2016 · commercial fiction · fiction · HarperCollins Publishers · Maze Books · Romance · Uncategorized

Girl on a Plane Review

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Did it just get hot in here! Girl on a Plane is sexy and scintillating and I can guarantee that it’ll have your adrenaline pumping when reading about Sinead and Gabriel’s heated romance (as it did with mine!)

Sinead, the main protagonist of the novel, is a beautiful airhostess that just so happens to meet first –class-flying, Australian business man, Gabriel. Due to a tropical storm interrupting the flights, both Gabriel and Sinead coincidentally book the same hotel room, upon where they meet again.

This really is a jet-setting book with action all over the world – quite literally, the characters find themselves in Melbourne, London, Singapore, Paris and Thailand.

It’s not hard to see that there is an instant attraction and chemistry between Sinead and Gabriel that is simmering, even if Sinead is wary of entering into a relationship due to being badly hurt before by a previous partner. This is not your typical romance book where boy meets girl and they fall in love. Girl on a Plane deals with more than your average romance story line.  Sinead and Gabriel are well developed characters that are also relatable. We can instantly understand both perspectives, as the story is told through both Sinead and Gabriels perspective.

Girl on a Plane also deals with various sub plots such as Gabriels mum having health problems, which puts a lot of pressure on Gabriel as well as Sinead being tormented by her pscho ex partner, she also has a non existing relationship with her mother and her little sister dips in and our of her life. When these various sub plots are brought up, the tension and drama is undeniable making it impossible for me to put this book down.

Girl on a Plane is Cassandra O’Leary’s debut novel and was published by Maze Books, a division of HarperCollins Publishers.

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