Author: Libby Hubscher
Publication Date: March 23, 2021
Sometimes family knows best and their meddling is exactly what you need to find your destiny—a big-hearted, tender romance from debut author Libby Hubscher.
Marin Cole has never seen the ocean. Ever since her journalist mother died on an assignment, Marin has played it safe, refusing to set foot outside the state of Tennessee. Her wild-child younger sister, Sadie, has trotted the globe as a photographer, taking on all kinds of dangerous assignments.
When Sadie returns from a tough assignment and looks a little worse for wear, Marin reluctantly agrees to a sisters’ spa weekend on the tropical island of Saba. But her lifelong fear of travel is affirmed when Sadie misses the flight, Marin’s luggage gets mixed up with another passenger’s, and during turbulence, she nearly throws up on Lucas, the handsome stranger who stole her sister’s seat.
What Marin doesn’t know is that Sadie never planned on coming on the trip at all. Instead she has a life-changing plan for Marin—and the mysterious stranger, Lucas. Marin steps outside her comfort zone and with each breathtaking experience, gets closer to discovering her true self…and closer to falling in love.
Meet Me in Paradise is an emotional story with romance. Marin is always careful and looking out for her sister, Sadie. Sadie is adventurous and traveling the world as a photographer. Sadie convinces Marin to go on a sisters trip but Sadie misses their flight. Marin ends up exploring the island with Lucas, the stranger that sat next to Marin on the plane. Meet Me in Paradise is a story of unexpected love and stepping outside your comfort zone. It is also a story about family and looking out for others. Don’t let the cover fool you, this book is a tear jerker and emotional rollercoaster. I loved the story and the characters. The differences between Marin and Sadie are interesting. I recommend Meet Me in Paradise for fans of emotional novels.
Thank you Berkley Romance for Meet Me in Paradise.
About the Author
Libby Hubscher is an author and scientist. She studied biology at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine and holds a doctor of philosophy in molecular toxicology from North Carolina State University. Her work has appeared online and in textbooks, scientific journals, and literary journals. Her short story “The Unwelcome Guest” was long-listed for the Wigleaf Top 50 in 2018. She lives in North Carolina with her husband, two young children, and a menagerie of pets.