I love books set in Australia. It makes me love my chosen home even more… especially when Cheyenne Blue paints such a picturesque photo in the mind of the reader!
What was the book about?
After being sidelined again by her family, Stevie stumbles drunkenly from a party on her family’s boat and ends up on someone else boat. Fast forward to the next morning where she wakes in the middle of the sea.
Pleading with captain Kaz to turn around seems to be getting her nowhere as Kaz is on a timeline to sail to Melbourne for a protest. Trapped on the boat, Stevie decides to accept her circumstances, much to her dismay. What she isn’t expecting is the feelings she is having for Captain Kaz, and why is she all of a sudden enjoying their adventure? Shouldn’t she be desperate to get home and start her new job? Why does she wish for more time with Kaz?
Australian, Stowaway, WLW romance
Do you know why I enjoy Cheyenne Blue’s books so much? Her characters are real, and they give me hope for the real world. Her characters have real emotions, authentic thoughts, moments of jealousy and above all, they love (as we all do) with caution and hope.
What an interesting concept. Being trapped on a boat with another woman for a week and having no one but the two of you was quite a genius, romantic storyline.
I especially liked Stevie and how she saw the world. The emotionally raw moments, especially with her family, made her seems so real like I could feel her sorrow and vulnerability.
As someone who enjoys sailing, I have to say that this book felt so relaxing to read. Cheyenne Blue used accurate descriptions, making me feel like I was on the boat, and I had dreams of being lulled to sleep by the ocean after finishing it.
I am sincerely hoping that Alana and her lovely daughter will be the next story from Cheyenne Blue. I can almost see the story forming in my brain. She was my favourite character (aside from Stevie), and I can see her getting into some romantic trouble. #swoon
If I have to choose a favourite section of the book, I’d say the moments in the end with Stevie and her mum and the epilogue. You all know I love a good epilogue, and this one was great.
My one and only would be that I felt the story slowed substantially in a few areas where I would of like things to have ramped up.
The chemistry is undeniable between Stevie and Kaz and really hot when they finally hit the sheets. I think I liked the build-up in this book to the sex because when it does happen, it’s explosive. Both Kaz and Stevie are so lovely together, even their non sexual chemistry is beautiful, and I enjoyed watching them become vulnerable with each other on an emotional level.
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Thoroughly enjoyed ‘All At Sea’ and I would recommend enjoying it with a wine or beer on a hot summer night.
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