The Hussies: Flyboy

Being a computer geek doesn’t lead to adventure, so when Twyla finds herself no longer sitting in front of her monitor but standing in front of a Scottish castle, she’s more than a little freaked out. Never one to back away from a challenge, no matter how much her insides are shaking, Twyla discovers an ancient order of warriors; an order that she’s a part of. And if that wasn’t enough, she’s got to team up with a man who should scare her but doesn’t. No, Jhett has Twyla’s emotions all stirred up but fear isn’t one of them and she can’t shake the creepy feeling of having known him before either. Charged with a mission to save the world they need to put aside their attraction, only that’s easier said than done. Can they complete the mission successfully, or are they destined to make the same mistakes… again?

Flyboy by Nicole Austin is a welcome addition to The Hussies series, the thought of a group of warriors known as the Hussies is enough to make any woman proud to be female; especially when they’re fighting evil at every turn and saving the world. Ms. Austin’s writing never fails to grab you and she’s not shy about turning up the heat either. Jhett and Twyla’s story is a mix of action and adventure, lust and love. It’s amazing what you discover in life threatening situations and this pair is no different. Caught in an attraction so strong it’s undeniable, and the need to focus on a mission that could turn deadly, only intensifies the tension spiraling between them. Right from the beginning I wanted to get hold of Jhett and soothe his hurt away, but you just know he’s never gonna let that happen, he’s one tough alpha that doesn’t need anyone. I wanted to warn him about Twyla because I just knew she was going to reach inside that big brawny chest and grab hold of his scarred heart. Twyla had me with her first sassy comments, her sharp tongue is just one of her many appealing traits. She might not have seen much action sitting behind her computer but she isn’t afraid to get out there and get the job done, and with a man like Jhett at her back how could she go wrong? Already a fan of Ms. Austin’s writing I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed in Flyboy and neither will you.

Reviewed by: Rachel C.


Rachel C.