Sunday, December 30, 2012

Blue Cruise by Liz Crowe

Title:  Blue Cruise
Author: Liz Crowe
My Rating: A


Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: One Night Stand
Main Characters: Caleb and Adem
Release Date: November 2011



ISBN: ebook
Publisher: Decadent Publishing


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Sexual Intensity: hot


Story Overview:
Caleb and Tarkan were an odd couple—men from two different cultures—so in love, they were determined to overcome any obstacles. But fate had different plans for Tarkan. Shattered and unable to function a full two years after tragedy strikes, Caleb faces the hollow shell that is his life.

Adem Broussard is happy enough, as owner and chef of his restaurant on the Turkish southern coast. But a tall, American Adonis he saw once, years ago on a Turkish Blue Cruise haunts his most erotic dreams, and he hopes contracting Madame Eve's 1NightStand service for an unconventional date will help him forget.

When Caleb caves in to his friend Elle's insistence that he return to Turkey and exorcise some of the demons that haunt him, he reluctantly climbs on board a private yacht for a special 1Night Stand Blue Cruise. There he comes face to face with the man who remembers him well…and helps him heal.


My Review:

It's not often when you read a book that you aren't even introduced to one of the main characters until the halfway point. And at that point in this book, I had already cried...so yeah, this isn't your normal book. But it's a good book for those very same reasons.

This book is part of the One Night Stand series and it's a great example of why I love these books. It's short....can easily be read within an hour, but it was so filled with emotion and feeling. I'm truly amazed at how much the author was able to fit within such a short amount of book space. And to make it even more impressive, she told TWO love stories within these pages. Seriously....it was so good. What Caleb goes through broke my heart, but I love the way that it all turned out. 


A short read, so a short review. But this book was HUGE on quality, characterization, and emotion. It packs a TON of punch in this very small format.

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