The Mile High Guy by Marisa Mackle

A romantic comedy written by a former flight attendant and number one bestseller!

‘Welcome on board, Ladies and Gentlemen!

Mingling with rich and famous forst class passengers is all in a day’s work for Katie. But when she meets a gorgeous, eligible TV star on board a transatlantic flight from New York to Dublin, her whole word is turned upside down. Adam is everything a woman could want and more. But why is he insisting on keeping their relationship a secret? And is really a member of THAT club?


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This novel was a lot of fun…light hearted and a good laugh. Katie the main character is a rather ditzy and giddy flight attendant in search of her knight in shining armour. She is a hopeless romantic in a very sweet way – some of the comments made by the main character as this story rolls on, are so typical and funny I found myself agreeing and nodding my head, while laughing out loud (much to the strange looks from the rest of the household!).

The Irish humour shines through in the book and is delightful. A feel good story laced with lots of fun.

Katie falls for one of her first class passengers, but is he really the one for her?

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone who likes a light read that gives a lot of laughs and giggles as well.

Delightful. I have always enjoyed Marisa’s books as they are true to life and down to earth. Most of us can relate to them in some way.




One thought on “The Mile High Guy by Marisa Mackle

  1. Jane Risdon June 2, 2013 at 7:52 am Reply

    Looks like a fun read Jo. having been with groups of young lads on long haul flights all anxious to join this elite club I can tell you there are many stories to be told and this one looks like one worth entertaining. Thanks so much.

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