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  • One Way Ticket

  • A Tropical Romance Novel
  • By: Tricia O'Malley
  • Narrated by: Amy Landon
  • Length: 6 hrs and 30 mins
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Summary

NY Times and USA Today best-selling author, Tricia O’Malley’s latest romance is a funny and heart-pounding story where booking a one-way ticket to paradise means starting over, letting go, and taking a chance on love…one more time.

When Paige Lowry discovers her boyfriend and boss, owner of Yoga Soulone studio, has decided her chakras need realignment in the form of inviting several bendy yoga instructors into their bed - she realizes it’s time to smack him with her yoga mat and namaste away. When she calls to cancel the studio’s upcoming Caribbean retreat, the last thing Paige expects is to be offered a job. What better way to give the middle finger to her old life than to hightail it to a tropical island to work at a fancy resort?

But all signs point to an impulsive mistake when she arrives at the dusty airport on Poco Poco Island and nobody is there to pick her up. The alcoholic owners don’t remember hiring her, the skeleton-staff barely holds the hotel together, and the moody yet gorgeous manager, Jack Byron, seems irritated with her very existence. Things go from bad to worse when Paige learns that her ex and his flexible mistresses are arriving in three days for the retreat she thought she had canceled.

Caught in the eye of the storm and her growing attraction to her new boss (been there, done that, didn’t turn out well), Paige must scramble to prove she can run this upcoming retreat with no disasters. But even she can’t be blamed for the hurricane that swerves left and suddenly has the tiny island in its sights. As tensions explode at Tranquila Inn, Paige learns that taking it poco poco might be the only way she’ll survive.

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  • Kateby
  • 01-06-22

Captivating !

As usual besides thoroughly enjoying every moment of this book I didn't want it to end. Ms. O'Malley you truly know how to capture the interest of your listeners.

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  • Molly Brown
  • 27-10-21

We all need a little Poco Poco these days!

As always Trisha O’Malley does not disappoint. Her books always transport me to another place, and sometimes another time. Just what we need at this point. Thank you for another great book!

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  • DebFC
  • 21-10-21

Heartwarming!

I love all of Tricia's series but it was really nice to "meet" new characters in this standalone book! As always, the characters are awesome & the relationships and humor are fun. Highly recommended!