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American Flyboy by [Clark, N.D.]
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Lt. Kenneth Hellman is an American fighter pilot escorting B-24 bombers on a mission over Germany in WWII. After his plane is hit by enemy flak, he is captured and interrogated by one of the most ruthless men in the Waffen SS, Colonel Wolfgang Farber.

When two of Farber's men make sexual advances, Hellman is torn between loyalty to his country and acting on his latent homosexual desires; his decision will send him reeling as he faces a world he could never have imagined, one filled with raw, unbridled sex, his deepest core convictions called into question and many narrow escapes from death.

After surviving horrendous torture, he is then sent by train to a POW camp in Lamsdorf, Poland. After three days on the train, Hellman arrives at his assigned German POW camp, Stalag Luft VIII-B for captured enemy airmen. His first introduction to POW life is a run in with the unscrupulous Sergeant Heinrich Hitzig who runs a gang of guards inside the camp.

Kenneth soon meets Colonel Wilhelm Braun of the German Luftwaffe, the Commandant of the camp, who is smitten with his newest arrival. The German commandant saves the American flyboy from the dreary and abusive life of the typical POW by appointing him his personal assistant and valet.

But now, the Russians are closing in on the camp and Kenneth and Wilhelm must attempt to flee to safety. At a small airport in Lamsdorf, the Gestapo has discovered their plans and moves to intercept.

Wilhelm engages the Gestapo agents in gunfire and is ultimately captured, but his courageous acts have given his American Flyboy time to escape.

Will Kenneth and Wilhelm overcome daunting odds to be reunited and rekindle their fledgling relationship?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2199 KB
  • Print Length: 191 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1523323876
  • Publisher: N.D. Clark; 1 edition (5 December 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01903V9UW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xb3152408) out of 5 stars 11 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb31896fc) out of 5 stars This is not Hogan’s Heroes! 15 January 2016
By Kerwin L. Schaefer - Published on Amazon.com
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It’s more of a war story than a gay male romance. The sex, which happens quite frequently, is very well described, but it’s not always pleasant. And when it’s unpleasant, the author doesn’t pull his punches. If you like action/adventure set against the background of Germany collapsing before the onslaught of the Russian Army, plus lots of raw male/male sex of all kinds, you’ll find it in this book.
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HASH(0xb3189b34) out of 5 stars Not your average war drama. I highly recommend this erotic gay drama 17 January 2016
By L.A - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
4.5 stars - This is not your average war story as it is also a very erotic drama. It is a very masculine tale so don't expect much candy floss. It feels real, and brutal in a way that I kept twitching and biting my nails. I look forward to reading Mr Clark's next story.
HASH(0xb319012c) out of 5 stars Giving New Meaning to Sleeping with the Enemy! 21 January 2016
By Alex Christian - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
N.D. Clark's "American Flyboy" is an excellent read for those history buffs that love m/m action. Kenneth, an American ace shoots down his Nazi enemies both for his country as well as for a measure of revenge for two lost comrades. That is, until one day when he is shot down over enemy territory. He is quickly surrounded and taken prisoner by a vicious and sadistic SS Uberfuhrer, and Kenneth's future could not look any more bleak.

But, then, the unexpected happens. Kenneth discovers that he is not exactly alone. On the way to a P.O.W. camp, he finds himself in the company of several Germans who disagree with Hitler's ambitions and realize that the war is all but over for Germany. He finds help in some of the most unexpected places such as a couple of SS soldiers and a P.O.W. camp commandant. One of which turns out to be the love of his life. Together, they launch a daring escape plan that bonds them all together forever.

Clark's descriptive writing allows the reader to sit inside of the cockpit of an American fighter plane as well as feel the cold, misery, and dispair of being an enemy P.O.W. The book is filled with intrigue and action packed especially when it comes to m/m sex. The eroticism is off the scale and leaves the reader wishing that they were actually there to participate!

If this is Clark's introduction, what will he do for an encore?
HASH(0xb3189fd8) out of 5 stars 4.5 stars for a new writer with sizable talent 7 February 2016
By Rodd Clark - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
ND Clark’s debut novel is an interesting tale and ripe with a bevy of man-to-man sex. When I was reading American Flyboy I couldn’t help but think that there needs to be even more gay historical romantic fiction and I am hopeful this writer will pick up the mantle and deliver more of the same. Looking at an excerpt to describe the book, I considered the below:

““My flyboy,” Wilhelm whispered as he turned his battered face from the piercing light illuminating his cell. When he observed Wilhelm’s wrists cuffed to iron bars anchored into the cement wall above his bare wooden bunk, Armand cursed under his breath. His eyes followed caked crimson trails from Wilhelm’s lacerated lips and nose to the teardrop stains of carmine splattered over his plain white shirt.”

The omniscient happily-ever-after has its place, and for those who long to see the elicit romance between soldiers, (and one laced heavily with homoerotic passions) I would say this story would be a fine choice to enjoy. I think I would love to see more of what this fledgling author has in his repertoire and hope that he continues with historical flights of fancy as he did in American Flyboy.
HASH(0xb3189c30) out of 5 stars For those who love to read a good MM story set in that ... 2 April 2016
By Cookie Moretti - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
American Flyboy" by N.D. Clark (MM/Romance/Historical)

A copy of this book was provided to me by Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.

****4 STARS****

This is a story about Lt. Kenneth Hellman, who is a fighter pilot for the U.S. The time is set during the war with Germany when Hitler wanted to practically wipe out everyone. For those who love to read a good MM story set in that time period, this is an epic story for you. Even if you don't know much about history, you'll like this book.

The story was engaging, with Kenneth leading the way as he is captured by the enemy. In the camp where they take him and other prisoners, he meets a German soldier who he falls for and vise versa. I love reading about soldiers finding their HEA and Clark did a great job with descriptions and emotions of the two MCs, making the story believable. Kenneth's journey wasn't a walk in the park and you're left cheering for him. Even though the romance was surprisingly quick, it just made the story more likable for a time period set in one of the darkest histories of humankind.