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Review & Giveaway: Love at First Flight by Tess Woods


What begins as a flirty conversation between strangers quickly develops into a hot and obsessive affair with disastrous consequences neither Mel nor Matt could have ever seen coming. Mel’s dream life turns into her worst nightmare.

I was blown away with the story!!

“The verb love is what counts, not the feeling of love. When you feel love, it’s selfish, it’s just for you and it affects nobody but you. But when you act love, you are committing the act of loving somebody.”

A powerful painful story of infidelity. Choices, actions, reactions. The ravages of the aftermath, consequences, and the cutting impact. This story left me lost deep in thought in both subject matter and characters regaling under my skin for days. Filled with emotion you will find yourself fully invested in the story. The intricacies and complexities of relationships explored thoroughly. Heartbreaking, excruciating yarn of one woman torn.

Tess Woods is on my radar, unbelievable debut effort. Unforgettable compelling read. I found myself immersed in the characters world, I was left depleted and exhausted, breathless and at times speechless. A rollercoaster ride of every feeling and emotion imaginable, charged, frustrated, eyes brimming with tears.

tess woodsAbout Tess Woods

Tess Woods is a health professional who lives in Perth, Australiawith one husband, two children, one dog and one cat who rules over all of them. Love at First Flight is her first novel for HarperCollins. When she isn’t working or being a personal assistant to her kids, Tess enjoys reading and all kinds of grannyish pleasures like knitting, baking, drinking tea, watching Downton Abbey and tending to the veggie patch.

Find out more about Tess at her website and connect with her on Facebook and  Goodreads.


Enter to win a iBook voucher for Love at First Flight (MUST be redeemed by June 25) by completing the giveaway form below. Open Internationally. Ends 6/22/15

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