Make It Happen, Captain by Kassanna


Make It Happen, Captain by Kassanna
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (56 Pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed By Fuchsia

Cyn Fuller needed a get-away. She hoped to escape the usual family drama by taking a cruise over Christmas, and she was looking forward to the experience of a lifetime.

Her vacation wasn’t one she expected…the single’s cruise would have been perfect for her grandmother. Cyn was stuck for four days traveling with the geriatric crowd and fending off indecent proposals by much older men that popped Viagra like Pez candies.

Marcus Nickels was the youngest man in the fleet to ever be appointed captain. He took his job seriously, and the Christmas holidays were simply work days. That is until he rescued a mocha beauty from the clutches of a very persistent elderly gentleman while in port.

Then he saw her on deck and Marcus devised a plan of seduction guaranteed to make their holiday unforgettable.

Cyn Fuller is taking a cruise for Christmas, this is her gift to herself. She’s looking forward to lots of sun, relaxation, gorgeous men and no family drama. This is going to be her most enjoyable Christmas so imagine her surprise when she discovers that this is a cruise for seniors, and all the available men probably need Viagra or oxygen.

Marcus Nickels is the captain of the ship, the S.S. Dreamweaver that Cyn is going to be cruising on. When he notices the distress of a young beautiful woman as she’s being hit on by an older man he comes to her rescue.

Make It Happen, Captain is a cute title for a fun book which is filled with likeable characters and a decent storyline. The author Kassanna made you laugh when Cyn realized that all the gorgeous men she was expecting were old enough to be her grandfather. The chemistry between Marcus and Cyn was good and you as the reader were drawn into their developing romance. This reader especially enjoyed the interaction between her and the elderly Cyril who approached her wearing a speedo which no man young or old should ever wear. I chuckled as he tried to charm her into spending time with him by using a lame but cute pickup line.

I have read many of author Kassanna’s books and the ones that I have read always had humorous elements which draws you into them. Make It Happen, Captain was no exception; the book had lots of humor as well as heat between Cyn and Marcus. Make It Happen, Captain is a quick read but is very entertaining.

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