Mayday! by C.L. Bond

Release Date: 02.22.2017


MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY…This is the sailing vessel Lucky Day. Vessel taking on water. Current position: Latitude: N 14° 53' 37.7844", Longitude: W 61° 41' 57.1875". Speedboat taking on water, in need of immediate assistance. Two souls on board. No injuries. Vessel is 24 feet long, white with green striping. 

MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY…This is the sailing vessel Lucky Day. 

Finn Cohen isn’t a survivalist. He likes computers and internet-researched his way into the final round of contenders for a new type of reality show. The premise? Spend 30 days on a deserted island with a woman he’s never met, and pass the tests the producers give them. Sounds easy enough. He just hopes he gets stuck with the hot chick he can’t stop staring at. 

Penniless is exactly what Jessa McDaniel is. She’s living in her car, working under the table wherever she can…which, without a high school education is about all she can do. She needs to get on the show. She needs the money. Jessa is confident she can survive. She’s been doing it since she was old enough to remember. She just hopes the producers don’t put her with the stupid guy that keeps staring at her. 

Will the pair last thirty days under harsh conditions? Or will the producers’ tasks have them crying Mayday sooner than we’d like? 
Two souls. One goal: Sink or Swim.


Mayday was a nice,quick,interesting and suspenseful read that I've really enjoyed.

Jessa and Finn,our main characters,accept to be two contestants for a new reality show for various reasons,they want to become better persons fighting and overcoming their fears, and what a better way to do it than on a desert island?
I got attached to them from the beginning and reading their adventures was an incredible emotional roller coaster.

This was the first time I've read a novel by C.L. Bond but her writing,so real and fresh,conquered me.


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