Can first impressions ever be overcome?
Manda Partridge has spent her life proving she is more than the brainless damsel in distress who needs a man to protect her. While her partners in Top Flight give her the respect she desires, that isn’t always the case with her trainees.
When Anders Jorgensson accidently tackles a woman while trying to catch a pass, she is more than a little irritated with him. It wouldn’t be a big deal, but it turns out she is his new Top Flight instructor.
As they spend more time together, things go from bad to worse.
Just when their relationship reaches a boiling point, they get stranded in a foreign country with only each other to rely on. But as their debates become deeper, they discover the person behind the cutting words.
And soon, it’s not just their lives on the line, but their hearts.
I liked getting to see Mustang, or Manda’s story. She was a side character in each of the other books. I always love seeing the side characters get their story.
I loved where Manda is stationed. She’s stationed on a small island near Sweden. It was also fun that Manda knew Swedish when no one around her expected her to. I know a little bit of Swedish and it was a fun connection for me.
Manda meets Anders when he plows into her as he’s playing football. She’s not the nicest about it. And neither of them have a very good opinion of the other. Which makes their next meetings not only awkward, but they just add to the bad feelings between the two.
I really had to laugh when they are barely on speaking terms, but end up stranded alone in the middle of no where. And have to work to get out of danger relying on only each other.
I loved the way they work together and come to see each other in a different light. This kind of trope might be my favorite. Enemies to lovers. I love it!
I was sent an e-copy of Mustang as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.
What to read after Mustang
This post contains affiliate links.