terrified to do so but when a handsome stranger helps take his mind of of things for awhile the mile high club sounds like just perfect.Kenneth doesn't mind flying but the handsome stranger next [...]

    18. The Novel Approach Reviews says:

      Artemis Fay happens to be the alter ego of one of my new favorite authors. Why the alternate penname? Because her other series is a dystopian odyssey set in a nightmarish new world order. To say that Flight Partners isn’t that is like saying I like to read. It’s understating the obvious just a titch.Flight Partner is a contemporary romance novel much like many contemporary romances I’ve read—two men meet by chance, get a little naughty, go their separate ways, and then fate throws them a [...]

    19. Diane says:

      This was a really interesting book! So much detailed information about family run schools in Japan and the teachers from all over the world who teach at them. Even though this was a work of fiction it was obviously factual in nature.I understood how the love between Andy and Kenneth slowly grew, even though Andy had definite trust issues to overcome, with good reason.Jeremy and Barbara both have issues!!! To say nothing of Megan and the rest of the 'foreigners' who chose to follow Jeremy's lead. [...]

    20. Mari Cardenas ~ Bayou Book Junkie says:

      *Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by the author/publisher for my reading pleasure in hopes of an unbiased opinion, a review was not a requirement.*Andy has been living and working in Japan for three years and he loves it there. What he doesn't love is flying, so the flight back from his friend's wedding back to Japan is hell on his nerves. Meeting Kenneth on the plane and having him help soothe his anxiety is godsend, being so attracted to Kenneth is not as good for him, though, especially whe [...]

    21. Kou Namiya says:

      This book was so hard to put down - I ended up devouring it within two days!What I especially enjoyed was the fact that the story has a solid beginning, middle and end, and I actually felt the progress. The ending left me feeling satisfied and happy for the characters, who both became dear to me.I'm a total sucker for character development and both Andy and Kenneth were amazing lovable witty human they felt realistic and like they're actual people, with ups and downs, hopes, fears, making mistak [...]

    22. Diane says:

      I Believe YouThis was a really interesting book! So much detailed information about family run schools in Japan and the teachers from all over the world who teach at them. Even though this was a work of fiction it was obviously factual in nature.I understood how the love between Andy and Kenneth slowly grew, even though Andy had definite trust issues to overcome, with good reason.Jeremy and Barbara both have issues!!! To say nothing of Megan and the rest of the 'foreigners' who chose to follow J [...]

    23. Erica says:

      I liked the setting, and the detail. What I didn't like was the slew of wholly unlikable characters. Andy, I suppose, can have a pass due to trauma and all, but what's everybody else's excuse?

    24. CHERRY0BLOSSOMS says:

      I gave this book 3.5 stars!Ok, so I am a big fan for M/M romance but this book was missing something for me. I don't know if it was the way Andy came across or if these two just didn't have the chemistry that other books have. With that being said over all this book was a good read. I like the storyline and how it was set in Japan. Andy is a English teacher in Japan. He has several room mates over the last few years. Kenneth is part Japanese and has came to Japan to work as a teacher. Andy and K [...]

    25. D.J. Jamison says:

      Lovely story with unique storyline This book offers up romance, drama, lots of sexy timesand an introduction to Japanese and expat culture. It makes for a unique backdrop to a romance that will tug at your heartstrings.

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