Brook must learn to trust the little people that congregate in her head. I'm talking about her natural, womanly instincts and intuition. Yet, she chooses to ignore their warnings and guidance. Which of course will lead her to dangerous waters and paralyzing depths of disappointments, one after the next.
Her college rebound turned finance, Chip Kincaid vanished only leaving her a note with the dreaded words,
'I can't marry you.'
No reasoning, no explanation. Not even a check to cover the expenses of the wedding that never was. She puts on a brave face masking her broken heart and went with her sister to enjoy the honeymoon meant for her and Chip. They boarded a Caribbean cruise expecting a royal two weeks getaway.
Instead of the thrill of sailing over the exotic wonder, the trip starts off as a rocky ride. The pair were cramped into a small room and no matter how Brook tried, her bitterness consumed her. Little did she know she had caught someone's attention. In a fun twist of events she meets her admirer and just like that they fell in love and lived happily ever after. Well that would have been the case if Brook's and Scott's lives were based on fairy tale.
I must commend the writer for serving me a realistic romance. I thought this novel was unique, fun and exciting. Brook and Scott were relatable. Real people with real lives facing real struggles.
However, no book is without fault and I felt as though the main character's exes' points of views were unnecessary.
Aside from that, events and emotions came to life and thanks Kristin Dow, I did enjoy the Caribbean cruise. Vivid scenery. Not over done at all. This book will have you asking the question, Will Brook and Scott's romance strive on dry land? Find out in Unbridled Holiday. Happy Reading!
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