When reserved flight attendant Bianca gets one look at billionaire hotel owner James Cavendish, she loses all of her hard-won composure. For a girl who can easily juggle a tray of champagne flutes at 35,000 feet in three inch heels, she finds herself shockingly weak-kneed from their first encounter. The normally unruffled Bianca can't seem to look away from his electrifying turquoise gaze. They hold a challenge, and a promise, that she finds impossible to resist, and she is a girl who is used to saying no and meaning it.
Bianca is accustomed to dealing with supermodels and movie stars in her job as a first class flight attendant, but James Cavendish puts them all to shame in the looks department. If only it were just his looks that she found so irresistible about the intimidating man, Bianca could have ignored his attentions. But what tempts her like never before is the dominant pull he seems to have over her from the moment they meet, and the promise of pleasure, and pain, that she reads in his eyes.
In Flight was not what I was expecting at all. I really love Bianca. I love how she has a troubled past, and secrets. And that she lets her past shape her, and it ends up bringing her to James. Someone who also has a troubled past, and secrets. They are so much a like it was crazy. And they make a perfect couple. It starts with them meeting on Bianca knows that James is wealthy and way out of her league. But she is surprised that he is trying to be in some sort of relationship with her. But he doesn't want to date her, and he won't take her out in public places. So Bianca does her best to not let her feelings get involved but that gets hard after a while. During this book I felt we didn't get enough of how James felt about things. I guess at the end we really figure it out, but during it I was confused by his behavior as much as Bianca was. And then I was truly upset with how Bianca acted in the end. It really bothered me. And I can not wait to read the next one. I hate how this one leaves so many questions unanswered.