Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Review: The Cruise - All That Glitters by Jaye Frances

The Cruise - All That Glitters
By: Jaye Frances

Ebook: 83 pages
Publisher: Self-Published
Source: author for an honest review
Series: No
Stars: 4
Flames: 2

Summary from Goodreads

It’s love on the high seas for Dean, a thirty-something bachelor taking his first cruise, hoping for a shipboard romance. On the prowl for the elusive hard-body, he quickly becomes disillusioned, wondering if his expectation of a boatload of beautiful sea nymphs is something found only in travel brochures.
Until he meets Angel.
She is the girl of his dreams, brought to life as a bewitching goddess, ready to engage in every sensual delight. Quickly lured into submission by Angel’s seductive charms, Dean is ready to surrender his heart and soul to this provocative beauty.
Until he meets Marcie . . .
This story is definitely for adults due to the language and the situations in the story.
The Cruise was laugh out loud funny for me. Once again Jaye has written the story from a male point of view and pulled it off great. Dean’s character made me want to smack him upside the head and yell “What are you thinking?” I give this one 4 stars.
The author did a wonderful job of giving you a good feel for the characters in this story without the need for a back story on each of them. Dean is a very cocky man who has put on his blinders to good women and is just looking for the perfect, sexy woman. I figured out Angel within a very short time however Dean is blind. Marcie is the other women Dean interacts with and we don’t get to know as much about her but I liked her better than Angel.
The ending just seems fitting for Dean. After everything he went through that just made it perfect and he came full circle in the story just different location.
I am not going to tell you the story but it is worth reading so if you have time during a lunch break or maybe just looking for something different or a short read I recommend this. It is definitely worth it to find out what happens to Dean at the end. It is so wrong and yet so right!

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