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A steamy and flirty standalone romantic comedy about stepping out of your comfort zone and falling in love along the way.
A backpack? Ready. A packed itinerary for Latin America? Planned. A hot sailor who wants to show me the world? Unexpected.
Step One: I need a boat.
I arrived in Panama with a limited budget for maximum exploration. I’ve only got a few months between my parents’ home in Sydney and the corporate world, so I better make the best of it.
What I didn’t plan on was meeting Eivind. He’s got broad shoulders, top-tier flirting, and a sexy accent that pulls me in. But giving into him could jeopardize my whole trip.
Ukulele ballads, long walks in the jungle, and sharing the space of a small sailboat together means the tension will be off the charts by the time we make it to the Pacific Ocean.
Eivind and his boat are sailing west, while I’m traveling south. I came here for an adventure, but now I might have an even bigger one. One hot night in Panama might change everything.
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“Liz Alden has written an escapist romance for anyone who dreams about lush tropical breezes and the blue of far-off oceans. With its sunny landscapes and the steamy slow-burn between a plucky traveler and her sweet, swoony sailor, The Hitchhiker in Panama will satisfy your cravings for romance and adventure. Alden weaves lived-in details about life on the ocean with a rich cast of characters that will whisk you away on a vacation without leaving your living room.”
-Sara Whitney, RWA Golden Heart award finalist and author of the Tempt Me Series.
“The Hitchhiker in Panama is a delicious cocktail of sailing, wanderlust, exotic destinations, and steamy romance. Be warned: Once you step aboard, you may never want to leave!”
—Trish Doller, author of Float Plan