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Coffee, Tea and the Mile High Club

3.11 of 5 stars 3.11  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  12 reviews
International flight attendant Jake Watson jets from Dallas to Tokyo with his boss and secret crush, lead flight attendant Evan Parker. Evan's frosty glares and snarky comments have held Jake's feelings at bay for months because Evan hates Jake. Or does he? While the plane cruises high over the Pacific, Evan proves Jake's secret crush isn't so secret or as unwelcome as he ...more
ebook, 37 pages
Published May 5th 2012
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Don Bradshaw
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A cute short story but very cliche about flight attendants and their sexual antics. Jake Watson is an international flight attendant who loves his job. His parents wanted him to become an accountant but are adapting especially when the enjoy free flights. Evan Parker is the tight assed lead attendant who is both a perfectionist and a real snarky bastard. Evan also has a body to die for and Jake has been lusting after him for years. T
Pixie Mmgoodbookreviews
3 1/2 Hearts

First published at MM Good Book Reviews

Jake has a secret crush on his boss, Evan. But, he hates working with him. Not because of his unrequited lust, but because Evan is snarky and unpleasant to work with. But, on a flight to, he sees a slightly different side of Evan and maybe his lust isn’t as unrequited as he thought.

This is a cute little short that has whetted my appetite for this new series. Jake was expecting to spend his lay over with hi
E.M. Lynley
3.5 stars, but I'm rounding up because of the setting.

Cute short about a flight attendant who's got a crush on his boss, despite the guy being a jerk.

Jake's working a flight to Tokyo and nothing seems to go right. All his friends are hooking up and he's stuck with Evan up in first class. Now I've never been a flight attendant, but first class sound pretty good to me. Not so for Jake. It's only when Jake saves Evan from a potential disaster that Even opens up.

I happen to know the author worked a
Becky Condit
3 1/2 stars

HL Holston’s COFFEE, TEA, AND THE MILE HIGH CLUB is a short story about wanting someone who does not appear to be worthy of the effort.

I enjoyed COFFEE, TEA, AND THE MILE HIGH CLUB as a happy little quick read, and I would like to read more in the LOVE AT 38000 FEET series.

Please see my complete review 5/23/2012 at
A short but satisfying story. It was more or less like a start into new relationship, which I wouldn't mind exploring. I'm sure most a lot of the readers, would like to see how would Jack and Evan relationship develop.
Jan 20, 2015 Suze rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Suze by: Won from HL in raisevyour glass blog hop
Light, fast, fun and sexy - just like Jake, the main guy in this romp. I knew it was a short one but really wish it had been a bit longer.
based on the original i give this story 3 stars. Can't wait to see the changes! So disapointed when the story got pulled.
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Reviewed by: Don
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance
Rated: 3 Hearts

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Short little enjoyable story about two flight attendants who have some fun during a layover in Tokyo.
Katy Beth Mckee
Pretty simple story of finding out that you actually have a chance with your secret crush.

Cute and short story with fun characters.
Way too short!!! Sequel in the making?
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H.L. Holston is a teacher by day and a sometimes author by night. She dreams up ideas with her writing partners Sue (they write as Sue Holston) and Eleanor Bruce, but occasionally she ventures out on her own.

She admits she is a horrible blogger, even worse in keeping up on Facebook and wishes she could retire to New Orleans and eat beignets every day at Café du Monde. Until then, she will teach U
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