Book Review #230: Turbulent Waters

Author: Melody Anne

Genre: Romance, Women’s Fiction

Language: English

Series, if any: Billionaire Aviators, Book 3

Publisher: Montlake Romance

Date of publication: 7 February 2017

No. Of pages: 285


Coast Guard pilot Nick Armstrong lives for the adrenaline rush. But after his helicopter crashes into the ocean during a mission, shattering his knee, and breaking his mental peace, he encounters a whole different type of thrill when he meets his new physical therapist. Maybe being grounded isn’t so bad after all.

Smart, sexy, and deeply guarded, Chloe Reynolds is the type of woman who drives Nick crazy for all the right reasons. But as she tries to help him heal, Chloe struggles to keep her heart and secrets safe.


What I loved the most about this book would be the characters, not that the plot is not good or something. But in this case, the characters were powerful and dynamic and both overcame the limitations that fictional words can often provide. The plot, though traditional, had a bit of a twist that helped in making it interesting. But the characters justified every single word that has been written. The chemistry was off-the-charts and kept me blushing and askinn for more at the same time. The narrative style is simple brilliant; writing fortieth book shows the level of skill and talent. 

I loved the way the title and the cover image brilliantly plays with the plot description. Sometimes more than overt-sexiness, subtlety has a more unique appeal. 

My opinion: I loved the book, and I am waiting for the next one in anticipation. 

My rating: 4.5 out of 5


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