Josh tells himself he’s the luckiest guy in the world. Living on his sailboat and taking tourists on occasional chartered trips, he’s not tied down to routines and responsibilities. He even named his sailboat Solitude because that’s what he enjoys much of the time.
Danae just got promoted at her boat manufacturing company, and she can’t wait to put all her plans into action. However, her boss directed her to set up a weeklong sailing trip with her work team as a bonding experience.
At first, Danae isn’t completely on board with Josh’s laid-back approach to the tour. But over days of deep-sea fishing and visits to quaint New England towns, she and Josh start to see each other’s true colors...and Josh begins to question his solitary life.
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juvenile and unrealistic portrayal of emotion
narrator was good but I couldn't get past the juvenile and unrealistic depth of the main characters. It was basically someone taking what a teenager would describe when talking about a crush and applying it to a 36 and 40 year old. Also very little real sailing takes place if that is what you are hoping to see in this book.