Book Recommendation – Destination: Romance by Amy R. Anguish

Book Description:

It’s not every day you bring a boyfriend back as a souvenir.

Katie Wilhite is ready to settle into her new job as a librarian now that college is through, but friends Bree and Skye want one more girls’ trip, and when Bree insists this is her bachelorette fling, Katie agrees. What she didn’t agree to was allowing fun and flighty Skye to dictate the itinerary or for her anxiety to kick in harder than ever … right in front of a cute guy.

Camden Malone had no idea when he agreed to be the voice of reason on his cousin Ryan’s vacation that the trip wouldn’t stay in New Orleans as planned. But when Ryan plots with Skye so that the guys can tag along with the girls all week, he isn’t nearly as upset as he should be. Not with Katie’s fiery temper and flashing eyes intriguing him more by the minute.

Can Katie relax enough to trust Camden and a possible future, or will she continue to push him away as only a vacation fling? And can Camden move past a rocky history of his own to be able to jump into a better future? For a trip that was supposed to be all about fun, there’s a lot of romance going around.

Narelle’s Thoughts:

I enjoyed reading Destination: Romance, the first book in Amy R. Anguish’s Roadtrip Romance series, and I liked the fun story premise. Katie isn’t looking for a boyfriend when she’s on vacation with her friends, Skye, and Bree. The girls have graduated from college, Bree is getting married soon, and this is their last vacation together before they geographically move apart to different places.

Camden is on vacation in New Orleans with his cousin, Ryan. Camden’s accidental first meeting with Katie, poolside in New Orlean’s, wasn’t an ideal way to impress a girl. When Ryan and Skye decide it would be fun for the boys to follow the girls on their roadtrip, Camden and Katie can’t avoid each other. Katie struggles with PTSD and she doesn’t cope well with change. Camden is patient with Kate, and pursues her despite the emotional barriers Katie throws up between them.

I enjoyed armchair traveling with the characters around the Gulf Coast, and going to an American baseball game. I recommend Destination: Romance to contemporary romance readers who like fun and lighthearted vacation romances with a relevant faith element in the story.

Many thanks to the author for providing an Advanced Reader Copy.

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