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Tailspin by Sandra Brown is a 2018 Grand Central Publication.

Entertaining thrill ride-

Rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. But, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. Thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

When he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. But, when Rye learns the package was given, not to Dr. Lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, Brynn O’Neal, his suspicions are raised. So he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. He doesn’t trust Brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

Brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies Rye’s distrust of her. But, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box Brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful Dr. O’Neal.

This story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- Brynn and Rye collide, literally. Then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding Brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. There’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

However, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. There was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but I wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. From that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

While this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. Big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. This thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

Rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

Brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but I did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. Jeez.

However, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

Although, I wouldn’t call this one of Brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5

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entertaining thrill ride-

rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. but, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

when he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. but, when rye learns the package was given, not to dr. lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, brynn o’neal, his suspicions are raised. so he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. he doesn’t trust brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies rye’s distrust of her. but, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful dr. o’neal.

this story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- brynn and rye collide, literally. then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. there’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

however, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. there was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but i wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. from that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

while this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. this thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but i did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. jeez.

however, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

although, i wouldn’t call this one of brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5
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entertaining thrill ride-

rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. but, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

when he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. but, when rye learns the package was given, not to dr. lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, brynn o’neal, his suspicions are raised. so he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. he doesn’t trust brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies rye’s distrust of her. but, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful dr. o’neal.

this story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- brynn and rye collide, literally. then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. there’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

however, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. there was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but i wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. from that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

while this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. this thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but i did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. jeez.

however, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

although, i wouldn’t call this one of brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5
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entertaining thrill ride-

rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. but, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

when he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. but, when rye learns the package was given, not to dr. lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, brynn o’neal, his suspicions are raised. so he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. he doesn’t trust brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies rye’s distrust of her. but, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful dr. o’neal.

this story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- brynn and rye collide, literally. then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. there’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

however, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. there was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but i wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. from that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

while this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. this thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but i did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. jeez.

however, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

although, i wouldn’t call this one of brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5
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entertaining thrill ride-

rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. but, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

when he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. but, when rye learns the package was given, not to dr. lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, brynn o’neal, his suspicions are raised. so he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. he doesn’t trust brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies rye’s distrust of her. but, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful dr. o’neal.

this story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- brynn and rye collide, literally. then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. there’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

however, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. there was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but i wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. from that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

while this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. this thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but i did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. jeez.

however, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

although, i wouldn’t call this one of brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5
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entertaining thrill ride-

rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. but, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

when he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. but, when rye learns the package was given, not to dr. lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, brynn o’neal, his suspicions are raised. so he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. he doesn’t trust brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies rye’s distrust of her. but, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful dr. o’neal.

this story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- brynn and rye collide, literally. then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. there’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

however, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. there was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but i wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. from that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

while this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. this thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but i did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. jeez.

however, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

although, i wouldn’t call this one of brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5
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entertaining thrill ride-

rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. but, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

when he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. but, when rye learns the package was given, not to dr. lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, brynn o’neal, his suspicions are raised. so he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. he doesn’t trust brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies rye’s distrust of her. but, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful dr. o’neal.

this story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- brynn and rye collide, literally. then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. there’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

however, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. there was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but i wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. from that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

while this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. this thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but i did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. jeez.

however, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

although, i wouldn’t call this one of brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5
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entertaining thrill ride-

rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. but, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

when he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. but, when rye learns the package was given, not to dr. lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, brynn o’neal, his suspicions are raised. so he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. he doesn’t trust brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies rye’s distrust of her. but, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful dr. o’neal.

this story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- brynn and rye collide, literally. then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. there’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

however, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. there was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but i wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. from that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

while this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. this thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but i did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. jeez.

however, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

although, i wouldn’t call this one of brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5
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entertaining thrill ride-

rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. but, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

when he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. but, when rye learns the package was given, not to dr. lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, brynn o’neal, his suspicions are raised. so he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. he doesn’t trust brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies rye’s distrust of her. but, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful dr. o’neal.

this story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- brynn and rye collide, literally. then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. there’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

however, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. there was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but i wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. from that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

while this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. this thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but i did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. jeez.

however, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

although, i wouldn’t call this one of brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5
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entertaining thrill ride-

rye, a ‘freight dog’ pilot has agreed to fly time sensitive cargo in pea soup fog. but, just as he sees the runway, he’s blinded by a laser and crashes. thankfully, he’s not injured and the mystery box on-board is undamaged.

when he meets the doctor to which the box is to be delivered to, they get off to a rocky start. but, when rye learns the package was given, not to dr. lambert, as agreed, but to a different doctor, brynn o’neal, his suspicions are raised. so he sticks around to make sure the box makes it to the correct receiver. he doesn’t trust brynn and it’s his reputation on the line.

brynn is an enigma, a woman with a troubled past, which only magnifies rye’s distrust of her. but, she intrigues him, tempting him to stick around, not only to protect his reputation, and satisfy his curiosity about the mysterious box brynn is so protective of, but to keep an eye on the beautiful dr. o’neal.

this story starts off like any standard romantic suspense novel- brynn and rye collide, literally. then intrigue develops amid the mistrust and mystery surrounding brynn and that valuable box everyone is so determined to get their hands on. there’s a lot of sexual tension in the air and some snappy dialogue between the two main characters.

however, the story is slow moving and doesn’t really hit its stride until well over the half way mark. there was enough going on to keep me turning pages, but i wasn’t particularly impressed until the second half got underway. from that point forward, the twists come at you at a rapid- fire pace, and the story takes on a new dimension entirely.

while this plot was not exactly plausible, there were some very real moral dilemmas that were entirely too probable. big money and greed should not enter into such an equation, but of course it does, and always will. this thought -provoking element gave the story more depth and deepened the character study and growth.

rye could be a jerk sometimes and his reasoning for sticking around was a little thin, but by the last quarter of the book, he’d redeemed himself and had begun to earn my respect.

brynn remained a mystery for a long time, but i did feel she was judged harshly, based on her upbringing, without taking into consideration all the accomplishments she had made as an adult. jeez.

however, at the end of the day, it’s morally bankrupt villains, the danger, action and suspense that propel the story forward as well as the tantalizing romantic elements.

although, i wouldn’t call this one of brown’s most impressive stories, it did eventually develop nicely and kept me entertained, which is good enough for me.

3.5
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