Wow. Mom spared no expense, Marry thought. “Sounds wonderful,” she said to the clerk.
“And here is the schedule for all of the week’s activities,” he continued. “Including the Meet and Greet Breakfast tomorrow morning, bachelor auction tomorrow evening and of course, the Looking For Love In All the Right Places seminar taught by talk radio personality, Dr. …”
Marry stood back and held up her hands. “Wait a minute. Bachelor auction? Love seminars? What kind of place is this?”
A shocked expression registered on the clerk’s face, and he pointed to the mural that decorated the wall behind him.
“Encontrar el verdadero amor en La Luna Resort,” she read in her best tenth-grade Spanish accent. “It’s been twenty years since I took Spanish. Could you translate?”
The clerk continued to point to the sign as he spoke. “Find your true love at La Luna Resort.”
“So you’re telling me that this is some kind of matchmaking resort?”
The clerk shrugged his shoulders. “If you want to call it that.”
“And there would be no mistake about that in any of your advertising?”
He shook his head. “La Luna is advertised as a resort for singles.”
Mom! She wanted to shout out loud, but she took a deep breath and weighed the positives. She’d always wanted to see Puerto Rico, and she desperately needed a vacation after all of the hours she’d been working.
“Thank you,” she said and pushed aside the schedule. “But I won’t need this. What I’d rather have is information on touring the island.”