I listened to the audio version of this book.
This was a short, clean romance. The story was about a woman who ends up in Mexico on her honeymoon by herself and has several adventures ranging from trying to order for herself in Spanish, to a hiking trip gone terribly wrong. The hero steps in to help her in more ways than one, but then they must go their separate ways. Should Christie give her ex another chance or should she go hunt down Joe?
The narrator of this book did a good job with the voices, but for the general narration her voice came over as kind of flat. A little more inflection would have made it more pleasant to listen to.
If you just need a light read, this might be right for you.
Christie Rinkley flies out of rainy Seattle headed for Loreto, Mexico on her honeymoon. The only drawback: she is on a honeymoon for one. When the local adventure hiking guide tries to warn the blonde lady that a monsoon is expected, it is lost in translation. Why worry about a chance of rain when the sky is blue and the sun is shining? Unless that hike is in Mesquite Canyon with two rock walls and a rising creek in the middle. When the winds begin to howl and skies burst, Christie knows she is sunk. Thank goodness burly, good-looking, "Alabama Joe" discovers that the "Americana loco" is hiking the canyon alone. This romantic comedy takes a fun twist when it becomes obvious to Joe that Christie needs rescuing in more ways than one. Fairhope, Alabama may just hold the key to Christie's dreams, and Joe's comical aunts; Hattie and Bessie, are determined to help make those dreams come true.