Getting Lei’d (Island rom-com)

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Jilted by text message. 
Honeymooning with her grandma.
The resort’s bartender may look like Jason Momoa, but Roxy is NOT interested.

Being jilted nearly-at-the-altar by text message is not at all how Roxy Rose thought her wedding day would go. 

Getting dragged along anyway on her Hawaiian honeymoon by her self-centered sister and irreverent grandma is the icing on the horrible wedding-day cake. 

Can Kai, the resort’s hunky and talented chauffeur/bartender/flame-thrower, turn this disaster of a trip into a romantic adventure to last a lifetime? 

Or will his mysterious secrets keep their love from blossoming? 

Escape with Roxy into the enchanting Hawaiian Islands as she finally discovers the joys of hanging loose and “Getting Lei’d”.

2 reviews for Getting Lei’d (Island rom-com)

  1. JoAnn Thompson

    Great Romantic Story! I totally enjoyed listening to this romance story filled with lots of comical events. Roxy’s grandmother is a total hoot and lent a lot of comical events in this story. I absolutely loved the character of Kai, the local “jack of all trades” at the hotel Roxy, Baggy and her sister were staying at. I was a bit put off by Roxy’s sexual stalking of Kai, and I wanted to shake some sense into her and tell her to grow up—that everything isn’t about her “needs”. The ending of this “chapter” in the Escape Series ended remarkably well, and I’m looking forward to listening to the next book in this lighthearted romantic series. Ann Omasta does a fine job in narrating her own story, but I was a bit confused at times because there wasn’t a marked difference when each of the individual characters were speaking.

  2. Patricia Reichardt

    What a fun listen this is! Take me to Hawaii! Roxy is jilted at the alter when her fiance and best friend run off together. To help with her situation, her grandmother takes her on her honeymoon to Hawaii, and our story begins! Roxy is a great character. While a little hesitant, she truly just want to get back on the saddle again. Kai is the bartender, and he seems to appear everywhere. Good looking, Roxy assumes he can have any woman, but his attraction is for her. These two are so entertaining as they trip over each other and try to find their way together. But the real break out in this book is Roxy’s grandmother. What a hoot that woman is! Spunky and unashamed of anything she does, she is willing to live life and enjoy it. It’s a great story of family, love, second chances,and living and enjoying life! I loved it. Ann Omasta not only writes this amazing story, but she narrates it with all the humor, passion and fun. Not all authors can narrate, but she brings her characters to life as they are meant to be. Love her stories and keep looking for more!

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