Turbulence

  • by Whitney G.
  • Narrated by Erin Mallon, Joe Arden
  • 10 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Strap yourself into the cockpit for the "flight of your life" via the newest erotic romance from New York Times best-selling author Whitney G.
Jake Weston and I met under a cloud of cliches: Boy meets girl. Boy charms girl. Boy screws girl. He was the sexiest, cockiest man I'd ever encountered, but I had no idea he was a senior pilot when we met. No idea we worked for the same airline, and he had secrets just like me.
After a passionate night of unforgettable sex, I thought I'd never see him again, but when I did, neither of us could walk away.... We weren't supposed to be together, we definitely weren't supposed to fall in love, and yet our turbulent and forbidden love affair took on a life of its own. We knew we could potentially crash and burn, but what we had was so intoxicating and inescapable that we were both willing to risk it all.
This is us. This is our messed up love. This is Turbulence.

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Airline Shades of Grey

I love all things flying, airport and travel. This book was a success on all three, but it sure takes a long time to get there. Narrators save a slow-moving story. Problem is, it's yet another rich, emotionless, scarred guy who, after one magic night together, turns an otherwise smart, happy woman into an obsessed madwoman who has to know why this guy is like that, while having sex with him in what is a master-slave relationship that indicates she is pretty stupid.

Last third is the best and it's well read, but, c'mon, enough with the filthy rich, aloof, screwed-up-childhood "heroes", treating otherwise sharp women like dirt, and they love it.

Please.
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- Walter

I flew high on the angst, irritation and fun.

What a great, absorbing read this was, it had the power to make me feel so much and many of those emotions were irritation, hate, frustration but there was also hope and lots of amusement. TURBULENCE was an unusual read in that neither of the main characters were likeable for quite some time but their story and event was just had me completely hooked. As with a few of Whitney G's books, there was a slice of 'this would never really happen in real life' but I can get on board with that concept.

I'm not sure I have the right adjectives to describe the character of Senior Captain Jake but jerk and robot are two. He was such a fun character to listen to and Joe Arden really brought his POV to life in the audiobook. There was character growth, that growth was the slowest burn ever, but it was there. I can say I was eventually converted to like, not love. Gillian spent a significant time of the book being a weak, sappy woman but I did feel sorry for her and when she showed her backbone I was all about engagement. These two had intense chemistry focused mainly on the physical but it was fun reading and I enjoyed the banter (reluctant banter in Jake's case) between these two. Despite Gillian not being the strongest woman, I really enjoyed her journey and the backstories for both her and Jake prior to meeting one another.

TURBULENCE provided an enjoyable flight of angst, fun, irritation, investment and hope. I thoroughly enjoyed this as an audio and both narrators absolutely nailed the characters. I'm excited to see a little free epilogue so I'm off to read that next.

Reviewed for Jo&IsaLoveBooks Blog.
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- Kindling Micky

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-06-2016
  • Publisher: Audible Studios