Love at First Flight is the debut novel of Tess Woods, and you would be forgiven for thinking that sounds a little familiar.
It was July 2015 that I reviewed Love at First Flight when it was published by the digital first imprint at Harper Collins, Impulse.
25th July 2016 and Love at First Flight will be available for the first time in print with a gorgeous new cover.
The reviews and response to the e-book was overwhelmingly positive. Love at First Flight quickly won critical acclaim worldwide and picked up an AusRom Today Reader’s Choice award. This book is also the first HarperCollins Australia digital book acquisition to be given a print release.
‘Looking back on it now, I can see it was instant. The second we locked eyes. Boom. Just like that. And despite the carnage it brought to all our lives, I still don’t regret it.’
Mel is living the dream. She’s a successful GP, married to a charming anaesthetist and raising a beautiful family in their plush home in Perth. But when she boards a flight to Melbourne, her picture-perfect life unravels. Seated on the plane she meets Matt, and for the first time ever she falls in love.
What begins as a flirty conversation quickly develops into a hot and obsessive affair with consequences that neither Mel nor Matt seems capable of facing. As the repercussions hit friends and family, Mel’s dream romance turns into nightmare. She learns that there are some wounds that never heal and some scars that you wouldn’t do without.
Book: Love At First Flight
Author: Tess Woods