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In Flight: Up in the Air, Book 1 Audio Download – Unabridged

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  • Audio Download
  • Listening Length: 9 hours and 24 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: R.K. Lilley LLC
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 20 Sept. 2013
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FAHZOX6
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I bought this book because it is a genre I enjoy and it got loads of really good ratings and reviews on amazon.com.

So I was really looking forward to reading it. Unfortunately I did not resonate with the Dominant Billionaire James or the Virginal Bianca at all and found the writing style clumsy and unbelievable.

I'm finding it hard to finish this book. I mean I'm at 70% but I've started having to force myself to keep on reading from about 33% into the book.

James Cavendish reads more like a female than a male, the way he talks about and expresses his feelings ALL THE TIME. Not really how 'normal' men behave, let alone a Dominant male.

I just don't find James Cavendish a credible Dominant. He might be an attractive Billionaire and like BDSM-play, but he sometimes just don't seem in control enough of his emotions for a Dom. He sometimes even seem desperate and needy.
Then there is Bianca whom did not make a credible/believable Virgin imo. She just did not seem vulnerable or innocent enough for even a 23 year old Virgin.

Bianca and her best friend Stephen are both flight attendants. They have been friends since they were 14 year old runaways kids. They have been inseparable since then. Taking care of and protecting one another. I adore Stephan and just barely like Bianca.

The story is a good but definitely not original idea and the characters was just not well enough developed.

At this stage I'm finding it hard not to smirk and roll my eyes at the characters. I'm going to try to finish reading this book. But really, there are just too many good books out there waiting to be read. I'm not sure this book is worth wasting more time on.

I will most definitely NOT be reading the last two books in this Trilogy!
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I have not read 50 Shades of Bared to you, so I can't compare this book to them but reading some of the reviews, apparently it is very similar.

I didn't mind paying just under £2 to read it and I like the authors style of writing. I can't say James did it for me...I'm not sure he is a proper Dom, he seemed a bit too soppy to be a controlling Dom.

I felt what happened near the end was a bit rushed. What I am annoyed about is the second book is nearly £5. I didn't like this book enough to pay that for the second installment. Goodness knows how much the third installment will be when it is released, but I'm sure this whole story could have been told in one book yet it now seems the norm (I blame 50 shades) to tell a story over a trilogy of books. I feel like these authors are taking the 'p' just a little bit. Especially with the pricing.

I would recommend this book, I liked it, I just didn't love it. I will keep an eye on the pricing of the second and third book and will read them if they are priced under £2.
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First read January 2013, re-read October 2014.

Since I couldnt decide what new book to read and also with the upcoming release of Mr Beautiful I thought I'd remind myself of the insanely-alpha-possessive hero that is James Cavendish. Sigh.

For some reason I didnt review this book the first time, probably because I was too eager to to get into the second book after the turn of events at the end.....yep...I bit of a cliffy! Even though I have read all three books and so know the outcome, I'm still just as eager, and even edgy, wanting to read the rest as quickly as possible to re-assure myself that all will be well.

This book is everything I love in an erotic romance. A tall, hot, sexy, beautiful, possessive, alpha male who takes what he wants. The heroine, Bianca is a strong woman who has probably more demons than James. She's younger than him and much less experienced, but this didnt bother me. I know there are alot of heroines out there like that, but for me there was more to the story than this, so I liked that element - it just seemed right.

After meeting on a flight to/from New York, James is rather up front and wants to proposition Bianca, something she is very reluctant to even discuss, but with some careful planning on James and Stephan's (her bestest-best-friend) part they eventually see each other again. Bianca, bless her, does her best to put James off - getting drunk and embarssing herself, but of course it doesnt work and the two inevitably end up in a no-strings-attached-no-public-dates relationship. This quickly changes for James at least, when he decides he wants more from her and finds it infuriating when she seems blase about the whole arrangement. Reading from her POV though, it's clear that is not the case.
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I was very surprised by how much I enjoyed this book as I tend to stray away from books of this type. I fell in love with James Cavendish and especially how he was this hotshot, smooth billionaire, but also retained a gentleman feel about him. This was a combination that ensured you liked him from the start and didn't get the jerk vibe from him too.

I really liked all the characters both the main and the secondary ones as they each brought a little extra to the book. I quite liked how Bianca was not afraid to stand up for herself and effectively speak her mind, rather than the very quiet and go-along with anything kind of girls that we read so often about. There are a lot of hot moments in this book and the characters did have a nice connection and chemistry.

I think if you love the rich man, naive virgin BDSM books (like FSOG) then you will enjoy this as they both share similar themes. I'm not really a huge lover of the BDSM type books and tend to avoid them, but I found this one to be quite light in comparison to others and so I found I could read it easily and not be too put off. There is a cliffhanger so you will be wanting the second book right away!
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