Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Anna's Satin Sheet Romance Review of Love is In The Air by Anji Nolan

Anna’s Satin Sheets Romance Review of Love is in the Air by Anji Noloan


Title: Love is in the Air
Author: Anji Nolan
Author's Website: www.anjinolan.com

Publisher:  Crimson Publishing
Genre: Romance, Romantic Suspense
Length: 186 pages
Buy Link: Buy on Amazon

Book Blurb

When Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sergeant Jim Cromwell and airline pilot Captain Sophie Berg are shot in a drive by shooting, their bond is instant and palpable. Jim is investigating a drug running operation in Maine known as The Albatross Alliance, so he assumes he was the target. Until he learns Sophie works for Granola Aviation, a charter airline carrying celebs and alleged drug kingpins about the world, and her latest contract is for Albatross Marine.
The pair meet for dinner and though Jim is attracted to Sophie, he is suspicious. After she reveals her own concerns about Granola Aviation, its passengers, and cargo, Jim suspects she is being used. As their friendship morphs into romance, she provides the information to connect the pieces of the drug running puzzle together.
But it’s only when she is kidnapped by one of the drug smugglers that Jim realizes how important she has become in his life.

Anna’s Review

I was so disappointed in this book, it had so much potential.  Sophie is a pilot who flies celebrities around the world and Jim is a Canadian Mountie who is investigating a drug ring.  The idea and the elements were there for an amazing story, but the writing wasn't.

The characters that should have been really interesting were flat and boring.  For the first half of the book their relationship consists of dull phone conversations. The dialogue was unrealistic and bordered on ridiculous.  Who uses words like Jeezum or Casanova?  The drug ring plot like the relationship moved at a slow and tedious pace and at no time was I in suspense.

This is the second book I've read by published Crimson Publishing, I won’t be reading another one.   

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