Changing Plans (Changing Plans, #1-3)
After being stood up at the altar, compulsive over-planner Elliott Chandler decides to turn his honeymoon on Oahu into a vacation for one. Fate puts a hitch in his plans, however, when the airport is snowed in and his flight is delayed. In the terminal, the jilted groom catches the eye of... show more
After being stood up at the altar, compulsive over-planner Elliott Chandler decides to turn his honeymoon on Oahu into a vacation for one. Fate puts a hitch in his plans, however, when the airport is snowed in and his flight is delayed.
In the terminal, the jilted groom catches the eye of another stranded traveler: the laidback and very sexy Derek Windsor. Derek breaks the ice and strikes up a conversation, and as the temperature drops outside, the heat between them rises. Pity they’re both going to different islands, but if their flight doesn’t get off the ground fast, Mr. Calm-and-Cool may just tempt Mr. Play-It-Safe into doing something reckless.
And that plane isn’t going anywhere any time soon…
Publish date: 2013-09-20
Publisher: Lori Witt
Pages no: 242
Edition language: English
Series: Changing Plans (#1)
Changing Plans is separated into three different parts - the first two from Elliot's point of view, and the last one from Derek's. We find out that Elliot has been jilted at the altar but decides to use his honeymoon ticket to Hawaii anyway. Due to the weather though, the planes are stranded, and wh...
I did remember correctly from the first time I read this book a while back - it really does deserve the title "The Kissing Book" I have filed it under in my memory. These guys kiss a lot - especially in the first two parts of the story - and L.A. Witt knows how to right a good kissing scene. Re-read...
I don't know why but this one didn't work for me. I thought the premise was good, I loved the setting and the characters but I just didn't get sucked in like I like. The book's layout was annoying too. The use of an Epilogue in the middle of the book threw me when a simple 'Six Months Later' would d...
pretty unrealistic in how everything works more or less perfectly towards a HEA, but quite well written and a nice change from all the angst :)
Oh my, the emotions in this book! These were originally three separate novellas, but you really do need all three of them together.Elliott had been left standing at the altar by his boyfriend of six years. He decides to put at least one of the tickets for the planned honeymoon to use and finds himse...