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The Ticket

A Love Again Novel
Narrated by: CJ Bloom, Gary Furlong
Series: Love Again Series, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 37 mins
4 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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Would you travel the world with a perfect stranger? Fasten your seat belts for an emotional journey filled with humor and adventure. Bachelor and newscaster Pete McCarney buys two plane tickets for a trip around the world with his girlfriend, but they split up shortly before the trip, and he can't get a refund. In a gutsy last-minute move, Pete goes on social media asking for women with his girlfriend's exact name to join him on the trip. Twenty-one women apply, and the ensuing interview process is both awkward and hilarious. When he finally chooses a feisty, headstrong, recently-divorced lawyer, he has no idea what to expect from their worldwide adventures - and neither does Allie James. She has pretty much sworn off men since her divorce. Will either of them get the vacation they were so desperately hoping for?

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Heather Grace Stewart, Graceful Publications (P)2018 Tantor

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So Sweet!

This second chance story is just so Adorable that you smile thru it all. The characters are made for each other and very closed off. You will love this book.

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  • HarrietJ
  • 12-06-18

ok

this is a story about travel apparently so I expected a lot more scenes from the holiday. There were few. the novel attempts to deal with some real life themes like divorce and cancer which is great but I felt they were a bit rushed. didn't do them justice