Lacy Davis has an unfortunate turn in Guatemala when an untrustworthy taxi driver abandons her, stealing her luggage, traveler's checks and passport! Alone and with no real grasp of the local language, Lacy must rely on the kindness of Jordan Stone, a mysterious yachtsman, to find her way back home. When the pair make a deal to travel the high seas to return to America, what will be the greater threat to the pair: a dangerous hurricane headed their way, or the whirlwind romance threatening to toss all they know overboard?
I really liked it this one because of how the two of them connect over the sea with the dolphins and the hurricane. The heroine opens up a life with a special person and the hero gives the heroine the adventure. I loved that they didn't like have intercourse till after everything was transparent between them and the people surrounding them. I also liked the hero's "supposed" fiancee because she was terribly nice to the heroine and wasn't interested in the hero at all since it was a family arrangement. She saw him as family. I found it quite romantic and endearing to see how the hero and the heroine connected on the water and it was really sweet. I really liked it.
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