My Christmas wedding is out the door, and all I want to do is drop off the face of the Earth.
When my best friend gifts me a Christmas cruise package to Hawaii, I’m on it like flies on my ex-fiancé’s face. Twelve days and nights with complete strangers; no cell phones or internet. Sounds like the perfect getaway for me.
I’m in trouble as soon as I board the S.S. Bird of Paradise. The first person I run into is - Jordan Reed, the boy who pulled my pigtails, threw spit wads at me, and made grade school a nightmare come true. It’s too late to disembark, and why should I? I’m here to put fun back in my life and show that ex of mine that I’m doing just fine.
Maybe I can kill two birds with one stone. Both these guys need a lesson from Dani (that’s me).
Is it wrong to have a bit of fun along with revenge? It’s not like anyone is here for love, right? A bit of fun mixed with hijinks and pranks. It will be perfect.
Bring on the seashells and mistletoe. Let’s get this party started!
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Fun Holiday vacation romance
Dani has been jilted at the alter for jumping out of her fiancé’s wedding cake. Her best friend Jade has offered her a Christmas cruise for the two of them getting pampered and having fun. Plans quickly change as Jade is nowhere to be seen and Jades younger cousin Jordan has been sent to replace her and show her a good time. When they were young, they spent all the time pranking each other and pranks resume, But Dani can’t help but notice how sexy Jordan has grown up to be. This story is so much fun. There are sparks between Jordan and Dani, sizzling kisses under the mistletoe, fun pranks that make the story funny as well as sexy, Lots of quirky characters especially the elderly people celebrating their High school reunion. There is just about everything you would want in a sensual, lighthearted romance here. Toss in a holiday vacation and Hawaii and you get even more romance and fun. I love Charlie Ongel as a female narrator. I do have to say I am used to her with Tor Thom and this one is a single narration. It is still amazing but a few of her voices came off a bit silly for me. (the older men especially and a couple of the older women) They were just a bit squeaky or cartoonish), Other than that the narration was intriguing, brought life to the book and Charlie’s voice is very pleasant.