In Baltimore, hard working travel agency owner Taylor
DeWitt looks forward to her Caribbean tour of combining
business with pleasure. She plans to evaluate various
resorts for locations that will provide a delightful
vacation for her clients. However, she expects the final
week to be all fun and games.
Disgruntled client Dev Carson remains angry with Taylor for
refusing to refund his money when his wedding was called
off and subsequently the honeymoon he booked was cancelled
as well. Dev uses his trip, but upon seeing Taylor, he
decides she is perfect for a holiday romance. As they
enjoy a heated week of being Siamese twins, they fall in
love. However, she was married once and he has his own
near marital ax to grind and that makes it appear that once
out of Cozumel and back in Baltimore this romance is over.
This is an exciting and torrid romance that brings alive
the exotic locale so much so that the audience, believing
Taylor is real, will try to book a trip there through her.
Dev is a strong protagonist and the relationship with
Taylor is hotter than a peppercorn. Though the resolution
of their differences seems too quick, readers will enjoy
this Mexican vacation.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 24, 2003