Saturday, March 15, 2014
AN ACCIDENTAL VALENTINE by Eliza King
Monica and her two young children find themselves being given a gift of a trip to the Bahamas. It is something that will be good for Monica whose husband died two years ago. She is just looking for a little rest and relaxation. So when she finds Joshua Corbett walking in to her 3 bedroom suite she is a little startled, and so is he; why is the maid allowing her children in the room while she is cleaning it, or so he thinks. As you can tell their initial reaction to each other is not the best. The hotel is full and Joshua, for reasons you will soon discover, wants to only stay at this hotel. So, he works out a plan of paying all of Monica's expenses if she will let him have one of the bedrooms to stay in. That is only the beginning of Joshua's requests and his pleas for help to Monica. Although I thought Joshua was a little slow on what he thought he wanted and needed, I did enjoy his love of the children and his consideration of Monica.
All in all, I had a good time sharing this get-away to the Bahamas with a couple of people who had issues to deal with, but ended up with more they they each bargained for.
Posted by Judy Glidden