Author: Tawna Fenske
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: August 2011 – Sourcebooks Casablanca
About: (Goodreads synopsis) When Alex Bradshaw’s unscrupulous boss kicks him to the curb after 20 faithful years as an executive with the world’s largest shipping company, he sets out to reclaim his dignity and his pension. Assembling a team of fellow corporate castoffs, he sails to the Caribbean to intercept an illegal diamond shipment. None of them counted on quirky blonde stowaway Juli Flynn, who has a perplexing array of talents, a few big secrets, and an intoxicating romantic chemistry with Alex…
My take: I first heard about Making Waves at The Debutant Ball. Tawna Fenske was one of the Debs of 2011. I like Romance and I like it funny. Fenske did not disappoint! Juli is a charming and quirky heroine. She becomes an unwitting stowaway on a ship that happens to be manned by first-time pirates. Let the hilarity begin. And it does. I read it quickly because the pages almost turned themselves – and I giggled a lot. It’s a funny and sexy romp filled with memorable characters in wacky situations.
If you enjoy Contemporary Romance that makes you laugh you might like Making Waves. I really did and I look forward to reading Tawna Fenske’s next book.
Source: I bought it.
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9 thoughts on “Making Waves by Tawna Fenske”
I don’t think I have ever even read one contemporary romance novel, but this one sounds like fun! I am glad that you enjoyed it and look forward to grabbing a copy for one of those days when I need something lighter!
I’m not a big romance fan, but do enjoy it a little when it’s done with humor. I’d give this one a try.
I need a good laugh, thanks for your recommendation.
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This one does sound great! Glad you giggled and enjoyed it so much. Have a serene Sunday!
I love romance that isn’t too serious…this one sounds like a winner!
I like the idea of first time pirates. Something a bit different.
These books look great!
I do like contemporary romance, when done well. This sounds fun.
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