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Oh what a fun read this was. I read the preview a little while back and was really looking forward to getting my hands on the full book. Let me just say that I was not disappointed and I loved every minute of it! Two great characters that I liked from the get go. They were reserved, they came across in many different manners but as I turned more pages, I got to know them and their secrets(more just their personal lives), their hopes and dreams and their sorrows. I almost wished I was part of the cruise so I could watch Vanessa and Matias interact with each other. So many moments where they tried hiding their interest in the other, to each other, but I bet everyone on board knew long before these two did that there was magic happening. Oh I would have had a blast enjoying the company of all the other cruise participants. I know it's a fictional story, but hey, they were so fun!!!!
Vanessa had quite a shock of information and it has turned her world all around and sideways and spinning. She has some pretty major decisions to make. Add to all of that she's learning that what she always thought and believed isn't really what it all seems. Perception is a funny and interesting thing to think about. I liked how Vanessa's character had a lot of discovering to experience and I enjoyed how the author showed perceptions throughout this story. Throw into all those changes and decisions an amazingly handsome, kind and Vanessa's dream man, and that just complicates the whole kit n caboodle.
Matias is a great hero in this story. I loved his character. He was so good, so steady and patient. He's trying to fulfill his responsibilities as Captain but is struggling as mishaps keep occurring and he's been told(not asked) to be responsible for Vanessa, the granddaughter of the cruise line owner. What will this spoiled girl need next? That's pretty much what he can't help but think at the beginning of the story. Oh I loved him in the novella Hold Me at Twilight, and really loved delving into his story more in this novel.
There is some suspense throughout the book but that was more of just a little side factor in the storyline. The main aspect is Vanessa and Matias and family. Definitely a great read and one that will have you wanting to visit this beautiful area of the world and quite possibly take a long amazing river cruise. I know I'm ready to go. The pictures if you search this area are quite stunning. I know the author has lots of pictures on pinterest for this book.
Content: Clean. Some sweet and swoony kisses.
I received a copy from the author. All thoughts and opinions in the review are my own.
I'm ashamed to admit how little I knew about Portugal before I read this book. I fell in love with the country, as I saw it through Vanessa's eyes.
Vanessa Clark didn't even know that she has a grandfather until her 21st birthday. Now he's invited her to Portugal, and sent her on a river cruise to get better acquainted with the cruise line he owns. She's overwhelmed by her new family, feeling petulant about being sent on a cruise where she's out of her depth, and she's confused by her feelings for the captain, Matias Romano.
Matias thinks she's a spoiled brat at first, but her grandfather has asked him to watch over her. As they get to know each other they start to see past their first impressions.
The timeline of the romance in this story was limited by the length of the cruise. In spite of that, I did not feel like it was a case of insta-love. Vanessa and Matias had time to get to know one another and great chemistry.
I also loved that there was a bit of a mystery. There were some suspicious accidents on board. For anyone else who reads this and is bothered by the loose ends, they will all be tied up in the next book. I asked.
Meet Me at Sunrise was a great start to this series. It transported me across the ocean to a luxurious cabin on a river cruise. I felt drawn into this world, and can't wait to read more of both series (Lucinda Whitney's Romano family series and the Destined for Love Europe series).
Content: clean (no language, no violence, some kissing)
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review.
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