Sarah doesn’t talk to strangers. Aiden won’t shut up. When they find themselves next to each other on a plane, unexpected sparks begin to fly …
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Sarah doesn’t talk to strangers. It’s awkward, stressful, and there’s the uncontrollable blushing to worry about. When she boards a plane to fly home after an overseas holiday, she plans to stick her nose in a book and ignore everyone around her.
Aiden’s terrified of flying, and it’s his first time on a plane. If he can distract himself by talking non-stop for the entire flight, he will. Too bad for Sarah he’s sitting right next to her.
Against all Sarah’s expectations, she ends up enjoying Aiden’s company. They laugh, argue, concoct stories about other passengers, and accidentally hold hands during the turbulence. When the time comes to say goodbye, Sarah can’t help the crazy thought that she shouldn’t let Aiden go.
Then he kisses her.
And then he’s gone.
With her world turning upside down in more ways than one, Sarah has to make a decision: stick with the safe, predictable life that’s been mapped out for her, or find the courage to go after what she truly wants.
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Nominated as an InD’tale RONE Award Finalist in 2015, The Trouble with Flying is a sweet, clean contemporary romance that can be read as a standalone novel.
This book is amazing!! I couldn’t put it down! It is clean and funny. The author really draws you into the characters. I can’t wait to read more by this author!
The Trouble With Flying
First time reading this author, and I definitely will be reading more by her. An excellent story with no four letter words or jumping into bed. Imagine that ! Kept me interested the whole way through and really didn’t want it to end. Sadly, all good things do.
This book is so nice!!
I’m sooo happy I found this book because it’s such a cute book and I loved it so much! At first I was scared cause I thought it was going to end bad but the ending was the best part but also the worst part because it ended!! Lol
I will admit there were some annoying parts but it kept the story interesting and it didn’t stop me from giving this book five stars. Well done.