Friday, 2 December 2016

Review: Curveball by Teresa Michaels

Curveball (Curveball #1)
Breanne Sullivan’s world has been turned upside down. In the midst of an investigation surrounding her husband, Breanne returns to the corporate world she left years ago to raise her children. Now, a required business trip places her on Innovation Airways’ maiden flight sitting next to pitching sensation and self-proclaimed bachelor, Drew Scott.
Drew is charismatic, devastatingly handsome and has never encountered a woman he couldn’t have. That is, until he meets Breanne, whose attempts to deny the intense attraction they share only fuels Drew’s determination not to take no for an answer. But when the flight veers off-course and an unfathomable sequence of events forces them to rely on each other in a race for their lives, intentions quickly change. High-tech travel turns into a game of survival that invites temptation and threatens to push their desires over the edge.
He’s a tempting distraction she has to resist. She’s an unexpected challenge he’s determined to have at least once. The question is, if she gives in will he be able to let her go?

Clare's Review 4 of 5 Stars

This story follows Breanne and Drew who meet by chance when they end up travelling together.
Breanne is returning to work following tragedy in her life and is worried about leaving her children behind when the flight she is taking with Drew takes an unexpected turn and the pair end up being thrown together while they fight for their lives.
The characters in this story share a lot of attraction that grows throughout the story and I felt the book focused very heavily on this, the plotline was well thought out though and I feel with a bit more of the story concentrated in it, it could have been even better than it was. There a re a lot of twists and turns in this story and nothing happens quite how you expect it to! The cliffhanger at the end of this story made me want more immediately and I look forward to reading the second instalment in this series.

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