Once Upon a Tour by D. Ogden Huff

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Creepy castles, exotic sights, and flirty foreign men—it’s no wonder ALINA, a starry-eyed Mormon girl, is in love for the third time in three weeks. When a guided tour of Eastern Europe repeatedly reveals her naïve choices, she must decide whether her love is real or only imagined.

Alina knows that she sees the world through fairy tale-colored glasses—after all, she writes sappy romances and collects old fairy tales. But why stifle her overactive imagination when there’s romance all around? Unfortunately, in her short stories, as well as her real life, her romances don’t end well.

Once Upon a Tour follows Alina as she first meets DANIEL, a cute Swiss frequent-flyer, and then ALEXI, an amorous Romanian tour guide who pursues her around his country, romancing her at every step. Trying to watch out for her, the young, over-protective tour company owner, ERIC, keeps getting in the way – irritating her, annoying her, but finally rescuing her.

Luckily, God has a plan for her; only He knows which romance that began Once Upon a Tour will finally survive.
 

About D. Ogden Huff

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D. Ogden Huff is a sun addict who moved to Arizona at the age of two. She's lived there ever since, except for a two-year stint in Utah where she discovered that she gets cold just looking at pictures of snow. She finally has some stamps in her passport. Not everyone has a mother who takes her on an all-expense-paid trip to Eastern Europe. Luckily, she does. Obviously, a humongeous thank you was in order. So she decided to give her mom one of mom's favorite things-a Romance novel. But even the summer in Eastern Europe was cold. Maybe now mom will take her to sunny Spain.
 
Published May 20, 2012 394 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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