Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Review: Cuban Sun
Thirty one year old Law student Sofia Koury that she found a refuge from memories of her mother's suicide and life with her controlling father. But when her mentor Alexander Quintis proposes her for an internship on his colleague's yacht, events move into dangerous waters.
At first excited by the prospect of fieldwork, the attacks on board make Sofia realize that someone she trusts is not as they seem. Caught in the whirlpool of antique cars, surveillance, and defense training, Sofia struggles to uncover the deception ahead.
She must now rely on intuition and lessons from her painful past to complete her assignment and stay alive. Sofia faces the challenge of her life navigating a budding relationship, self-discovery, and an uncertain future all under the sultry Cuban Sun.
This was a pretty good story. There were a few parts that were predictable, but all and all a decent read.