Review: Love Trip


Synopsis:

Taylor Grant thinks she has life all figured out. But when her longtime boyfriend says goodbye via a few scribbled words on the back of a coffeehouse napkin, she begins to doubt everything she ever knew about love and relationships. What she needs now is to get far, far away from the man who broke her heart. 

Texas cowboy, Cole McKenzie, finds his wife in the arms of another man after a rodeo ride that nearly kills him. Now, all he wants is a fresh start… somewhere where he isn’t reminded of the past. The Caribbean island of St. John seems the perfect place…until he runs into city-gal Taylor Grant. 

Taylor isn’t ready for a new love. Cole has a secret he isn’t ready to share. Will Taylor and Cole find themselves not only drawn to each another, but also falling in love…or will Cole’s secret end their Love Trip forever? 

Previously published as LIVE A LITTLE, LOVE A LOT. This edition has been substantially updated.

Rating: 4.5 stars

Review:

Love Trip by Alexa Darin is the first of her novels that I have read. I loved the cover and was immediately drawn to what the story had to offer. Once, I read it, I fell in love. There’s a huge animal loving leading female character. She’s a tough lawyer but has a soft gooey side as well. Her life suddenly has been spiraling downward where her law cases and ex-boyfriend are concerned. Taylor heads to an island to visit her sister. Here, we find out that the younger sister has too had a bad relationship. But Taylor sees her sister as happy and maybe smitten with someone. Then, the novel heats up, with a sexy bull riding cowboy. Cole is every woman’s wet dream come true. The instant chemistry between Cole and Taylor makes for a sweet, hilarious, and romantic read. The point of view is mostly done by the main character, Taylor. It would be great, if readers got snippets from Cole’s point of view as well. Then, there’s the romantic interest that was hinted about Taylor’s sister…I would have liked to know a bit more about that and hopefully see a novel focusing on that couple. Overall, Love Trip was fantastic. A perfect contemporary romance for all. Take it to the beach or read it anywhere. The story lures readers into its depth and takes them on an exciting journey. 

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