TURBULENT INTENTIONS (Billionaire Aviators #1)

TURBULENT INTENTIONS                                 MELODY ANNE

The Armstrong brothers are wealthy, wild-at-heart bad boys—until their father’s will demands they prove themselves and marry in order to inherit their fortune.
Eldest brother Cooper channels his reckless spirit into becoming CEO of his own airline. The only thing better than the adrenaline rush of flying is his one-night stand with a stunning stranger. At first he doesn’t recognize the fiery barista he clashes with years later at an airport coffee shop. But when Stormy Halifax turns up as his new house sitter, Cooper knows she’s his Cinderella. And he doesn’t just want her in his mansion. He wants her back in his bed.
Stormy can’t believe she’s living under Cooper’s roof. Gorgeous and arrogant, he’s convinced she’ll surrender again—and he’s right. But just as Stormy is succumbing to a world of pleasure, her trust is shattered. And the biggest challenge Cooper has ever faced will be proving he wants Stormy, now and forever, for all the right reasons.
Turbulent Intentions was originally published as Below the Radar - The Billionaire Aviators. This edition has been completely edited and revised, including significant plot changes.
MY REVIEW:
     I have always love Melody Anne’s series she has done of the meddling brothers the Andersons.  Who work together in order to find spouses for their children.  True love as the see and it was all their doing of course.
     This story runs along the same line except Joseph Anderson is in cahoots with Sherman Alexander the uncle to four striking but extremely over privileged young men.
     You see Sherman’s brother Bill unfortunately finds out he is dying of a very aggressive cancer.  Seeing in his sons, Cooper 24, Nick 23, Maverick 22, and Ace 21 a side that is not become and in fact reminded him of someone that gave him bad memories.  Not to mention that he allowed them to sluff off for to long and to not take charge of their lives and become more productive and active members in their communities.  Not something his was proud of as a parent especially when it came to his parenting skills.  For he had thought he still had time to mold them into mature responsible young men, who cared and could believe in and find the love of a good women to share their lives with like he and Sherman had.  But cancer got him and his time with them cut short.
     Yet, no time was left it call for desperate measures.  In his will they were told there would be an inheritance to be split four ways but they would have to meet certain conditions he put down.  Or it would be given to charity.  They were all pissed to no end.  They all left mad.  The worst of them all was Ace the youngest and the most spoiled.  He saw it as a slap in the face from his father.
     Six weeks after the death of his father Cooper was attending his friend’s wedding one of the Anderson boys.  When his eyes come upon a women trying to blend into the furnishing.  As he is talking he ask who she is but his friend doesn’t know.  While he is relaying the last six weeks of what had been going on he keeps finding himself check out this chick.  His friend is trying to tell him he could see where his dad is coming from now that he was a father.  Cooper says that’s all well and good.  But that there are no good women left on earth that want something from you, namely your money.  Then says he going to meet the women in the corner.
     That woman happened to be Stormy Halifax a young woman who was alone in the world as far as family was concerned.  Had made friends everywhere she went.  Her parents were missionaries.  So, she traveled the world with them giving service.  No matter how dog tired she was she would help someone if they needed help.  Like the neighbors in her apartment complex.
     Or like a friend who wants to crash a wedding so you buy a new dress, dye your hair and put on a lot of make-up.  Now her friend was MIA and she was tired of trying to fade into the shadows.  So, she gets up to leave when a man asks her to dance.  Then the dance leads to her first and last walk of shame.
The thing is they never exchanged names.  He wanted to…It felt like he liked her but she was afraid she would get too attached and then…
     Six years later Cooper owns an airline but doesn’t tell anyone especially women.  And he is also a captain who flies 747’s.   Stormy just happens to be working now at the coffee shop where he stops to get his coffee and he doesn’t remember her.  That really hurts her feelings.  Most of all it is his condescending attitude that gets to her.  He is acting like a prick the way he is flirting with her and nothing like the man she knew back then.
     I love the way Melody writes her male leads as not only as an alpha male in this one but as almost antagonist of life and how he should be entitled and why aren’t people feeling sorry for him.  Especially when it comes to women.  Early on you see that is not the total case.  You get glimpse of what their father and uncle were trying to accomplish.  This is an emotionally charged yet funny family saga which you all know I love.  I give this 5 stars.  Provided by netgalley.com.  Follow us at:

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