Wednesday, June 1, 2011

M. Jules Aedin, Paper Planes

Title: Paper Planes

Author: M. Jules Aedin

Rating: Five Siren Stones

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Sub-Genre: LGBT

Keywords: M/M, Graphic Language

Length: Novel

ISBN E-Book: 978-1-61118-404-4

Price: $6.99

Publisher: Loose Id


Reviewer: Cia


Photographer Stuart Grange was happy with his suburbanite life until his partner was killed in a plane hijacking. Now he’s suddenly the face of gay rights in America and trying to deal with his new responsibility while coping with his overwhelming grief. He’s got his hands full without the complications of a new love, but his heart’s not waiting for him to catch up.

Commercial pilot Dustin McDonough knows what it’s like to deal with loss. He has his own set of scars, physical and emotional. He’s trying to give Stuart the time and space he needs to be ready to move on, but he’s in love for the first time in years, and he’s determined not to lose again.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.


Paper Planes by M. Jules Aedin was a tear jerker of grand proportions and I loved every sniffle and smile reading about Stuart and Dustin brought me.

Two different males, polar opposites a few chance meetings turn to what I call divine fate. Their road to finding each other wasn’t easy. Stuart wasn’t ready to let go of the past and re-enter the land of the living after losing his partner.

When he met Dustin my heart sped up and then I became engrossed in the hardships Dustin endured and continued to endure. The gentle strength of the sexy pilot made my heart melt while Jules the artistic photographer made me grin. I thoroughly enjoyed their story and the lively secondary characters brought into the spotlight. I hope to see them soon in their own stories and perhaps get a second look at how Stu and Dustin do. Their passion was white hot but what hooked me line and sinker was the unabashed joy and love they finally allowed themselves the opportunity to have.

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