Synopsis: First class is about to get dangerous . . . Pure Air's new LuxeLiner is flying from London to LA - its inaugural journey - with a first-class cabin packed with A List celebrities. As the feuding crew compete to impress their famous passengers, the handsome pilot tries to win the attention of a pretty young stewardess.
But one VIP singer is battling something seriously sinister: watching her every step is a very determined stalker, someone who will go to any lengths to get the star to satisfy their desires. At thirty thousand feet there is nowhere to run, and nowhere to hide . . .
Kat’s Rating: 3/5
Kat’s Review: Okay first of all I am a HUIGE RC fan, and normally I end up waxing lyrical about her new stuff but this one for me was nowhere near as good as her other stuff. The first thing that struck me was the fact that the cover is completely different from her other covers. I have to say I’m not a huge fan of the new style and absolutely loved the ‘Shoe’ style covers in the older books. This latest release is mainly set around Pure Air’s new Luxe Liner which is flying a bunch of celebrities over to ‘La La Land’ (Los Angeles for those that were wondering). Initially we meet Catalina who appears to be star of the show and is certainly an A plus celebrity. With worldwide fans and a stalker to boot she seems to be much in demand. She was actually quite likeable as a character.
The additional characters in play featured in and out of the story but Catalina was the star of the show. The major plot featured Catalina’s ‘stalker’ and to be honest it had that real old fashioned murder mystery feel to it, so much so that at some point in the book I had in my own mind accused every character of being guilty. This is certainly a Chance book and there are some very funny moments and especially bitchy characters, but like I said it felt like something was missing.
It certainly kept me entertained, but over the last few books she has produced maybe I have set the bar too high and expect a 5 star book EVERY time I read one. This certainly isn’t a bad book, but if I’m bring completely honest there was that certain something missing so it just ends up sitting in the middle of the road. Not awful by any stretch, but the last of her books I read Killer Queens was SO good that nothing comes anywhere close to it at the moment!