Maddie Coleman is ready to move on, but first she has to get through the holidays. It has been two years since her fiancés death and her friends and family are ready to help but Maddie doesn’t want any help. She doesn’t want blind dates and feeling like the fifth wheel. Solution, a cruise, but not a singles only one.
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Dane Matthews has long denied his feeling for Maddie but no more. With a mission in mind he books on the same cruise. He’s tired of the big brother roll he has been cast in. What once was a big age difference is no longer the case because her twenty four years to his thirty five pales in light of the woman she has become.
As the ship pulls out of port Maddie turns from the rail and right into Dane. The years fall away and she is again the young girl with a school girl crush. Her excitement at seeing him quickly morphs into the old guilt. Besides, he rejected her once, will he do it again?