Austin. What a fantastic character!! From the prequel All at Sea we get a glimpse of his passion and zest for life and his careless abandon when it comes to any kind of responsibility. However, it comes without much surprise that when we learn the true depth of his character that we also fall in love with him.
The heroine Corrine is amazingly rigid in all things and it surprised me that someone of that nature might decide to have a child alone which is the complete opposite of a plan. Maybe this is my bias based on being a parent, but I still enjoyed the development of their relationship on the cruise and was heartbroken at the end of the cruise. I was happy to know that the book hadn't ended (guessing by the amount of pages left) which indicated to me that their love story wasn't over yet either. I think the "self realizations" that Corrine goes through in this books journey are very comforting in letting real people know it's ok for your "life plan" to change.
I read this book even faster than the prequel and am hoping to pickup more of her reads soon!
I give Plan Overboard a 5 out of 5 as it was written well, captivating and tugged at my heart strings.
About the Author: Heather Wardell