Alaska is a country my husband has been desperately trying to convince me to visit. As stated in this book, many assume Alaska is cold, desolate and full of lurking, dangerous polar bears. After my mom's cruise and this book, I know better... I still do not wish to visit though! LOL
Anyway, #Alaska by Natali Greying, is about a young lady who's goal was to get to Alaska! She truly felt her future was there and even sought love with a guy in Anchorage. For a surprise, she decided to take a chance on visiting. Sadly, her life was quickly snatched from beneath her feet when her special plan fell apart.
Left with little money and a foreigner on foreign soil, she has to make the best of things. BUT, it's not until Aaron, an assumed judgmental red-neck, that her true Alaskan adventure begins!
I have to say, I was a bit concerned when I first began this book. Léna rambled. Oh man did she go on and on for a bit, but now I believe it was just a way of showing her personality. Allowing the character to stand out while sharing her background. I appreciate it now, but I was sorta lost then.
The story is fun and an adventure. Lana stepped out on a dream- something I've wanted to do with a trip to the UK for what? All my life, duh! I was like, "Go girl!" Then the sorta expected happened. I felt
bad for her, but in a way, she did ask for it. She even admits it. You always solidify plans. I felt of her and that's good because the author, my new Instagram friend, Natali was supposed to do just that. I think the story was well-thought out and it carried on well. It didn't matter where the characters were from or where they were going and many of the situations that took place were near true-to-life.
Because of the way the story was told, I found myself settled in on a slight romance story that I was able to get with. Funny- I'd just posted, a few blogs ago, on how romance wasn't really my thing. This didn't fit in the same category because it wasn't an in your face, love story. It was about two people who got to know each other, through good and bad and became friends. The caring followed and that's how the best of marriages are formed! Who knows, there's more to this story: The end pages said, To Be Continued... that's how I know. 😊
#Alaska is like a memoir and an adventure for anyone looking for a tale on chance taking and possibilities. It should be available on Amazon.com very soon!
Rating: 👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*Ghost Summer is next.
**eBook provided by author for an honest review.
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