Tour: LOVE OVERBOARD by Rachelle Paige Campbell


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Love Overboard
By Rachelle Paige Campbell
Contemporary Romance
Paperback & ebook, 202 Pages
February 24th 2020 by Wild Rose Press

Forced to share a stateroom with her ex-fiancé, Caitlyn fakes amnesia to stay on board her dream Alaskan cruise. Torn over deciding his future, Cruise Director Gregory tumbles into helping her. As they grow closer, unspoken secrets threaten to rip them apart, for good.

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I write contemporary romance novels filled with heart and hope. I believe love and laughter can change lives and every story needs a happily ever after.

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***EXCERPT***

“Something wrong?”

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Caitlyn snapped her gaze to Adam. In her hands, she jerked the mug. Coffee splashed her thumb. She returned the mug to the saucer and blew on the tender pink spot. “Nothing. Just thinking about what I should play.”

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He rolled his eyes and stuffed a bite of Crème Brule in his mouth.

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The incredulity in the tiny gesture raised her hackles. She shouldn’t allow his dismissive comment to provoke her. She frowned. “What?”

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“Maybe I didn’t believe you had amnesia before. But voluntarily performing for a crowd?” He tilted his fork toward her plate. “Not devouring chocolate cake? I believe now. You’ve shown irrefutable evidence of a total personality shift.”

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She nodded but her chest tightened. If her most remarked-upon personality trait was her inability to take a relatively minor risk, what did the quirk say about her character? She considered her caution a positive indication of her steadfastness, but perhaps no one else agreed. Maybe, instead, others viewed her as a woman incapable of change. She wanted to be capable of rising to a challenge and supporting her friends. How many friends did she have left? She hadn’t socialized with her colleagues in years and only met up with Steph. In an effort to minimize risk, she stopped seeking new people. Greg bumped into her. Their accidental circumstance forced an introduction. When she got home, she vowed to broaden her world.

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