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I found Jake intriguing and downright hilarious most of the time. Jake doesn’t do relationships. In fact, he never has the desire to be with the same woman twice in a row. But things change when he meets Gillian.
Gillian is quite the character. She’s making it on her own in NYC. Her family does not approve, but she doesn't care. She’s working part time as a housekeeper in a hotel, and also as a flight attendant. The way she and Jake meet… it was epic. Jake and Gillian have a combustible attraction towards one another. Gillian knows getting involved with him would not be a good idea, but she can’t resist.
As a pilot and flight attendant, it’s forbidden that they’re together. Their relationship is kept secret and there is a lot of things each one is hiding from the other. Their story is off the charts steamy, intense and a bit emotional at times. But there is a lot of humor that lightens it up some. I loved all their emails and texts to one another.
You know I love a broken man, so Jake was a fantastic character for me. I couldn’t help but to love him. I also loved seeing him change, watching his character grow and develop. Gillian was great too, and I never guessed her secret/twist.
If you’re looking for a forbidden romance that’s steamy, funny and angst-filled, this is one I recommend! Be ready for a bit of a bumpy, turbulence filled ride when starting this one! I love Whitney’s writing and couldn’t be happier that she’s back! 5 stars!
Turbulence is an erotic romance with heart. It's a novel with a pulse and I more than loved living it. It's a well-written, addictive, and sexy read that I will definitely be reading multiple times to come.
If you look at Whitney G's bio on retail sites, you'll see it states that her "stories feature strong heroines, alpha males, and lots of witty banter." I can't describe this novel any better, except to add that her stories are just fun as hell. I was simply happy while reading this. No, that's a lie; I was cheesing so hard, positively giddy, if I'd read it in public then people would've thought me certifiable. I loved this story so much.
Turbulence opens with Gillian, a flight attendant and Jake, a pilot in the midst of an emotional storm. We're thrown right into their drama and it's delicious. This novel doesn't feature a straightforward narrative; it jumps back to before Gillian and Jake meet, and sometimes alternates between the past and the present, with missing pieces in between that are revealed as we get to know the characters. I loved the plot structure. We all know the typical, linear set-up for romances: boy meets girl, boy loses girl, and boy gets girl again. This began in the midst of the emotional arc, so I was quickly invested, and so curious to see what the hell happened between these two explosive characters. And they are explosive. Apart, they're both interesting and likable, if not a little nuts. And together, they're fire.
Turbulence has it's own unique style; though, it is somewhat formulaic, or more accurately, it's the Whitney G standard. Although, I'm not complaining because I've loved everything I've read by her, so I'll follow that formula anytime. What formula am I referring to? Great chemistry, witty dialogue, (lots of) HAWT sex, an insanely sexy and frustrating hero, a heroine I can be besties with, a pretty engaging plot, if not a little ridiculous, and unstructured at times (though I loved the layout). This book was hard to walk away from, and the only reason I did was because I had to work hard for my money.
Turbulence features a couple that may be (I'm still debating it) on Andrew and Aubrey's level. Gillian is smart; she’s honest with her emotions (sometimes hilariously crazy); she’s open; she’s funny; she’s weak for Jake, but strong enough to stand up for herself. She’s a good heroine.
Jake is a good guy. He's a quick-tongued, unforgiving, emotionally detached ***hole, but he's a good guy. He’s smart and a smart ***, which made him a fun, and SEXY hero to fall for. Have I told you that I love smart guys? Give me brains with some underlying emotional damage and I’m golden. Jake is golden.
Whitney G. had a tough task delivering a story that I’ve been salivating for for close to a year now, a book that I expected to read when I was different reader. My tastes have definitely changed, my standards have risen, but as long as she keeps writing stories that make me feel how this one made me feel (elated!), then I'll keep coming back for more. I love Turbulence. (I was going to say I love her, but I don't know her, and I'm trying to subdue my stalker tendencies.) I recommend.
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