Friday, February 10, 2017
An Ocean Away by Heather B. Moore
Gina Graydon knows the last thing she'll attract on her holiday in France is an eligible bachelor. Tall, outspoken, and with a weakness for laughing at the wrong moment, not to mention being much too occupied with reading gothic romances, Gina decides she'd rather live in her fictional world. Besides, the only man who pays attention to her at the resort hotel happens to be her father's worst enemy. And that is far from romantic. Reading in a secluded garden, and dreaming about the perfect kiss, all keep Gina much too busy to consider Mr. Edmund Donaldson any sort of hero.
Gina loves to read romance novels (hmmm sounds like me) and while she is visiting Paris with her parents she sneaks out of her room to read in the garden (can't say as I've done that though.:)) While in the garden she is spotted by a handsome gentleman who can't take his eyes off of her and wonders why she is sneaking around. They meet and she realizes nothing could happen because her father is in a lawsuit with this gentleman and her father does not like him. It was a very quick, sweet, and clean read. I liked that it was about Americans in Paris. I loved their chemistry and I finished the book with a smile on my face.