Rae reads... Fearless Flying by Karen Gordon

About the book:

Book Title: Fearless Flying 
Author: Karen Gordon
Publication Date: 14th July, 2016

Vivienne Ramsey is fearless.


At work and in love she always gives 110%. There is no goal she can’t reach by sheer will and determination. 

But life can surprise you, plans change, and all her over-thinking skills can’t bring back the man she loved. She needs a new plan, new dreams and the right people to help her (if she’ll let them). 

She’s the uber-smart boss babe who climbs to the top of the private jet all-boys club in this innovative chick-lit series. Vivienne is every woman working to break the glass ceiling, balance work and home, and find a man who’s her equal. 


My thoughts:

Vivienne is an interesting character she is so strong and capable in her work life but it is a completely different story in her personal life. I think because of this I instantly liked her and her personality. I would love to be half as organised as she is! Vivienne is determined to get her man and even though there are obstacles she still carries on. I loved the dynamic between Vivienne and Danny they had great chemistry which made this book even more entertaining. 

The story moved at a quick pace and I finished the book in pretty much two sittings although it is a short story. The plot was straightforward and easy to read which made it really enjoyable. This book is the first in a series, I believe there will be seven books in total. I will definitely be interested in reading the next installment. The ending was a cliffhanger and I cant wait to find out what happens next!

Overall:

Fearless Flying was fun, flirty and entertaining! 

Five stars from me!

Thank you to Karen Gordon who kindly sent me a copy to read & review. This is my honest opinion.

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