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“If you don’t wanna see me dancing with somebody, don’t show up…don’t start caring about me now.”
What can go wrong being stuck on a cruise ship with your ex and entering into a fake relationship with a sexy coworker? It might not be the Titanic, thank goodness, but Eve Richard’s heart is sinking by the minute, and love is definitely going down.
Pulitzer-prize-winning-war-journalist-turned-small-town-newspaperman Adam Seager has given up a lot for his work, country, and family, but not this time. He knows what he wants, and it’s his coworker, Eve. Her smile is the brightest part of his day and a daily reminder that more adventures are yet to come. When they are both assigned a travel feature on board a new cruise ship, it’s the perfect opportunity to let his feelings set sail.
Eve will never date another coworker or writer again. Been there, done that. Time to pursue her own writing dreams, even if it means bunking with the infuriating and complicated Adam Seager. So what if the butterflies he sets off in her belly can rival the waves outside their cabin. She intends to keep things strictly professional...that is, as much as they can be while also pretending to be a couple. Their relationship might be fake, but the pull to get to know more of him is real. Her reporter’s gut says there is more to uncover than meets the eye. But what will happen when they are back on dry land?
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I listened to this story with a smile on my face. The banter between Adam and Eve (yeah, those names ….) is really funny.
Adam and Eve are unexpectedly thrown together on a job: write an article about a cruise. Adam has a secret crush on Eve (I loved that he called it: Operation Garden of Eden). It’s actually helping him when Eve’s ex-boyfriend Hugh is also on this cruise and Eve suggests to pretend to be in a relationship with Adam.
I absolutely loved the narrator, Hollie Jackson. She has a great variety of voices and did an excellent job!
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Fun summer listen!
Eve has been hurt and is licking some old wounds still, but her coworker Adam has been keeping an eye on her from a safe distance for a while and is just now making a move. He’s given the perfect chance once they are both assigned a travel writing assignment on board a cruise ship. Better yet, the forced proximity continues when they have to share a cabin and put on a fake relationship.
Narrator Hollie Jackson adds sass, comedic timing and fun accents for a further enjoyable listen.
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