Audio Slave Review: In Flight by Rachael Orman

Title: In Flight
Author: Rachael Orman
Narrator: Sierra Kline
Genre: Erotica, Short Story
Publisher: Rachael Orman

Pub Date: April 1, 2016
Story Rating: 3.75 Stars
Narration Rating: 3 Stars

Our thoughts...

In Flight is a short story so don’t expect well-developed characters; that’s not what this story is about. This story is about hot sex between two strangers and eventually a bonus twin brother. Summer and Ben are strangers on a plane that very quickly evolve into something more. I’m talking The Flash-quick. But that’s okay because this book isn’t meant to create emotional connections to these people, but rather what these people do. And what they do is quite…enticing. You really need to go into this story knowing you’re getting a quick fix or you’ll miss out on the whole fun of it. 

The narration started off promising. Sierra Kline has a nice voice and a good cadence. What got me, and what I could not get past, was that Summer’s inner monologue sounded drastically different from her actual voice. The voice in her head sounded great; very “independent, sexually aware woman” but her actual voice was mousy. For some strange reason, Kline decided to make Summer sound meek and insecure whenever she opened her mouth. This difference annoyed the dickens out of me. Other than that, though, Kline does a fine job doing the other characters and building intensity. 

Grab In Flight if you are looking for a “quickie” (it’s currently free on KU) but I would recommend reading over listening.

In Flight on Goodreads
Audio sample of In Flight on Amazon

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