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DECEMBER, 2017 LOVE IN THE AIR By: Adam Mann The Plot: Two passengers find some com- mon ground on a flight to Taipei. Charlie meets Sue-ling on a trans- Pacific flight to Taipei after flight delays due to bad weather, and then further delays mean a long stop-over in the transit area at the airport. Charlie decides to stay at the airport hotel where he can get a shower and rest a bit and is helped by Sue-ling who joins him as she too is delayed by the weather. Their in-flight conversation becomes more than friendly, as they have to wait for their flight connections, and a mix-up in the hotel bathroom exposes more than just her skin as their relation- ship develops. Reviews Welcome. Available in Print and E-Book At: Amazon Smashwords An Excerpt “You have to go that way, but I‟m going over there,” Sue-ling indicated the overhead signs, “Oh yes, here‟s my mobile phone number so if you give me a ring sometime, and then I‟ll have your number,” and she handed him a small card. “Good-bye Sue-ling,” said Charlie, “thanks for your time and help on the flight. Sue-ling smiled and on tip toe kissed Charlie on his right cheek, and she walked away. Charlie followed the signs leading to the Departure Hall but was still thinking about her. He dialed her number in his mobile phone, and it rang. “Is that the attractive lady I met on the flight from Vancou- ver?” he asked into the phone. “No, sorry, I can‟t see her around here,” she replied, “but I‟ll give you a call if I do.” Author Contact Info: Price: $0.99 Length: Pages 76 Heat Level: R+ Website Twitter Amazon Author Page Biography: Adam Mann has written over thirty romance stories. In many cases the heroine comes from Asia, but this is partly because that is where he has been working in remote areas for over thirty years. Adam admires the re- solve and determination of these ladies from Asia, even in challenging and problematic circumstances. Most of his stories are partially derived from his personal experience and also based in locations that he knows as he‟s lived and worked there. He freely admits that his imagination makes up a good proportion of each of the stories. He‟s often found that romance is not always where a hard-working boy meets good looking girl and they live happily ever after. Most of his characters are a bit more battered in their lives before they meet, so their circumstances and incen- tives are much more clearly defined. Most of Adam‟s stories are about twenty thousand words, so not very long, and cheap to buy at ninety-nine cents and easy to read. 31 5