It’s no secret that I love the biggest arsehole heroes, and Jake was no exception, he was rude, arrogant and extremely unemotional, but that’s the beauty of fiction, I would never put up with a man like this in real life, but to watch a character like Jake fall in deep with a woman, hard and unexpectedly, is one of my biggest guilty pleasures.
“I won’t be the guy you think you can call when you need to talk to someone. Unless it’s about how wet your pussy is, I don’t want your name on my call log, and I don’t need you thinking we’ll ever be friends.”
Gillian is a flight attendant who is struggling to pay the bills, and Jake is a pilot with many secrets. Their relationship is an extremely volatile one, but very passionate and highly charged. What starts as casual sex-only encounters, turns into something full of confusing emotions and full of power-play.
There was a LOT of going back and forth, for both characters, especially on Gillian’s side, but just as it was starting to get on my nerves, the story went in a different direction and luckily I was back on track, in my reading bubble.
I had a few minor niggles, a few missing links that I never felt got resolved, but the biggest of all being that the author used an incorrect airport code for one of the world’s busiest airports, London Heathrow. I just could not fathom how this huge error got past the editor, but I bloody loved it enough to overlook this lack of research.
Yes, it was cliche, and yes it was very predictable, but I enjoyed reading it and that’s what counts.
Turbulence is a standalone erotic romance, told from dual POV.
ARC gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review