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Publisher's Summary

The final novel in bestselling author Melody Anne's Billionaire Aviators series finds Ace Armstrong back home after years away in the CIA. Faced with the stipulation in his father's will to find a wife or lose his inheritance, the "black sheep" of the family takes to the skies like his aviator brothers. Soon Ace encounters temptation in the form of the sexy and confident Dakota Forbes, a female pilot who just so happens to be his new sister-in-law's best friend...and should be off-limits. But Dakota is used to getting what she wants - and she makes it clear she wants Ace.

Ace's previous line of work is not so easily left behind, and soon someone from his past threatens both him and all he holds dear. As Ace's relationship with Dakota heats up, he'll be forced to choose whether to walk away in order to keep her safe or risk it all on the breathless high of passion.

©2017 Melody Anne. (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Recommended

A good story and addition to the Aviators series. I liked all the action and overall storyline.

There were several items that were less than believable and I kept waiting for someone to call Ace on his rudeness. I get that he is this hard, cold, CIA agent who can't seem to let the softer side of himself out but continually ordering his brothers around and even at the end after all that happened, he acted like he did was unacceptable and wrong.

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It felt slow and predictable.

I have been a fan if this series for the longest time and this being the last book in the series I had huge expectations. The books are always on the sweet side, but this one felt slow in regards to the action and predictable in where the plot and overall characters were going. The narration was good, but since it's a book writen in 3rd person it's a bit difficult to adjust when it comes to voicing the characters.

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Awweee

Great way to end the series. Dakota was just what the Dr ordered for Ace. Enjoyed the brothers regaining their bond and Ace coming to the realization that he needs his family.

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loved the story

I really liked the story although I was suspicious about the C.I.A. thing. I figured he worked for some agency the way he kept from his family but it was still good.

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Couldn't get through this one

I couldn't make myself finish this one. The story is trite, cliched, predictable and corny. The narration made it worse to be honest. Teri Clark sound like she's fighting to stay awake while reading it. Her narration sounds so monotone and lifeless, it's hard to listen.

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great!

i wasn't sure I'd like ace's story, but i did. the narrator is great.

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I loved Ace Armstrong

Turbulent Intrigue is the fourth book in Melody Anne's Billionaire Aviators series. Though it can be read as a stand alone, I would highly recommend the entire series. Each book in the series features one Armstrong brother and are filled with action, suspense, romance and combustible chemistry. I have to admit, I have been looking forward to the release of this book because I was dying to know more about Ace Armstrong, the main character. Melody Anne more than met my expectations with this incredible story.

Ace Armstrong has been in the CIA for the past decade. He has been forced to distance himself from his family, for their safety. He did whatever it took to make this happen, but the always kept tabs on his family, no matter what they thought of him. After finally closing the case he had been working years on, an injury forces Ace to go home. The last thing he expects is to meet Dakota, his sister-in-law's best friend.

Dakota is the only girl in a family of five children. Having four older brothers has taught her a thing or two on how to handle a man, by not putting up with their antics. Her experience as a cheerleader for the Seattle Seahawks has also come in handy. She has heard of Ace for some time and from what his family has told her, she is intrigued.

One of my favorite things about this entire series is Ace's Uncle Sherman and his meddling antics. I love how Melody Anne featured this at the end of the book, making me hope that this will not be the last I hear from him. He is a character that wormed his way into my heart and I am not ready to let go of. I can't wait to see what Melody has in store for us next!

PS- The audio version of this book only enhances Melody Anne's talent as a writer. Teri Clark Linden kept my interest and make each character come to life.

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Wonderful ending to a fabulous series!

I love the Armstrong brothers and each of their stories. Ace's story was so worth the wait!!!

I'm sad that the series has come to an end but if Uncle Sherman and Joseph Anderson have anything to say about it, a new series is coming!