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Caribbean Crossroads

Megan is a college graduate, but unlike most girls her age, she's not really looking for a man right now. She was dumped by a real jerk before this story starts, and you can feel her lack of trust toward the opposite sex as she interacts with the males around her. Her roommate, Jillian, keeps trying to get her to go out with new guys, and when things don't seem to be working that way, she decides to basically trick Megan into signing on as a performer on a cruise ship. It's the same cruise line that Jillian met her own boyfriend on, and Jillian will be there too. Megan is quite nervous about going, it really doesn't help that there is a guy there that keeps staring at her, and it really doesn't help that everywhere she goes on the ship that same guy, Bryant, appears to be there too. Megan can't figure out why he's always there, why her heart beats faster when he is there, or why she's always looking for him too. Is it possible that Bryant could be a good guy, and someday love Megan even though she's never really nice to him at all?

This book was fun. I enjoyed seeing a cruise through the eyes of Megan. I've never been on a cruise, or to any of the exotic places they went on their cruise, but I feel as if I have a little bit. I enjoyed Megan's character, although by the end, I was kind of frustrated with her lack of trust. I cheered as loud as anyone when she finally let go of her bad experience and was able to move on and go get her happily ever after! Read this one on your chair by the beach or the pool, it's a great story.

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