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Publisher Description

Four countries.
Three girls.
Three loves.
One adventure abroad they'll never forget.

Camie can't figure out what she wants, from college or life…until she meets Hunter. But will the magic of a romantic night in Paris last till the morning?

Fall in love with the second novella in the New Adult series, Adventures Abroad!

June 16
Bloomsbury Publishing
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Customer Reviews

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Hunter took advantage and assured her that she was “into it”

Admittedly not the target group for this story: but travel using funds to secure your future, and then not tell your family where to find you? Ummmm… bad choices.

And I could have lived with Camie’s depression and heartbreak over a relationship break, and even her heading to Paris to “clear her head”, I quickly lost patience with her and the story.

Camie is a grade A class whinger, immature, selfish and thoughtless. I can’t say stupid, since she was on scholarship at university, but she has ZERO common sense. But, even that didn’t bore me as much as her continual bad choices, without thought or consideration for anyone. Someone this immature should not be allowed out in the world, and, fortunately for her Prince Charming arrived in the form of Hunter, to rescue this hopeless maiden, in a one night stand. Well, I use that term loosely since Camie was drunk, Hunter took advantage and assured her that she was “into it”, but guess what – until that point she was a virgin. So, we add in sexual assault (Just because you woke up together – nothing – N O T H I N G mitigates the fact that you were in a situation of no or dubious consent. Period.)

WHAT is with this week - two books have had problematic scenes of dubious consent with poorly constructed reactions from perpetrators and victims. I do hope that this is not a sign of the ‘new trend”.

But in a continuous collection of bad choices and ideas, she is now ‘besties’ with two girls who were staying in the room next door – and they are off to Italy with a new friend in the group- Camie.

A short novella that was lacking in plotting, character development, questionable situations that were handled badly at best, and a heroine who actually shows zero growth, remorse or learning from ANY of it. It’s not the brevity or the ‘one night stands in various European cities’ that bothers me, I have read and enjoyed a New Adult erotic series that holds the “one night’ to the premise. It was the lack of characters that held any spark of redeeming qualities or personality that makes me want to know them.

I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility

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