Trial Run

“Trust me,” he says. “You’ll be safe with me,” he says.

Amelie Watts is sick and tired of being treated like a child. She might be willowy and delicate, but she has strength of the kind that doesn’t show on the outside. Plus, she learned all she needed to know so she could cope on her own. Now, if only her big brother would finally release her inheritance! She would fly to the Bahamas and kiss the backwater she grew up in goodbye.
Jason Watts is fed up with picking up the pieces of his little sister’s life. If only she would grow up already and learn to live life without stabilizers! Her latest idea is insane, and bound to be her most enormous failure to date. But how to make her understand?
Enter Rob Tyson, incorrigible bachelor and Jason’s best friend. For a laugh, they make a bet. Two people, a hastily acquired boat, and a tropical paradise. What could possibly go wrong?

Oh this book is one that if you have a brother you probably will understand and relate to. I have a sister but still had friends who were like brother's to me and treated me just like this. Amelie has a dream and went to school to make her dream's come true. But her brother being an over-barring ass will not let her live her life. He's protecting her from all the bad. Well she's tired and fed up and to prove she starts to go out party and make a mess of her life. When her brothers best friend Rob comes into the picture it is the last person she expects to see. Amelie does something stupid and her brother decides enough is enough and asks Rob for help. But can Rob put aside all the feelings he's ever had and help. Well it is a bumpy watery ride with these two. But when the truth comes out can Rob keep Amelie from destroying what's left of her life? Or will they find a happily ever after? 

Ella Medler is a U.K. author and free-lance editor. She writes fiction in more than one genre, in a seemingly vain attempt to slow down her overactive brain enough to write non-fiction on subjects she knows a thing or two about. She also does not believe in the starchy use of English, and ignores the type of rule that doesn’t allow for a sentence to be finished in a preposition. Her books are action-driven, and well-developed characters are her forte. Loves: freedom. Hates: her inner censor.

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