Title: The Trouble with Flying
Series: Trouble Series
Author: Rachel Morgan
Published: June 2014
When nineteen-year-old introvert Sarah boards a plane to fly home after an overseas holiday, the last thing she expects is Aiden, the guy sitting next to her who’s never flown anywhere before and refuses to shut up. Hours of random conversation later, they part ways. Sarah can’t stop thinking about Aiden, though, and wondering if she made a terrible mistake letting him go. Should she abandon her safe, predictable life and go in search of him, or would she be chasing a happily ever after that could never exist in real life?
***Note: This book was provided to The Book Hookup by the author but that did not in any way influence this review!!***
Ana will put The Trouble with Flying on her top shelf!!
Oh my gosh! I absolutely adored this book! You all know how much I love love, right?! Well, this book burrowed itself into my heart from page one and held on tight. The characters felt so real, like friends I’d like to have, and the romance…well, it was sweet and wonderful! It’s the kind of book that makes your heart grow three sizes and sets the butterflies going in your stomach (and, yes, that’s a very good thing)!!
I’ve found that in most books these days the hero is tattooed, tortured, ornery and has enough baggage that he probably needs as U-Haul to cart it around in. And, don’t get me wrong, I like that kind of thing! But I do remember, if I think hard enough, the heroes who’ve won my heart in the past just because they’re sweet and good and tender. And that’s what I got here!! Aiden made my heart beat faster just by being himself. How refreshing and wonderful it was to read about a “real” guy who just wanted to get to know a girl. It brought to mind the warm feelings I got from other such heroes like Etienne St. Clair in Anna and the French Kiss! This is a sigh-inducing romance that you can lose yourself in!
Since I’ve been waxing poetic about Aiden so far in this review, I guess I should also tell you that I loved Sarah. An introvert, with paralyzing shyness around strangers, she keeps to herself in public situations. Lucky for her, Aiden happens to join her on a flight from the UK. Slowly but surely, he’s able to make her comfortable enough to speak with him and, in a more subtle way, he also helps her re-examine her currently life. These two are perfect together. And, in a book where the most physical contact you get is a kiss, the intense connection between Aiden and Sarah is what makes your heart beat faster.
So, what am I trying to say here. Well, I think it’s simply that beautiful love stories exist…that characters can be real…that chance meetings can change our lives…and that a kiss can set your heart a flutter! Oh, and I’m also saying that you should pick up this (and all other books) by Rachel Morgan…I’ve loved everything I’ve read by her and I think you will too!!
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