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Title: Fallout (Flight HA1710 #4)
Author: Meredith Russell
Publisher: Love Lane Books
Genre: Contemporary, Gay Fiction, M/M Romance
Can missing a fatal flight be the wake up call Harrison needs?
When Harrison Kelley is banned from getting on Flight HA1710, it seems to be the perfect ending to a crappy couple of days. Not only did he wreck a wedding, but he’s drunk way too much and been on the receiving end of the groom’s brother’s fists. Being escorted out of the airport by security was just the icing on the wedding cake.
Elijah Pettifer has lusted after Harrison from afar for years but Harrison never sees him as anything more than a friend. If he ever saw him at all. While attempting to defend what little honor Harrison has left, Elijah gets caught up in the wave of chaos surrounding his teenage crush. But missing his flight home because of Harrison’s mess might just be the luckiest thing to ever happen to him.
With a 24 hour ban imposed by the airport, and having only each other for company, the two men grow closer. But will the fate of the airplane they should have been on be the push Harrison needs to walk away from the toxic relationship of his past? And can Elijah make Harrison see exactly what he’s been missing out on because of it?
Flight HA1710 series
• Book 1 – Retrograde, RJ Scott
• Book 2 – Velocity, Sara York
• Book 3 – Flashbulb, Clare London
• Book 4 – Fallout, Meredith Russell
• Book 5 – Aviophobia, Serena Yates
• Book 6 – Fracture, Amber Kell
Fallout (Flight HA1710 #4) by Meredith Russell.
When RJ Scott approached me to be part Flight HA1710, a series based around a plane crash, she presented the idea as not some big blockbuster disaster movie or even necessarily the crash itself, but rather how a massive event might affect people, their lives and their relationships.
In Fallout, a series of actions and decisions lead to my characters Harrison and Elijah not even being on the plane and this left them with a whole lot of what-ifs. What if events before the crash had happened differently? What if they had been on the plane?
I was asked to think about the times events or decisions made a difference to my life, or maybe they left me with thoughts of what if?
For some people going to university is life changing. It can be the making of them. A chance to grow and learn, even reinvent themselves, find new friends, find love, start on the path to a career, and often start to support themselves away from the security of home. For me, it was a decision that made a difference to my life, and I’m glad I made it.
So I’d spent 2 years learning then revising until my brain was full of mathematical equations, Newton’s Laws, and important dates in the British Industrial revolution, and I’d sat my exams. Then it was results day and I was scared. I’d got my heart set on Loughborough University, and for the most ridiculous of reasons. There was a lot of green. Seriously, there was grass and trees and space, also I loved how ‘normal’ the place and people felt—it felt right.
For some crazy reason I’d decided to forget a real backup plan when picking my two final choices, opting for courses and universities with only a grade separating them. If I messed up my exams then I’d be needing a new plan pronto. As it was, I was a grade off my first choice, but having been told to phone them up and see if it was enough to still get on the course, I did, and to my relief, I was accepted.
Going to university, and Loughborough in particular, meant I met people I might never had. I made some amazing new friends who I can’t imagine not being in my life; I’ve seen them get married and have kids. I got to experience things I never had before with a group of people I have no idea how I would have ever met if not because of university. I met the man I now call husband, and because of his choices, and choices by the lecturers on our course, he met me—he picked Loughborough over another university to move farther from home, he decided to take the same course to leave himself with options for a career, the lecturers decided to combine my year with his so we ended up in the same classroom, he decided to email me, and I replied.
We make decisions all the time. What choices have led you to new relationships?
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