Tentative Tourist: A Mayne Attraction Short Story

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Grayson Gregory is ecstatic when he learns that world renowned geologist Dr. Samuel Mayne is consulting on a geological survey for his father's company. He is certain that this collaboration will guarantee the success of his debut as a project manager. But the arrival of Dr. Mayne's granddaughter results in a change of plans when Grayson becomes tasked with the oversight of a Tentative Tourist. More

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Words: 5,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9780984520138
About Ann Mauren

Ann Mauren was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky and now resides in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband and two young sons, within earshot of the King’s Island Railway, the author’s favorite attraction at the ride’s namesake amusement park.

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Review by: Teacuppe on May 12, 2013 :
This book gave a glimpse on the first easy relationship that Gray and Ellery had when they first met. I made me wonder what made Gray act so possessive suddenly. Need to read that second book when released. I still have my vote on Ash though =).
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Mande Matthews on Dec. 23, 2012 :
In a screenplay, that pivotal first moment when romantic characters meet is called the “cute meet.” I believe Miss Mauren has newly defined this moment as the charming, innocent, and endearingly unexpected meet. The Tentative Tourist gives us a glimpse into the past—that special and defining moment when Grayson Gregory and Ellery Mayne first meet. Not only do we see Gray’s point of view for the first time, but we see a moment in their history that is only hinted at in book one, “In the Spotlight.” Mauren’s charm is in her ability to take the smallest gestures and actions and turn them into, not only pivotal, but endearing moments for the reader to cherish. She deftly adds real-to-life details that let you dissolve right into the story and exist with the characters—a rare, and true talent. If you’re a Mayne Attraction, this read is a must. If you’re new to Miss Mauren’s stories, this short story will give you a taste of her wit and charm, which exists in every story she publishes.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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