Flying Hard for Finn by Ashlynn Mills

 Flying Hard For Finn is the next installment of the Pet Play by the Lake Multi-author series.

From the blurb:

Doves symbolize peace, love and hope.


I never imagined my step dad's brother would be all those things for me. Finn I expect to show up at a friend's party to let off some steam, not stumble upon the most perfect pet I've ever seen.

Beautiful and graceful, I can't take my eyes off of him. As he flaps his wings and steps inside a bird cage, my breath catches in my throat. I couldn't get what I needed from any of the pups or kittens I played with and now I understand why. I was always meant to have someone who could not only run, but also fly into my arms.

Not just anyone. Him.

The moment he takes off his mask is when everything gets more complicated. Not only will I have to convince my beautiful bird to be mine, but I’ll also have to convince my step uncle—because as it turns out, they’re one and the same.

Everyone will say it’s wrong, but whenever I look at Theo, all I see is right. He's been hurt before and I never understood why his heartbreak called to me so much. I want to be the one to mend the pieces back together. And I will be. No matter how long it takes, I will help heal his broken wings so he can touch the sky again.

Flying Hard For Finn is part of the Pet Play by the Lake multi-author, shared world series. You can expect plenty of snuggling, romping and playtime from a variety of adorable pets and their commanding Daddies, Masters and handlers.

Heather's Review:

I have to say that I started this book while I wasn't feeling well and the beginning sort of confused me - there are a lot of names and interconnected people that you meet in the first few pages and it was a lot for my dayquilled brain to catch up to... but once I got into the story it was a lovely reverse age gap, step-family story with an older sub and a younger dom... and Dove Play!

This story only peripherally interacts with the Pet Play By The Lake story, partially because the characters know each other already, which for me was a little sad - I like the level of interaction with the staff and other attendees that some of the other books have, but I understand that it didn't work with this story.

Overall, a lovely story that explores Dove Play - which was a new pet for me and a nice read.

Rating: 3.5 Stars 

Flying Hard For Finn is currently available in paperback and e-book formats and can be read as part of your Kindle Unlimited Subscription