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Bridget plans to spend her summer working as a white water rafting guide and studying for her beautician’s license exam. She isn’t looking for romance, and she isn’t impressed with nerdy nurse Drew when he steps into her raft. She’s looking for a strongman like the father she failed, but she finds it hard to resist Drew’s passion for life.
As a hospital nurse, Drew loves helping people to heal, but after one of his younger patients dies, Drew feels the need to seize the day. So, he faces his fear of open water and goes white water rafting. He’s attracted to Bridget, but meeting his dream girl couldn’t have come at a worse time. His best friend is in trouble and Drew must decide how far he’s willing to go to keep his friend’s secret.
When injury capsizes Bridget’s career, they’ll need strength beyond their own to keep their love afloat.
A lovely read for a hot summer’s day. Hairdresser and rafting guide Bridget and Nurse Drew meet white water rafting and most of the book is set out in the wilds. She isn’t looking for romance, and neither is Drew. Drew is caught up with helping a friend and when Bridget is injured she has her own problems to contend with. The descriptions are wonderful, you can imagine yourself there rafting with them, and the tension just enough to keep the pages turning.
Whitewater Wishes is the third installment in Katherine Robles’s Romance in the Park series. It follows the story of Bridget, a white water rafting guide, and Drew, a nurse. I thought the struggles faced by the main characters were compelling and well presented. In particular the story of Drew helping a longtime friend was a unique one to the genre. It was nice to have a fresh storyline. It was obvious that the author has a deep knowledge of whitewater rafting. The details and action were authentic and very interesting, but I have never been a part of that world and perhaps that’s one reason why I had trouble connecting with the story. The characters seemed like young adults, and admittedly, it’s been awhile since I’ve been in that demographic. The love triangle threat from one of Bridget’s co-workers seemed a little cliché to me, but it will probably resonate with readers younger than myself. So, if you were born after about 1980 ? and have an adventurous spirit and love the outdoors,