Michaela is a hard working woman, her sight is set at the top of the corporate ladder. She has no time for relationships, or sex even. Really, that is at the bottom of her priorities if that. She can almost taste her triumph, she knows it’s just a matter of months or another year even before she can prove anyone who’s a male how a woman like her can make it to the top and do a job a thousand times better than a man can. All is great and good until she meets Dylan, a new dancer in her crew. Then, her list of priorities change. Her career is still number one on the list, but so is the possibility of love, and a family. The problem is the guy she wants, Dylan, is only in for three months and no longer.
Dylan is a billionaire, who is forced to take a three months leave from work. He accedes to step away and leave everything on the hands of his brother, as long as that means his brother, Brian, really makes things work with his wife and kids. Dylan’s passion has been dancing, and he’s never acted on it because the family business is at the top of his priorities list– well, that was true until now. So he lies his way into an audition, next thing he knows he lands the gig as a dancer in a cruise ship. All is great, until he realizes everyone thinks he’s gay. Then to prove he’s not, he kisses no other than the cruise director, who just so happens to be his boss. Like Michaela, Dylan does not want a relationship, or ever to get married. He’s just in for the fun, until he realizes, Michaela is all he needs.
Overall, I thought this was a sweet romance. The dialogue was funny at times, and although the story keept my attention, it seemed to slow a bit at times. This story is perfect for anyone who likes a good sweet romances with very little steam.