My latest book from Harlequin Mills and Boon is called An Inescapable Temptation and set on a cruise ship. Where better to set a medical romance?
Last year, my family and I were lucky enough to go on a cruise around the Med. It was our second time and was fabulous.
There’s something so nice about waking up in a new port every day and going out to the see the sights. There’s also something really nice about someone else doing the cooking and the cleaning!
Our cruise took us to some fabulous places that just fired the imagination. It started and ended with the beautiful sites of Venice with visits to Greece, Olympia to see the place where the Olympics started, Santorini (there’s a story about nearly being trampled by donkeys but that’s for another day) one of the supposed sites for Atlantis, Dubrovnik in Croatia, where you can touch the bullet holes in the walls of the City and Athens to see the Parthenon.
One of the things I noticed was how hard-working and polite the crew were. Nothing was too much trouble and the service was excellent. It made the cruise a real pleasure.
Where is your favourite holiday destination? I’ll give away a copy of my latest book to one commenter.
An Inescapable Temptation Nurse Francesca Cruz has taken a job on a cruise ship bound for the Mediterranean – the perfect retreat from her break-up – except she finds herself trapped with gorgeous, arrogant doctor Gabriel Russo. She knows his type well, and won’t be tempted twice. But with nowhere to escape – except overboard – and her delicious boss lying in the next cabin, it’s easier said than done!