Their Plane from Nowhere - Princess S.O.
~ Review by Christine

Earl Knox and Hank Grisset have been secret lovers for years, meeting on weekends at their lake house in the Poconos. Now in their 50’s, they’ve become used to decades of keeping the status quo of, as Earl puts it, “living their own version of Brokeback Mountain.” Sometimes change is inevitable, however, and as Earl decides to take action and change their lives forever, the odd and unexplained appearances and disappearances of an old pontoon plane at their dock has them both scratching their heads. As the drama of coming out to family and friends unfolds, an unexpected tragedy occurs, with lives hanging in the balance. Will Earl and Hank have to deal with more loss? And what is their connection to the mysterious plane?

This novella (approximately 67 pages) was engaging, suspenseful, and a bit eerie. I enjoyed the main characters and was pleased with a fairly well fleshed-out back-story for their relationship. Both Hank and Earl are simple, humble men, and, to my delight, much older than most characters in romance novels. I liked their authenticity and homespun appeal, and though the story begins after many years of them being lovers, their relationship rings true and sweet on the pages. I also enjoyed the touch of paranormal within the context of the story and how the author linked in the mysterious plane. Without giving anything away, the ending contained a delicious little twist, and I found myself quite satisfied with the unexpected morsel...

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