Sunday, September 21, 2014

Book Shelf: The Trouble with Flying (The Trouble Series #1) by Rachel Morgan

When nineteen-year-old introvert Sarah boards a plane to fly home after an overseas holiday, the last thing she expects is Aiden, the guy sitting next to her who’s never flown anywhere before and refuses to shut up. Hours of random conversation later, they part ways. Sarah can’t stop thinking about Aiden, though, and wondering if she made a terrible mistake letting him go. Should she abandon her safe, predictable life and go in search of him, or would she be chasing a happily ever after that could never exist in real life?

More info on Goodreads.....


The Trouble with Flying is the first book in Rachel Morgan’s new Trouble series and is a delightfully fun and entertaining contemporary read that introduces a promising new series and leaves me easily ready to read more.

In the interest of full disclosure I have to admit that not only have I had the pleasure of reading all of Rachel Morgan’s stories to date but I’m actually a real fan of the gal and love devouring her novels. Personally I found The Trouble with Flying to be wonderfully written; simple but flowing and I was very impressed by our main character and her relationship with the characters around her.

Having read both books, I can draw similarities between The Trouble with Flying and The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith with the concept being practically the same. I can honestly say that I think Morgan wrote the story better. Morgan managed to nail the whimsical feelings and giddiness that comes with meeting a stranger and feeling an instant connection; of having someone you barely know just get you perfectly.

The Trouble with Flying follows nineteen year old introvert Sarah, a shy and reserved young woman who finds herself seated next to an appealing young man by the name of Aiden on a return flight from Britain and who despite her fears of strangers quickly finds herself connecting with the young Brit who seems to get her like no other.

I really enjoyed The Trouble with Flying. It was a nice clean romance and Morgan managed to weave plenty of romance and humor into its pages. Sarah was a realistic character to follow and I found her genuinely easy to relate to. She was very down to earth and I loved her vivid imagination. As someone passionate about books and reading, I appreciated seeing Sarah’s dreams and passions come into play.

Rachel Morgan wrote a really cute romance between Sarah and Aiden. Aiden was very down to earth and charming and I can easily imagine why Sarah found herself drawn to him. Morgan manages to add plenty of natural conflict to their situation and I liked how she explored their relationship while allowing Sarah to remain faithful to her boyfriend for the most part.

A fun and flirty novel, The Trouble with Flying is the perfect story if you’re looking to an enjoyable, wholesome read to get through an afternoon with. A great kick-off to a new series, Rachel Morgan has me ready to explore the minor characters that will be featured in the rest of the series. 

Source: Sent for review by the author (Thank you Rachel!)
Format: Kindle ebook
Buy it: Amazon (Paperback) | Amazon(Kindle
My Recommendation: If you love light and fun contemporary you'll enjoy this!
Cover: I think it's pretty.
Will I read sequel/continue with series: Yes........

No comments:

Post a Comment

Hi everyone!

Thanks so much for leaving a comment at The Rest Is Still Unwritten! I read each and every comment, even if I don't reply to them all and appreciate your interest in my blog.

Hope you have a great day and Happy Reading!