The Honeymooner by Melanie Summers



Release Date: 08.07.2018


Synopsis:

Twenty-nine-year-old workaholic Libby Dewitt lives by the motto ‘if you fail to plan, you plan to fail.’ She’s finally about to start her dream life with her steady-as-a-rock fiancé, Richard Tomy. Together, they’re the perfect power couple—right down to the fact that he’s agreed to use their honeymoon to help further her career in mergers and acquisitions. But ten minutes before the wedding, her dreams dissolve via text message. 

Devastated and humiliated, Libby escapes to Paradise Bay alone. She’s got two goals for her trip: to devise a plan to get Richard back and to convince resort owner Harrison Banks to sell his property to her company. Unfortunately, when she arrives, she discovers that tall, dark, and built, Harrison is not about to make anything easy for her. 

Instead, he derails her plans while at the same time, bringing out a side of Libby she’s kept carefully tucked away—a carefree, adrenaline junkie. After a few days together, Harrison’s got her wondering if the life she always wanted was meant for some other girl. Suddenly, Libby must decide which version of herself she wants to be. 

Will she go back to her comfortable, safe life, or risk everything to be with the only man who’s ever made her feel truly alive?


Review:


The Honeymooner was hands down my favourite Summer read,it's entertaining,funny and at times also emotional. 
The Caribbean landscape is depicted so well it makes you want to take a flight and go to swim in that crystal clear sea.

I coudn't put this book down, I was so invested into Libby and Harrison journey.
The two main characters could not be more different, Libby is a stiff,driven,workaholic who decided to go on a honeymoon to Paradise Bay, even if her fiancé dumped her on the wedding day, to try to convince Harrison the relaxed owner to sign off the resort to the company she works for.

Will she be successful and go back home with a promotion?Or will she throw all her plans and start to enjoy life one day at time? 
I recommend to read this story to find out.

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