Let's all get SWEPT AWAY by J. Haymore - Volume I (REVIEW)
We are off on an adventure but what will it bring?
Tara Jameson had has enough tragedy in her life, it is time to have some fun and take a new turn in the road and have some fun. When she decides to go with her college friend, Kyle on a sail boat from California to Hawaii her wanting nothing to go along as planned is exactly what she gets. There is the ocean, the magnificent views, and just for added pleasure a man she desires from the moment she sets her eyes upon him.
Before she can even get on the boat an old injury causes a fall on the dock with a rescue by a man she could only dream of ever meeting let alone speak to. Ethan Williams is successful, charming, and used to being in charge so helping her up and getting her settled is second nature to this successful businessman. Ethan is one of five cruising on the ocean but Tara is determined to get close to Ethan regardless of how aloof he comes off. Tara and Kyle have always been the best of friends and he is the one that helped her recover from the losses she kept having to endure but he keeps telling her to back away from Ethan which only makes her want him more.
But the high seas is not all smooth sailing as accidents occur, jealousy prevails, and relationships are strained in close quarters. Tara wants to explore what she can of Ethan regardless of his determination to not get involved. What if Tara takes the time they have and just enjoys the pleasure Ethan can provide. Maybe they won’t have a future but they have the right now.
Biography...Jennifer holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from UC Berkeley and a master's degree in Education from UCLA. Before she became a full-time writer she held various jobs from bookselling to teaching inner-city children to playing bit roles in soap operas.
You can find Jennifer in Southern California trying to talk her husband into yet another trip to England, helping her three children with homework while brainstorming a new five-minute dinner menu, or crouched in a corner of the local bookstore writing her next novel.
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