Monday, September 15, 2014

The Unexpected Honeymoon by Barbara Wallace


A holiday to remember…

Widower Carlos Chavez manages La Joya del Mayan, the most romantic resort in Mexico. On good days, the romance passes unnoticed; on dark days, it only reminds him of his loss.

But the honeymoon suite's latest guest, Larissa Boyd, has rocked his steadfastness. Stunningly beautiful, she seems lost. And no wonder…she's on a honeymoon for one!

The chemistry is instant—and their similarities run deep. Could it be that the two loneliest hearts on the island have found love…in the most unexpected of places?
File Size: 288 KB
Print Length: 256 pages
Publisher: Harlequin Romance (October 1, 2014)

My review: The Unexpected Honeymoon by Barbara Wallace

4 stars

I would love to visit at this resort. I loved the setting of the resort in Mexico. Barbara wrote a very believable setting with her words.
This is a romantic books. It also has some good humor thrown in. It left me smiling after reading.

I also loved the characters. The secondary couple in the book also got to me. I admit to shedding a few tears while reading this.

Larissa Boyd went on her honeymoon by herself when her fiancé jilted her. Larissa spent a lot of time and energy picking her ideal wedding in detail. Larissa is kind and caring. She admits she went overboard in her wedding plans. Larissa is also brave to go by herself to the place she planned to get married.

Carlos Chaves is the manager of La Joya del Mayan. He has spent the past six weeks cleaning up problems left by the last manager and wedding planner. Carlos is a widower with bitter feelings about marriage. He has a hard time stepping into the wedding planners shoes.

Carlos is attracted to Larissa and curious about her coming by herself to the romantic resort. Larissa is drunk when she meets him and draws his concerns about her.

The Unexpected Honeymoon is a great escape between the pages that takes you right into the story.

I would read more books by Barbara Wallace in the future.

I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin and I agreed to give honest review of it in return.

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