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The cruise is going to be the trip of a lifetime for Evie Hines. At least that's what her friends say when they drag her on board for a birthday celebration. Evie expects to get seasick. She doesn't expect to run into her high school football coach who looks better than ever and still makes her heart skip a beat.

Richard Diaz is keeping his newly divorced sister and her so
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Kindle Edition, 125 pages
Published June 12th 2014 by Amazon
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Tina
Jul 05, 2014 rated it liked it
2.5-3 Stars!

A nice read! Didn't love it as much I had hoped to, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. Let's get into our two leading characters: Evie and Richard/Coach Diaz.



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I was fine with Evie for the most part. I wasn't in love with her character nor did I hate her. I definitely wouldn't describe my feelings for her as apathetic either...just maybe a little step above apathetic towards "like". She's sort of a Debby Downer in the beginning (and rightfully so) as she dreads the 2 week long
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Carol Clarke
Jul 31, 2014 rated it liked it
I enjoyed the cruise, I have not been on one myself so it sounded fun and the perfect girly trip to celebrate your friends 21st Birthday. I read this within one day so it flowed well and would be a lovely beach read.

The romance between Evie and Richard for me had it's up and downs. Take away the fact they used to be teacher and student they were quite sweet and the fact they kept running in to each other and the feels between them grew made you want to see them more. You could tell they cared f
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Mila Rossi creates heroines who don't back down, stand up for themselves, and insist on freedom and independence until the right man comes along, then all rules are thrown out the window. The heroes must be clever, generous, and able to throw a girl over their shoulder.

If she's feeling nostalgic, she writes historical romance under the name Alice Lake.

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“There,” he said and patted down the blankets. “That should keep you warm.”
Evie looked at him as though he lost his mind. That should keep her warm? Being bundled up under a blanket with him? She almost erupted in hysterical laughter. She’d be warm alright. In all the wrong places.”
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“Regardless, even grown women need some looking after,” he whispered and his head moved closer.
“Do they?” she mumbled.
“Mhm.”
She felt the vibrations of his voice run over her.
“You should try it sometime.”
Her brows came down in confusion. “Try what?”
“Let someone take care of you.”
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