Flight of Fantasy by Rory Wilde

AUTHOR’S BLURB: “With romance novels, there’s always a happy ending. But real life is more complicated.”

Romance novelist Diego writes about men finding their true loves, but he can’t find the right guy for himself. He’s too busy traveling the world, always flitting from place to place. And he’s too hung up on Thom, his best friend from college, who he’s pined after for years but never imagined he could be with—until one fateful visit.

My life is here. Your life is… everywhere else.”

Diego’s visits are the highlights of Thom’s small town, cubicle-bound life. But this time, Thom is awakened to the fact that he might just be into men after all—specifically, his best friend. The two decide to take a vacation to London, and romance blossoms. Thom grows more independent, self-assured, and determined to escape the inertia that’s holding him back.

We can create a life together that makes both of us happy.”

As Thom finds his own path, Diego realizes that he has his own demons to fight. How can he build a life with his best friend if he never stops in one place? When Diego realizes his fantasy of a life with Thom could come true, he has to make a choice—can he finally stop running and commit to the man he’s loved for years?

Flight of Fantasy is a steamy contemporary m/m romance novel with a HEA and no cliffhangers. It includes themes of GFY and friends-to-lovers.

MY REVIEW: I appreciate when a years-long friendship develops into something more, BELIEVABLY. That’s the hardest part. And it felt really true, here. Sometimes, you just hit the limit and that’s it. It’s time for you to reach for what you what. What you need. The writing sometimes came off a little dry like a cracker, but then most of the time it held so much flavor you just went with it.
I read a complimentary Advanced Reader Copy of this book & am voluntarily leaving an honest and unbiased review.

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