Monica Mann is a nurse with a boss who is out to get her. When the opportunity arrives for her to travel to Jamaica as a volunteer with Borderless Nurses to help with the aftermath of a horrible earthquake and tsunami she cannot get out of town quick enough. Shortly after her arrival she meets Trent Fairchild. Trent is chopper pilot that is helping get the people where they need to be to help those who need the most help. Their friendship grows and develops into more and they spend more time together. When they manage to get a short period of time alone together the worse happens, an aftershock hits and traps them, putting them in a life or death situation
This is the third book in the Not Quite series by Catherine Bybee. Each book gets better and better. I absolutely love Monica’s story. Although the romance is the main theme of the book, I loved the way both Monica and Trent’s family were involved in the story. The support and love, and sometimes the hard truth, the brothers, sisters, brother-in-laws all gave were above and beyond what a family has to give.
When Monica is saved and brought home I knew that Trent would be hot on her heals. I also knew that their story would not just fall into place. There has to be a hiccup to overcome. I love hiccups. To work for a happy ending makes a much better story. Monica is a tough lady, who is not putting up with any crap from Trent. Trent has been burned and when pushed by an outside source takes the easy way out. Surely this could not be the end of their love story. They had to have a happy ending. I absolutely loved how Catherine Bybee wrote it out. It kept me reading, unable to stop.
I am already looking forward to book 4 in the Not Quite series. I highly recommend this entire series to all my fellow chic-lit readers.
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