A summer in New Orleans is exactly what Allie needs before starting college. Accepting her dad's invitation to work at his hotel offers an escape from her ex-boyfriend and the chance to spend the summer with her best friend. Meeting a guy is the last thing on her mind - until she sees Levi.
Unable to resist the infuriating yet alluring Levi, Allie finds herself at the center of a supernatural society and forced to decide between following the path she has always trusted and saving a city that might just save her.
"Flight has everything: An amazing plot, totally awesome characters and a sizzling hot romance." (Katie, The Queen of Teen Fiction)
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I've heard quite a lot of books here in Audible and I would rank it my tenth favorite book
The intensity of their attraction is definitely gets to you
No, not really her voice has no emotion and affects the story but maybe I'm just spoiled by Amy McFadden
No, but it was a really interesting book, it really gives you a new perspective on this type of stories
I thought this book didn't really develop the story line very well and the relationship seemed a bit unreal or forced. I really think that this is just a copy of the Hush Hush Series. If you are looking for intense romance, hot boys and really amazing story i strongly recommend it.
Most Annoying Voice to Marr a Good Story
No! I'm not sure if she is truly Southern or attempting a Southern accent and failing miserably. Her voice hangs on the end of sentence and almost sounds whiny and nasally. Very irritating - the main character is from New York and I just don't imagine her being very whiny. The men in the book sound whiny with her voice reading as well.
Sadly, no. I listened to it because I purchased it and wanted to use it, but the whiny, nasally voice was so irritating, it made it very difficult.
I try not to say negative things about something that is a part of someones makeup, in this case, Amy Rubinate's voice, but she should not be reading audio books.
- Lori Stine