Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Review: Turbulent Waters by Melody Anne


Turbulent Waters is the third book in The Billionaire Aviators series by Melody Anne. It can be read as a standalone, but I would recommend reading the whole series as it is too good to miss. 

Captain Nick Armstrong flies for the Coast Guard rescuing people from dangerous situations in the Pacific Ocean. He is now laid up due to injuries sustained in a helicopter crash where he was the only survivor. Not only does he have physical injuries, but the emotional issue of losing his whole crew that still torments him. 

In steps Chloe Reynolds who is a physical therapist, who is also the sister of one of the crew members that died. Her father wants revenge and wants Chloe to find the evidence that will send Nick to jail. However; the first time Chloe meets Nick she wonders if he is the monster that her father portrayed him at. 

As Chloe works with Nick, the feelings they feel can't be denied, but can Chloe remain distance or does passion get in the way of things. 
When secrets are revealed, anger can't be denied and relationships destroyed. 

Can forgiveness occur when two people have a connection or do they go their separate ways?

Melody Anne writes with such passion that you are drawn into the character's world and feel each of the character's emotions as they face the truth. 
If you love a good romance with a lot of passion this book is for you and I highly recommend it. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

Novel: Can be read as a standalone within The Billionaire Aviators series. 
Characters: Alpha male with a lot of passion and independent women, who finds her strength in love. 
Writing: Very smooth, developed, and even paced.
Storyline: Sexy, passionate love story with a HEA 
Heat: Sizzling

5 Koala Paws

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