Emma Corrigan is on a flight from Glasgow to London when the plane experiences some frightening turbulence. She turns to her seat-mate and divulges every single secret she has kept for the last twenty-something years.
I have no idea what NATO stands for.
My G-string is hurting me.
I weight 128 pounds. Not 118, like my boyfriend Connor, thinks.
As it turns out, the guy sitting next to her – Jack – is the American head of the company Emma works for. Of course, she doesn’t know that because she’s new to the company and Jack hasn’t been to the UK since his business partner died. What follows is a pretty predictable, though harmless enough, tale of Emma and Jack and how divulging her secrets changes her life in ways that are mostly good.
It’s fluff, people.