The Trouble with Flying

The Trouble with Flying

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by Rachel Morgan
     
 

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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

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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 standalone contemporary romance novel from author Rachel Morgan.

Heat Rating: Sweet
• No sex
• No violence
• No explicit language

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780992233938
Publisher:
Rachel Morgan
Publication date:
08/07/2014
Pages:
254
Sales rank:
1,215,610
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.70(d)

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Meet the Author

Rachel Morgan spent a good deal of her childhood living in a fantasy land of her own making, crafting endless stories of make-believe and occasionally writing some of them down. After completing a degree in genetics and discovering she still wasn't grown-up enough for a 'real' job, she decided to return to those story worlds still spinning around her imagination. These days she spends much of her time immersed in fantasy land once more, writing fiction for young adults and those young at heart.

Rachel lives in Cape Town with her husband and three miniature dachshunds. She is the author of the bestselling Creepy Hollow series and the sweet contemporary romance Trouble series.

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The Trouble with Flying 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Liv_Nina 7 months ago
Sarah visited her sister in England and is now flying home to Africa. In the plane she meets Aiden who’s also flying to Africa to attend a family gathering. Sarah doesn’t talk to strangers normally but Aiden flies for the first time and asks Sarah to talk to him and distract him from his thoughts about a plane crash. What a coincidence – Aiden takes the same connection flight as Sarah and they get to know each other a bit more on the second plane. Sarah is smitten by Aiden but soon they have to say goodbye to each other at the airport. Will they see each other again? I had some troubles in the beginning to get into the story and enjoyed the second half of the book a bit more than the first half of it but I love the ending, it’s really cute. I love how the book title got a second meaning. I thought it’s just about the flight from England to Africa, but it’s so much more than that. It’s about to trust in yourself and taking chances. To let yourself fly and when you fall, you let yourself catch by someone who loves you. Loved ones will catch you if you fall and will dare you to do things you’re scared of. But in the end, you’re glad that you did it, because either if you succeeded or not, you don’t need to worry what would have happened if you didn’t do it. Everyone needs somebody to help themselves to face their biggest fears. Such a nice read on holiday. I really enjoyed the book that I got for free. I don’t think that I would have bought it for myself.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyable, slightly uneven novella, about 200 pages long. Gets bogged down about 2/3 of the way thru, but still worth reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book. Make you really look at relatioships. From and avid reader. C
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was pretty good, I like aidens british acsent, just how she discribes i as, delicious! Matt scares me alittle bit tho, but i kinda like the little jump it gives me!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this even though I'm well over this age group!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Everyone has their challenges in life and I love the way this story shows that you can't look at someone and think his/her life is perfect. Sarah is painfully introverted and the reader really comes to understand how difficult this shyness is. She is talented, yet she doubts her abilities, and I really enjoyed watching her become comfortable with herself. Throughout the story, Sarah really learns more about herself, what she wants out of life, and she really gains confidence, thanks in part to Aiden. I loved Aiden! He is so sweet, funny, and confident, yet he struggles with his own fears. He has a way of drawing Sarah out of her shell and forcing her to converse. He also has a way of causing Sarah and those around him to see the big picture in life. I really enjoyed the setting--it's so different from anything I've ever read before and really drew me in. There were a few words or spellings that aren't American, but they were fully explained in the back of the book. I loved the ups and downs--the whole journey was great fun! The friendships and relationships were enjoyable, yet sometimes complicated. Nothing was perfect, but it wasn't depressing. It was fun and entertaining, with a dose of reality. It's so refreshing to find a clean New Adult story. I'm definitely looking forward to more by this author! Content: a few mild expletives; no violence; mild romance--kissing. Clean!
Koalabear3 More than 1 year ago
The Book started out slow but than picked up. I probably would have given it three and a half stars. I found the first 6 chapters to be boring since it was mostly them being on the plane talking to each other. I feel that it couldn't have been condensed. After that the story gets interesting and I enjoyed the rest of it. Sarah ends up meeting Aiden on the plane who just happens to be her boyfriend Matt's cousin. Matt is a control freak and Sarah lets everyone walk all over her. She is attracted to Aiden and seems to have feelings for him. She is not sure why she is even with Matt. Read the story today to see what happens if you can get past the first 6 chapters.
angelinitinibiniAT More than 1 year ago
I loved this book!  I fell in love with the characters from the very beginning.  Sarah was so endearing and totally believable and real.    Aiden was such a fun character to get to know.  What I most loved about this book was that it reminded me how fun falling in love can be and how wonderful a good, clean, romance makes me feel.  I highly recommend reading this book!
SallyGoldman More than 1 year ago
What a pity my end of school-term deadlines at work didn't allow me to sit down and indulge in a cover to cover read of Rachel's latest. Agonisingly, I had to wait for the start of my vacation to continue with this sweet, warm story. Rachel really writes from the heart and I had lots of chuckles over familiar people, places and those yummy Zoo biscuits. Love it, love it, love it Fairy Child! Can't recommend it more highly, not only for teens, but also 50 somethings such as me. Other people give clues as to the story, so I won't repeat these but just want to say "read it or lose out"!
Crushingcinders More than 1 year ago
Perfect for the summer holidays, The Trouble with Flying is a sweet, romantic, feel-good story. I loved the witty dialogue between the characters, who I wished were my BBF’s.  The end of their story came too quickly – I wasn’t ready to say goodbye! I love that that the story is set in Kwa-Zulu Natal, my corner of South Africa. Thank you Rachel for making our beautiful country come alive in the pages of your book. I am counting the days until the release of the next book in the series: The Trouble with Flirting.
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