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I’m so excited to introduce you to a fellow military spouse and author extraordinaire,

TA Foster and her super sexy story FLY!

Hi TA!!! Welcome!!!

giphy-3I have to start off by drooling over this amazing cover.

Fly_FullCover_webHOLY HOTNESS!

giphy-4About FLY…

Not everyone’s good at one-night stands.

Skye Stephens has the worst day of her professional career, and all she wants to do is shed her power suit and get lost in the sheets with the hot guy she met at the bar. The problem is, this uptight ad exec doesn’t know how to do one-night stands. She has strict rules about dating and when to let a man in her bedroom.

Fighter pilot Ben “Bolt” Hardcastle is used to lovin’ and leavin’. But, after he meets Skye, one night doesn’t seem to be enough.

When these two crash-land into each other, a connection strong enough to make the loner pilot and the sexy businesswoman shed their rules about love and relationships begins to burn deeper than either of them ever expected.


(JR) Are there any scenes in Fly that are personal to you?

(TAF) The scene that is personal to me and I still deal with regularly is when Skye sends Bolt off for a deployment. There’s a balance that a lot of women try to strike with being strong, yet letting their guy know they are upset and don’t want them to leave. It’s never fun sending someone overseas, no matter the destination.

(JR) Skye is both vulnerable and strong. How did you craft her personality?

(TAF) I really wanted Skye to be relatable. She has a touch exterior when it comes to her own ambitions and career goals, but after meeting Bolt, she discovers there might be more to life than climbing the corporate ladder. He brings out a more sensitive side to her.

(JR) As a military spouse what do you want readers to take away from the story?

(TAF) -For those readers who haven’t had any experience with the military, especially dating someone who serves, I hope Fly helps them see the struggles and strains that test a relationship. It can be romantic and exciting, but there is also an extra level of commitment that has to go into making the relationship work.

(JR) Which one of your characters would you say you can relate to the most and why? 

(TAF) This is a tough one! There is probably a little bit of me in all of my female characters, but I try to make sure they have characteristics that challenge me as a writer. There certainly isn’t a cookie cutter one. I wish I had a little bit of all of their strengths! I can probably relate the most to Skye because of the military component and her life with Bolt.



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More about the Author


T.A. Foster met, fell in love with, and married her own Marine fighter pilot. Through deployments, trainings, and sometimes living oceans apart, their own love story continues every day.

She grew up catching rays and waves along the North Carolina Outer Banks and now resides in the state with her husband, two children, and two canine kiddos.

T.A. has an undergraduate degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a graduate degree in Educational Psychology from Texas A&M University. When she’s not chasing her two-legged and four-legged children or trying to escape for date night, you can find her reading, writing, or planning her next beach trip.






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