The Ohana Cottage by Megan Reinking EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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- Author: Megan Reinking
- Language: English
- Genre: New Adult & College Romance
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The thing about traveling by yourself is you literally have to do everything
by yourself. I mutter a curse under my breath as my suitcase, still on the
baggage carousel, drags me a few feet forward.
“Do you need help, ma’am?” offers a man who had been in the path of
my stumbling feet.
With a sheepish smile, I nod. “Please.” I watch as he effortlessly pulls
my suitcase off and pops the handle before setting it next to me.
“Thank you so much. I appreciate it,” I call to the man, who is already
I don’t like having to rely on other people. I take pride in being a strong,
independent woman. I just can’t help that I am also a woman who
overpacks. Refusing to be discouraged, I heft both suitcases and my carryon bag onto the cart. After playing a quick game of suitcase Tetris to make
sure nothing will fall off, I start pushing the cart to the exit. Walking out of
the airport and into the sunshine, I finally take a deep breath. The humid air
feels like absolute heaven on my Minnesota winter skin.
As much as I despise traveling, the flight to Honolulu was a great way
to start my vacation. I read an entire book and even enjoyed a nice long nap.
They also had an impressive selection of classic movies to choose from, so
I watched An Affair to Remember, one of my all-time favorites. When
Nickie and Terry kiss on the stairs of the cruise ship, it’s as if time stands
still. I get swept up in the emotion every single time I watch it. Despite my
current situation, I am still a hopeless romantic at heart.
Vacation might not be the best way to describe this trip, though. After
my breakup a few weeks ago, this was more of a last-minute-yet-necessary
change of scenery. A chance to invest in some “me time” and figure out
what the heck I’m going to do with my life now that Sean is no longer a
factor. A mental health reset, of sorts. Yes, that sounds more appropriate.
I needed to get away, and given that it was a whopping 2 degrees back
in Minnesota, I wisely chose to come somewhere warm. I’m feeling pretty
good about that decision at the moment, given it’s 85 degrees here in
Hawaii. I make my way to the end of the curb, where the Uber I ordered
was waiting for me.
“Ma’am,” the Uber driver says in greeting.
Ignoring the fact that I’ve been called ma’am twice in the last ten
minutes, I offer him a smile. “Hi! How are you?”
“Good, good,” he replies politely, nodding his head. I hand off the
luggage cart and climb into the back seat, peeling off my hoodie and pulling
my long, blonde hair to the side so it hangs over one shoulder.
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