Rainy Jackson took a Caribbean cruise to help get over her faithless ex-fiance. Sun....swimming.....and solitude. As the heat sunk into her bodym she began to feel interest in the world around her and to her handsome fellow passenger, Winston Michaels
Winston had hoped for time alone to get over the death of his twin sister, but Rainy helped him with the pain. Things were moving right along when dates when they got home brought him and Rainy even closer. Will Rainy be the one to share Winston's life voyge?
This book was good, but it seemed like it took too long to get to the culmination of the story. You knew how it would end all along (like all romances do) but this book seemed like it took a very long time getting there. Has a couple of underlying plots which could have been done without, too.
A cruise around the Caribbeean offered just what Rainy Jackson needed to get over her faithless ex-fiance--sun, swimming, and solitude. As the heat sank into her bones, she began to feel interest in the world again...and in handsome fellow passenger Winston Michaels.
Winston had also hoped for time alone to reflect. But finding a friend in faith in the lovely Rainy helped him deal with his twin sister's death without relying on unhealthy means of deadening the pain. And Winston's outlook brightened further when dates back home in Miami brought him and Rainy even closer. Would Rainy be the one to share Winston's life voyage?