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Maybe Later

Fly.
By Kristen Mara

Series Description:

From rooftop cocktails in Rome to legendary parties at her East Village apartment, Charlie knows the world is hers. Again. Finally. Each flight she works offers a first class full of business men and celebrities. Every layover is a chance to explore a city, eat the food, and carouse with her crew.

 A full life empty of thought is the perfect distraction from being haunted and hunted. Perfect hair, nails, scintillating smile. She'll never let them see her crack. And they’re never pinning it on her.

Some layovers, she disappears. Occasionally, she pales when the phone rings. She trembles when she imagines they're on her flight.

Between men, mimosas, and Metro stations, Charlie is slowly discovering that sometimes 9000 miles away isn’t a far enough flight from the past. Only time will reveal if her flight time is up. If they’ll catch her and ground her for good.

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Weekly
Status: Inactive



Author Bio For Kristen Mara:

Kristen M. Bailey is a freelance writer living in the New York Area. She has worked as a teacher, writer, and flight attendant since graduating in 2009. A native Floridian, Kristen earned her B.A. in Journalism and International Studies before moving to teach English in Tokyo. She gained a TESOL certification, teaching English to business students across Tokyo and Seoul.

She has written for local publications in her hometown such as the Pensacola News Journal, Bella magazine, and the Japan Travel website when based in Japan.

Upon moving stateside, Kristen has since worked as a flight attendant and freelance writer. Obsessed with food in general and humanity at large, Kristen records her encounters and adventures about cuisine, curious things, and philanthropic causes on her blog: bewhiskedaway.wordpress.com. She also works for fun as a contributing intern with AKA Mom Magazine. ­Follow her @bewhiskedaway on Instagram and @KristenB1222 on Twitter.







Series Description:

From rooftop cocktails in Rome to legendary parties at her East Village apartment, Charlie knows the world is hers. Again. Finally. Each flight she works offers a first class full of business men and celebrities. Every layover is a chance to explore a city, eat the food, and carouse with her crew.

 A full life empty of thought is the perfect distraction from being haunted and hunted. Perfect hair, nails, scintillating smile. She'll never let them see her crack. And they’re never pinning it on her.

Some layovers, she disappears. Occasionally, she pales when the phone rings. She trembles when she imagines they're on her flight.

Between men, mimosas, and Metro stations, Charlie is slowly discovering that sometimes 9000 miles away isn’t a far enough flight from the past. Only time will reveal if her flight time is up. If they’ll catch her and ground her for good.

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Weekly
Status: Inactive


Author Bio For Kristen Mara:

Kristen M. Bailey is a freelance writer living in the New York Area. She has worked as a teacher, writer, and flight attendant since graduating in 2009. A native Floridian, Kristen earned her B.A. in Journalism and International Studies before moving to teach English in Tokyo. She gained a TESOL certification, teaching English to business students across Tokyo and Seoul.

She has written for local publications in her hometown such as the Pensacola News Journal, Bella magazine, and the Japan Travel website when based in Japan.

Upon moving stateside, Kristen has since worked as a flight attendant and freelance writer. Obsessed with food in general and humanity at large, Kristen records her encounters and adventures about cuisine, curious things, and philanthropic causes on her blog: bewhiskedaway.wordpress.com. She also works for fun as a contributing intern with AKA Mom Magazine. ­Follow her @bewhiskedaway on Instagram and @KristenB1222 on Twitter.