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Into the Blue 
by Chanel Cleeton

July 5, 2016
Wild Aces #2
Adult Contemporary Romance 


From the author of Fly with Me and the Capital Confessions Novels comes the newest in the sexy Wild Aces Romance series.

Eric Jansen—call sign Thor—loves nothing more than pushing his F-16 to the limit. Returning home to South Carolina after a tragic loss, he hopes to fix the mistake he made long ago, when he chose the Air Force over his fiancée.

Becca Madison isn’t quick to welcome Thor back. She can’t forget how he shattered her heart. But Thor won’t give up once he’s set his sights on what he wants—and he wants Becca.

Thor shows Becca that he’s no longer the impulsive boy he used to be, and Becca finds herself irresistibly drawn to him. But will Thor be able to walk away from his dream of flying the F-16 for their love or does his heart belong to the sky?

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Fly With Me Book #1

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On Broken Wings - Book #3 - Coming January 3, 2017!

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Meet the Author...

Chanel Cleeton

Originally a Florida girl, CHANEL CLEETON moved to London where she received a bachelor’s degree from Richmond, The American International University in London and a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Chanel fell in love with London and planned to stay there forever, until fate intervened on a Caribbean cruise and a fighter pilot with smooth dance moves swept her off her feet. Now, a happily ever after later, Chanel is living her next adventure.

Law school made Chanel realize she’d rather spend her days writing sexy stories than in a courtroom, and she hasn’t looked back since. An avid reader and hopeless romantic, she’s happiest curled up with a book. She has a weakness for handbags, her three pups, and her husband. 

Chanel writes contemporary romances, women's fiction, and thrillers. She is published by Harlequin HQN, Penguin/InterMix, and Penguin/Berkley and is the author of the International School, Capital Confessions, Assassins, and Wild Aces series.

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Here is My Review of Into The Blue...

After a devastating loss to his team, fighter pilot Eric Jansen is having a hard time dealing with the loss, and maintaining his focus while he is in the cockpit, so he decides a break from work is in order to get himself back on track. He thinks returning home to South Carolina might be just what he needs, but he has his reservations about facing what he left behind when he walked away ten years ago. Leaving his ex-fiance Becca behind was the hardest thing he's ever done, but he knew staying there with her wasn't the right thing for him at the time, he had dreams of accomplishing big things in the military and she wasn't willing to follow along, so he chose to walk away. Running into her a few weeks ago completely knocked his world off it's axis, and the minute their eye's connected everything he once felt for her came rushing back full force and he hasn't been able to stop thinking about her since. He knows letting her go was the biggest mistake of his life, one that he has paid dearly for over the years, but now he's ready to try and make it up to her, and try to find a place in her life again, and maybe back into heart...

After a stressful week in the office Becca Madison was looking forward to a night out with the girls, and the minute she arrives at the bar and sees her friends talking to a group of handsome fighter pilots, she thinks her plans to unwind for the night just improved... that is until she comes face to face with her past. The minute they lock eyes, those old feelings hit her like a ton of bricks, and her heart and head are screaming for her to run, so she does, and hopes she is giving him a little taste of his own medicine while she does too! Seeing him again was something she wasn't prepared for, after all he walked away from her ten years ago and has never looked back, so she has spent the last ten years trying to move on and let go of what they had, and she thought she had done that. But seeing him again just proved her thought wrong, all those hurtful feelings are back full force, along with the lingering feelings of love she once had for him, and now she feels like she is back at square one again... and before she can start to tuck them away again, she learns he's back in town, and has agenda that involves her!

The second I finished Fly With Me, the first installment in this series, I was desperate to dive right back into the world of the Wild Aces, and get myself better acquainted with another one of Ms. Cleeton's sexy fighter pilots!! There is something about these stories that grabs a hold of you from the very first paragraph, manages to captivate every ounce of your attention, and puts you front and center in these characters lives, as if every bit of it is real, and has you feeling every expressed emotion right along with them. For me, the best stories are the ones that hit you deep, have you literally feeling every written word on the page, and completely take control of every facet of your life while your with them, and this series has done that to me! These characters have struck a cord deep within me, and have taken me on a literary journey I have every intention of never letting go of, and I look forward to getting back to them very soon! 

Ms. Cleeton has created a true literary gem with this series, and I HIGHLY recommend you make a point to meet these characters, they'll pull you into their world, monopolize your every thought, and have you never wanting to let go!!

ARC requested through NetGalley, and kindly provided by Berkley Publishing Group in exchange for a honest and unbiased review.

Here Is A Special Excerpt from Into the Blue...

I walked into Liberty, my gaze peeled on the crowd, searching for Becca.
Easy had texted me two hours ago and mentioned that she was here, and I’d gone back and forth over whether I should come out at all. It hadn’t escaped my notice that she’d pretty much been avoiding me all week, whatever truce we’d reached in the cemetery on Wednesday apparently forgotten, and while part of me knew I should give her the space she needed, another part of me was afraid that she would use the space to keep a wedge between us.
I couldn’t apologize, couldn’t grovel at her feet, if she wouldn’t forgive me. And right now, she was a locked door I couldn’t break through. I’d thought I stood a chance, thought that the fact that she still talked to me like I meant something to her, like we were friends, meant we had a shot. But now it felt like that had just been wishful thinking, and I really had blown it with her.
So this was it. My Hail Mary, Hallelujah, final attempt at getting her to let me in. I’d caused her enough pain over the years; I didn’t want to keep doing it. If she truly wanted me out of her life, then I’d give her that.
I spotted Easy first, his arm wrapped around the same girl he’d been with the first night—a girl with hair eerily similar to Dani’s. Easy saw me across the crowd and waved me over, the girl—Rachel or something—tensing immediately at the sight of me and answering the question of whether she knew who I was to Becca.
I cut through the crowd, still searching for her, nerves rolling around in my stomach.
Easy jerked his head in greeting. “Hey, man.”
Rachel looked ready to bolt and warn Becca I was here.
“Hey, how’s it going?” I asked, glancing over his shoulder, trying to make out Becca’s features in the sea of people. Liberty was packed tonight.
His lips curved. “She’s by the bar with Bandit.”
I didn’t know Bandit that well, but we’d been out together before, and if he was with Becca, it definitely wasn’t because he wanted to be friends.
Easy shot me a pointed look that irked the shit out of me. “Can you blame the guy?”
My gaze drifted to the bar, and then I froze.
Becca stood in a corner, the lights shining down on her like a fucking halo, the skirt of her dress brushing against Bandit.
She looked so beautiful that I felt it like a pang in my chest, the smile on her face one I’d seen so many times before, aimed at me. The one I’d lost. Thrown away. She looked like she was having fun, and then Bandit leaned in closer and said something that made her laugh, and her whole face transformed, her shoulders shaking, eyes sparkling.
I held my breath as her gaze drifted through the crowd; my heart hammered, waiting for the moment . . .
Our gazes locked, her body stiffening, the smile sliding off her face.
It knocked me back like a blow.
I’d envisioned finding a way to talk to her tonight, maybe dance with her, flirt with her; I hadn’t envisioned standing here with my heart in my hand, watching her flirt with Bandit of all fucking people, as what little hope I’d clung to died a bit inside.
I waited to see if she’d acknowledge me somehow, the plea that she’d throw me one of her smiles—something, anything—battering me inside. A wave, even. Just some sign that she saw me, that she still cared, that there might be a chance for us to put the past between us.
I’d missed her this week, missed seeing her face, hearing her laugh. We’d been apart for a decade, and somehow the glimpses I’d had of her had made everything harder, bringing back all those feelings we’d had for each other with a sharpness that pierced me.
Look at me. Please. Forgive me. Let me in.
I stood there like an idiot, the sound of Easy saying my name over and over again drowned out by the bar noise and the pounding of my heart.
And then she did turn, shifting her body away from me, tilting her face up to Bandit, her lips curving in a smile I knew all too well.


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