Flight SQA016

Flight SQA Spurred on by overwhelming and ever increasing debts Emily White takes a job working in the first class cabin on the prestigious commuter route from her home of New York to London with Crown Airlines

  • Title: Flight SQA016
  • Author: A.E. Radley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Spurred on by overwhelming and ever increasing debts, Emily White takes a job working in the first class cabin on the prestigious commuter route from her home of New York to London with Crown Airlines A gruelling transatlantic schedule means she is in the air nearly as much as she is on the ground and desperately misses her five year old son On board she meets Olivia LewSpurred on by overwhelming and ever increasing debts, Emily White takes a job working in the first class cabin on the prestigious commuter route from her home of New York to London with Crown Airlines A gruelling transatlantic schedule means she is in the air nearly as much as she is on the ground and desperately misses her five year old son On board she meets Olivia Lewis, who is a literal high flying business executive with a weekly commute, a meticulous schedule, and terrible social skills When a personal emergency brings them together, will Emily be able to swallow her pride and accept help from Olivia And will Olivia be able to prevent herself from saying the wrong thing

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    1. First of all, more kudos to Ylva for recognizing yet another interesting online author. Flight SQA016 started as a Swan Queen fanfic (popular romantic pairing of Emma Swan and Regina Mills from the TV show Once Upon a Time) of the same name. The book is well written and well edited. The plot is original and interesting and I liked it a lot, except for the last chapter. The last chapter annoyed the hell out of me because not only it ends on a cliffhanger (I hate cliffhangers!), but also is genera [...]

    2. Great romance, terrible ending! It felt disjointed and rushed as if the author wasn't super keen on this cliffhanger. Still, reviews of the sequel are positive so hopefully this story is turned around. A whole star was given for writing a likeable child character, I usually find children in fiction either over the top pretentious or silent plot devices. Henry was a strong character in his own right.

    3. I'm so glad I picked this book up because I think I've found my new favourite series! This story starts when Emily meets business woman, Olivia, while working the transatlantic flight twice a week as Cabin Crew aboard the plane. Olivia is attracted to Emily instantly however due to her social awkwardness and Emilys reluctance to date, these two have a tough ride from the beginning and talk about opposites attracting wow! But as in all romance novels, you don't find your great love without some o [...]

    4. Flight SQA016 by A.E. Radley is a curious story of two women who meet on a transatlantic flight. These two women couldn’t be more different, I am talking polar opposites. Opposites attract in a big way!Emily White is living the American dream. Just kidding this young mother is in debt up to her eyeballs. Her credit card’s credit card is maxed out. Every penny is accounted for and there are just not enough of them to live on. So, Emily starts working for Crown Airlines as a flight attendant i [...]

    5. I absolutely loved this book, and I hated it when the real world interrupted and made me put it down. But I still can't believe it just ended like that. I need the next book now. :)

    6. I'm probably following along way behind everyone else with this series, so I'll be brief. The fact that I wanted to wait until after I had completed the second book before writing a review for this book probably plays some part in my lack of desire to be extra wordy (you know, like several hundred sentences as long and wordy as this one here).When I say that I'm probably long way behind everyone else, I'm not just blowing smoke. Something like 35 of the people I am friends with or follow on here [...]

    7. Wow, I really loved this book, couldn't put it down. It didn't get five stars from me mostly because of the cliffhanger ending.Can't wait for the sequel slash second part!

    8. I picked up Flight SQA016 because I thought it would be a dreamy, sexy in-flight romance between an ultra-rich first-class frequent flyer and a flight attendant. What I got was something else entirely (okay, I didn't pay close enough attention to the blurb, lol) but I was still thoroughly entertained. Olivia jets around on the London-NY route, twice a week without fail and only in first class. She calls the economy class 'savages'. :) Some think she's a snob. Others think she's weird. She hersel [...]

    9. I've been putting to read this off for more than a year. Whew! I read this on a perfect time especially that the sequel is also out.It's well written. I really like how the author tells the story.What made this special to me is I know someone like Olivia. I understand her more. Yes, I agree they view things differently. Sometimes or most of the time they come out rude or mean. They have their routines. They're afraid to come out of their comfort zones. They don't know how to communicate well. Bu [...]

    10. I'm going to have to wait and give my full review after the second book because to be honest I feel that the author didn't know how to end the book so she just paused it! So I'm on pause now too cuz if I would rate it now it would be unfair to the story. I must say that Olivia is such an interesting character! If I would give an advice here: wait until the second book is out and read them both together

    11. I held off on this as the reviews told me it ended on a cliffhanger. I dislike that approach so I waited. Now the second part is due soon, I thought I'd read this.It's hard writing unlikable characters, and Olivia is as unlikable as they come and the kid was annoying. Camryn Eyde managed it in her Tricky book, Harper Bliss did it in her Hollywood one (forget the title) but I don't think A. E. Radley quite pulled it off. I found the whole thing a bit melodramatic and I never really invested in th [...]

    12. First of all - what the hell was that for an ending?! Thankfully, I found an original fanfiction and I'm going to read it, because I cannot wait until the second book. BUT as I found out, the part where the book ends is completely different from the fanfiction. Like completely different. So that leaves me with nothing. Dammit. So I'm going to read the fanfiction and then I'll have to wait anyway, because the book is different. Dammit again.I hate cliffhangers.Okay, enough of my ranting. Back to [...]

    13. I enjoyed this read very much because the story and characters were different. Emily White is in debt and doing her best as a single parent to take care of her adorable son Henry who has his own problem. Olivia Lewis is wealthy and according to her, socially inept. Emily independent, strong-willed and attempting to go it alone which she is unable to do. Olivia is kindhearted yet unsure how to show her feelings and does what comes to her as the right thing to do without consideration of the other [...]

    14. I loved reading this book, couldn't put it down. The dynamic between Emily and Olivia was in no way predicable, and neither was the story, which was a refreshing turn from books I have been reading lately. The evolution of character we are seeing in the beginning of the book immediately held my attention, and all I wanted to do was know more about Emily and Olivia as individuals, as well as together. The character of Henry just adds so much more to not only the story but the dynamic between Emma [...]

    15. According to the other reviews, this was a fanfic and I had no idea or even if there is something missing from not reading it beforegardless, I absolutely, 100% LOVED this book and am anxiously awaiting the next in the series. The story is about in debt mother Emily, her giraffe obsessed son Henry, and socially awkward billionaire Olivia. The chemistry between all three characters is very easily seen and felt and you instantly fall in love with all of them, faults and all. It's a great starter t [...]

    16. O.M.G. I loved this book. Olivia is hilarious read then you'll understand why. Who cares about social manners we all should say what we mean. I read this in a day because it was so easy to read. The characters are really likeable, and its funny as well. Radley has an awesome writing style which allows you to get involved with the plot and characters. It is an all round excellent book. Read you won't be disappointed. Enjoy!

    17. I loved this. I adore the characters and the set up is sweet. It's funny, and full of heart. And then it stops. In the middle. I have nothing against series and have been known to devour them, like a box set or a Netflix binge, but this felt really sudden. I can't wait to read more, but I'd have preferred a tiny bit more closure, or resolution, or something at the end of part one. And that makes choosing a rating really difficult. I wouldn't pay $18 for a romance novel, and so I feel a bit rippe [...]

    18. Just re-read this book in preparation for the next and I enjoyed it much more, somehow the second time round it felt quite different to the first. A well written novel with a natural progression that appeals to my realist side. All in all I'm now inpatient for 'Grounded' to be released.

    19. Wonderfully SweetI thought this was a really sweet romance story between 2 lovely characters. Olivia is such a enigma true, but I think she'd be a really fun and loving partner for both Emily and Henry. I look forward to the sequel.

    20. This story is set primarily around the child. Not really my thing. Also, the constant need written into the story for Emily needing Olivia's money is a big turn off.

    21. This was a very enjoyable book and up until the last chapter my only mild annoyance was the way Emily kept saying she understood Olivia’s difficulties, then on the next page had a temper tantrum because Olivia had messed up again.This didn’t detract from my enjoyment of the book, but what did was the ending. I really hate cliff-hanger endings, at least in this case I know there is a sequel, so there is hope for the relationship.

    22. I'm going to hold off reviewing this until I've read Grounded and then review as one book. So far I'm enjoying it and need to read both.

    23. I don't think there are enough words to describe my love for this story. Originally written as a swan queen (Regina Mills and Emma Swan from Once Upon A Time) fanfiction, the story centers around Emily White and Olivia Lewis. Emily is a flight attendent riddled in debt due to the medical expenses of her sick five year old son. To earn extra money, she takes a job as a first class attendant on a New York to London transatlantic route. There she meets Olivia, who takes the flight twice a week to w [...]

    24. This book was interesting. I don't think a les fic book has ever made me cry before but I couldn't help but empathise with the character of Olivia. On the other hand, Emily isn't a very likeable character. Not only was Olivia's attraction to her not really explicable, but she's very trying. If anyone treated me the way she treats Olivia at the end of the book, there's no way I'd get back together with them and the author's going to have to do a lot in the next book to get me to accept that recon [...]

    25. I liked the rich girl meets poor girl plot and the cute kid. However, the cliffhanger ending spoiled the whole experience for me. The sequel will right that wrong. Still, as a reader I feel annoyed that the end of the first book leaves me with no happy couple (isn't this a romance book after all) and I have to wait for the Sequel to come out. I see this as one story that was split in half with months in between publishing dates.

    26. I loved the book.I had the opportunity to read the fanfic and like all of the author's works, it was good!I just think the author always puts Olivia to try to fix the relationship and always have to apologize. Emily is always correct in the narrative and she is always waiting for Olivia to apologize for things she has no control over.

    27. I couldn't put it down, read straight through the quiet nighte chemistry is there, always there. and of course, when it ends I went to bought another one right away, it just left me hanging.what more could I say? added this to one of my absolute fav!

    28. Super romance, with wonderful characters and excellent writing. Only downside is the abrupt ending and setup for the sequel.

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