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Reviewed by Michelle Stanley for Readers' Favorite
Honeymoon Alone is a chick-lit tale by Nicole Macaulay. After Lucy Gray’s date ditched her at her sister’s wedding, a psychic tells her to follow fate’s signs. Feeling dejected with her predictable life, Lucy takes the psychic’s suggestion and travels to London. She uses her sister’s identity and un-canceled hotel reservations. But Oliver, the concierge, becomes suspicious of the “bride” even when Carey, a handsome schoolmate Lucy vaguely remembers, poses as her husband. Oliver suspects the two are up to no good and wonders why Carey often abandons her most of the time. His constant questions and appearances make Lucy more flustered and guilty of being an impostor. Being in London makes Lucy view her life in a more positive light, but that light could become dim when Oliver believes they are not who they say they are...
You’ll certainly be amused reading Honeymoon Alone, a lighthearted romance novel. The beginning drama was very clever, which made me smile a lot. Lucy has a lot of sass, sharp retorts. Nicole Macaulay gently but boldly drew out this character’s hidden inner strength and confidence. Being away from her family made Lucy truly find out more about herself and what she is capable of doing on her own. The other characters are interesting and highly entertaining. I loved the suspense and fast-moving, picturesque adventure Lucy had. Nicole Macaulay writes engagingly and this chick-lit story will appeal to readers. Honeymoon Alone comes highly recommended. It’s a book worth curling up with.