Turbulence

Turbulence Stockbroker Isabelle Rhodes has a lot of money a lot of trust issues and a whole lot of reasons to believe her ex girlfriend was right when she said that Isabelle sucked at relationships With that a

  • Title: Turbulence
  • Author: E.J. Noyes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Stockbroker Isabelle Rhodes has a lot of money, a lot of trust issues, and a whole lot of reasons to believe her ex girlfriend was right when she said that Isabelle sucked at relationships With that accusation stuck in her head, Isabelle throws caution to the wind and dives into her first one night stand Checking that off her bucket list should be something to celebrateStockbroker Isabelle Rhodes has a lot of money, a lot of trust issues, and a whole lot of reasons to believe her ex girlfriend was right when she said that Isabelle sucked at relationships With that accusation stuck in her head, Isabelle throws caution to the wind and dives into her first one night stand Checking that off her bucket list should be something to celebrate except it turns out that the woman she just spent an earth shattering night with is actually her newly hired company pilot, Audrey Graham.Ms Never See You Again just turned into Ms See You Constantly.Concerned about the stigma of workplace dalliances, Isabelle vows it can t go further than the one night Good plan if not for an insistent libido and an even persistent Audrey who conspires to break Isabelle s resolve Soon their no strings arrangement starts to feel a lot like dating, and Isabelle finds herself wanting than just casual nights togetherGenre RomanceEditor Cath WalkerCover Designer Judith Fellowsbellabooks 9781594935

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    1. This was hot, steamy, even a little emotional. and I loved every second of it. This is Noyes' second book. Her first Ask, Tell was fantastic. Ask, Tell, is still in the running for my favorite book published in 2017. I was actually giddy with excitement when I got my hands on this book. I knew I had to read it immediately. I also was a little worried, Noyes put the bar so high with her debut, how would this one measure up? I'm so happy to say for me, she did it again. This is the kind of steamy [...]

    2. Turbulence is essentially a story about a one-night stand slowly turned into a relationship. Both main characters have trust and daddy issues. They not communicate through conversation, but through sex. A plot already seen quite a few times in lesfic, so nothing unique there, but the story is well-written with all elements done properly. There are a lot of steamy scenes, but they are not boring by any means, and they made perfect sense related to said way of communication. I liked Turbulence bec [...]

    3. 4.75 Stars rounded up to 5 STARSSo how long before the next E.J. Noyes book? I'm know her debut novel,Ask, Tell will make it on my Best of 2017 list and this, her second will too. This book differs from her first as it is a romance through and through. If you love romances, you will most probably love this book.As with Ask, Tell Noyes writes it in the First Person. I haven't read many in this style, but this maybe the 3rd in the last month or so. I'll have to add a tag. In this case the narrator [...]

    4. I found this to be a very good read that falls into a straight-forward, pure romance category. "Turbulence" is an f/f story where the romance leads with sex first, followed by heart. Though sex is immediate and often, I wouldn't exactly label this as erotica. And, because the chemistry strikes from the first page, intimacy exists right away and builds as the story goes along. We get warm fuzzies from page one. There's not a lot going on to muck up the waters outside of the leads' own insecuritie [...]

    5. First of all, do not judge this book by its cover which in this case doesn't fit the tone of the book at all. The characters and story are a lot more complicated than the "fly me" cover.I enjoyed this story, quite a bit actually, especially the first half or so. The neurosis and self-deprecating humor of the main character, Isabelle, was amusing. The writing style throughout the book was quick and intelligent. Both characters are damaged by events of their past and with their newly discovered se [...]

    6. Wow and when I say 'wow' I mean WOW. After the author's debut novel 'Ask, tell' got to my list of best books of 2017, I was wondering if that was just a fluke. Fortunately for us lesfic readers, now it's confirmed: E.J. Noyes CAN write. Not only that, she can write different genres ('Ask, tell' was a military story / romance, this one is a traditional romance) with exactly the same competence.This is the story of Isabelle, a rich stockbroker who has a one-night stand with Audrey, unaware that sh [...]

    7. This is a simple and traditional romance without big angst and deep story. After reading Noyes' first book Ask tell (one of my fave books from 2017), my expectations were very high, and this isn't a good thing because you can be easily disappointed. However, that didn't happen because the author has written a beautiful story where two people fall in love, a love full of insecurities but also full of emotions.

    8. It's safe to say that 2017 was an exeptional year for E.J. Noyes with two fantastic novels being published by Bella. I loved Ask, Tell and now Turbulence is going to join my favorites shelf as well. Wow, what a super book!Stockbroker Isabelle Rhodes has a very satisfying one night stand with Audrey Graham but when the latter turns out to be the new company pilot things get complicated. Isabelle wants to end it right there knowing workplace shenanigans are a slippery slope, but her healthy libido [...]

    9. Wowwwww!!! Damn this book made me skip dinner with some friends! It was THAT GOOD yes! Unbelievable chemistry between the characters! Such a good way of writing what you may assume a predictable one night stand turns into love storyline flawless and a solid 5 for meActually I'm thinking this one should have a sequel because the ending has a lot of room for a sequel here ! I'm quite interested to see what happens with the company for example

    10. Turbulence has a lot had a lot of things I liked--it's sexy and has a lot of emotion to it, and I loved that the employee pursued the boss. The opening is brilliant, and I really like the concept of a one night stand that is too good to let end there. That said, it's told in the first person from Isabelle's perspective and I had a really hard time connecting with her as a character. I want to be clear that I don't think she was badly written at all, she just really rubbed me the wrong way someti [...]

    11. Holy shit balls! What a great read I've seen so many great reviews and was hesitant to read this, hoping that the 'bar' wasn't set to high. Thoroughly enjoyed Noyes first book, Ask, tell. And I wasn't left dis appointed with this one too. Great story and the characters have chemistry .

    12. Successful Stockbroker, Isabelle Rhodes is very stylish and charming. After a bad breakup with her girlfriend, she meets who later turns out to be Captain Audrey Graham one night. Both women thought it was the one night. But both were very surprised at meeting up later that morning! Both have relationship and trust issues. Isabelle has a habit of breaking up in fear that the other person will break up first. Can they overcome this to allow them to move forward to perhaps develop a relationship?T [...]

    13. Well damn! E.J. Noyes has done it again.As much as I loved her debut novel Ask, Tell I think I like this book even more. The chemistry and sexual tension between Isabelle and Audrey is fantastic. I could not put this book down and even went as far as only getting 3 hours of sleep the night after I finally got my hands on it.I really wasn't expecting to like this so much since the author had set the bar so high after her first novel. Even after reading some of the earlier reviews left here by tho [...]

    14. After Ask, Tell I was expecting a lot from this book and, for the most part, it delivered. The story isn't quite as powerful in terms of subject matter but it is just as well-written. Isabelle is a very successful stockbroker from a middle-class background dealing with the wealth of people quite often from monied backgrounds. Her business partner and best friend, Mark, runs much of the business side because many of their clients seemingly expect a man to have the head for business.The story open [...]

    15. Detailed score: 3.75 - 4Here are some dot point thoughts Not so good stuff:- Our main character is so sex focussed for the first few chapters that I almost didn't go on. Am v glad I persisted - Our lead & only lens, Isabelle has unrealistically poor (in my view) communication with both her business partner & Audrey (main love interest). Poor communication is nothing new as a plot device. This book does it better than a lot of other lesroms but it still wore thin for me way before it was [...]

    16. Updated Review: I'm bumping this to 5-stars. I have had time now to reread some portions of the book, and I am completely rethinking my review. All the Plus side stand, but I have to completely rethink the Minus section and take back my statement that I didn't feel like I knew Isabelle. Honestly, there is so much sex in the earlier parts of the book I think my brain was slightly addled and my sex overloaded brain missed details and implied information. In addition, the writing was so good that I [...]

    17. Laptop power supply fried so this is a late review. I don't know what book folks out there read, but I'm not sure it's the same one. I read several that this was a fluff piece. Whaaaaaaa? No it isn't. Good god the MC who is so emotionally stunted, both in her maturity level as well as her abundance of 'issues', caused the developing relationship to be . meh After a while I really lost interest. One actual conversation. That's all it would have taken. I hate it when fear rules the story arc.And t [...]

    18. When I started reading this I wasn't sure I'd like it as my first impression of Isabelle came across as a little self centred, trying to act like she wasn'ta little woe is me I have everything but can't have sex with the pilot. With it being from Isabelle's POV I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy this book. However the more I read, the more I got to know her character and the more I really started to like her. I loved Audrey from the beginning, honest, confident a great character. By the end I lo [...]

    19. I really enjoyed this latest from E J Noyes. I liked Isabelle and Audrey - they and their relationship had a real zing and vibrancy as well as a lot of red hot sexual chemistry and slow burn emotional intimacy. I also liked that the story throws us in headlong with no preamble and starts at the end of their initial hook up: we don't know anything about them and only get that first encounter as sprinkles of recollection later in the story. It's an opening with impact.From this immersive start the [...]

    20. This wasn’t the story I was expecting when I started ‘Turbulence’ but I must say it really caught me hook, line and sinker and I could’t put it down.Isabelle Rhodes is a very successful and wealthy co-owner of one of the best stockbroking companies in New York. She travels frequently and when her new pilot on her private jet, Audrey Graham, also turns out to be the one night stand from the night before, she starts to panic. Isabelle cannot stop thinking about Audrey and their night toget [...]

    21. I had high hopes for this book after reading (and loving) "Ask, Tell." Unfortunately, the latest book by E.J. Noyes just didn't grab me the way her previous effort did. I'm no stranger to these types of romances - one night stands to lovers to partner. If done well, I actually enjoy them immensely. In the beginning, I thought "Turbulence" would be a book that I should love. In reality, it was a struggle at times. It's not that I didn't like the love interests. Isabelle and Audrey are likable cha [...]

    22. I didn't think I would like this book, but I loved it. This is my first book by this author.The writing is witty, the characters are likable and well defined. The book is veryenjoyable even when sad situations are happening. So glad I gave it a chance.

    23. This is a fairly typical romance, with the necessary ingredients to make your reading enjoyable, with enough drama and inner struggling for not to make it boring and with two protagonists of interesting personality, pretty well shaped by the author, with a behavior consistent with what has been exposed throughout the plot.As I said, I liked the two protagonists, both individually and as a couple. It has been quite fun to see how the two have been accepting the changes in their relationship, alwa [...]

    24. I seriously considered putting this book on my DNF shelf at somewhere between 70 to 87 percent ((view spoiler)[right around when Mark was comforting Isabelle and she was crying (hide spoiler)]).I need to stop reading books that seem to have communication issues, miscommunication, and disinformation be super important plot points. I just . . . . can't stand that any longer. That's not really my problem with the book; no it's more I just stopped caring around that 70% mark. Close enough to the end [...]

    25. I started with the second book written by this author and I am finishing her first book. I don't know why I started in this way but I did well to proceed like that.I am very old-fashioned when it comes to romance, primo I love when the plot is slow enough and the characters take time to seduce, to love, to make love In short: true romance. Here in this book I have it, but I have not, hence the 4 stars and only because, because the story is well put together, writing very good, in short, I highl [...]

    26. Wonderful BookLoved. Loved. Loved the book. Emotional, sentimental, sensual. A great love story. Wonderfully written. Read it from start to finish. Spoiler: Only wish the session with the counsellor was shorter. For such a successful business person it didnt quite seem right that Isabelle was so dependent on her shrink. Despite her issues.Nevertheless a 5√ rating. A must read. 👌 EJ Noyes "Dont Ask/Tell was equally good.Next time I hope the Author focus' more on her character 's story than t [...]

    27. Hot and steamy. Not what I thought it was going to be. Liked the main characters. Wasn’t sure I was going to like it, but did.

    28. This is such a good read! I enjoyed this book. I enjoyed every bit of it. There are some parts that made me smile and I like both leads, and i kinda understand their problems and fears. its not easy to bring out your courage to face the problem head on sigh (opps about to go out of topic) I read this book during break when i work as well, and it frustrated like hell when you reach the good part and want to continue but i have to finish my work first. Damn! But yeah eventually i finished it! < [...]

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