Playing catch-up is frustrating. Paul Cronin was the last crew member to join Flight 511, and he’s got a lot of catching up to do. To make matters worse, his predecessor Marlin had a “unique” way of looking at things. Dealing with the effects of the turbulence phenomenon is bad enough. Now Paul needs to figure out which of Marlin’s notes are vital clues, and which are the ramblings of an off-kilter egomaniac.
Paul finds a throwaway line in Marlin’s notebook that may be the key to unraveling the mystery. Time is of the essence, since every night he puzzles through the phenomenon in empty Bermuda is another night the uncensored side of his personality is spending with Dallas.
This was one of my least favorites of the series because it focused on Marlin who I really don't like much and had way to much flashback. As always throughout this series, the relationship between Dallas and Paul is wonderful, although it's all instalove. Price keeps my frustrated because this pair still haven't had sex. They keep getting close but it just never happens because something interrupts or there isn't time or whatever.read more
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