Blurb: Lucas Madison is in the Bahamas for his sister’s wedding on the beautiful and idyllic island of Sapphire Cay.
He has the weight of the world on his shoulders. With the stress of his job, the loss of his friend, and faced with his own medical crisis, Lucas arrives on the white sands of Sapphire Cay gray and exhausted. His only thought is to see his sister married and happy.
Dylan Gray is a free-spirited traveler who literally follows the sun. Never settling in one place for long, he earns his way from state to state and continent to continent. But there’s something about Sapphire Cay that draws him back over and over. A feeling of home.
When these two men meet, both have decisions to make and directions to choose. And maybe together, they can make the right ones and follow not only the sun, but also their hearts.
This is the story of Lucas and Dylan, set against the stunning landscape of Sapphire Cay
Review: Nothing beats attending a wedding on an isolated island with just your friends and family. Unless you are beset with personal strife and guilt. Lucas has plenty of both. He wants what is best for his sister and maybe even for himself, too. But how does he let go when he’s been the sole financial support for the two of them since their parents died years prior. And what about that job? Does he want to continue the stressful position he has with a company whose CEO only cares about numbers?
Even after Tasha, his sister, tried to get him to relax and enjoy the sun, Lucas continued to stress about work and his next business conference. If he pulled it off, he might, just might be able to relax a bit. Yeah, relax, but what does that word mean? All that stress and guilt reached a crescendo when he met Dylan Gray.
Dylan, the exact opposite to Lucas, was tanned, relaxed, and lived with a genuine smile on his face. He simply enjoyed life. But even Dylan had his own burdens, burdens that he felt no one would understand. Then he crossed paths with Lucas and their paths continued to cross since he was the go to person on the island of Sapphire Cay.
Scott and Russell did a great job painting the picture of the island, the wedding party, and the two men whose lives crossed in a most unusual way. How their lives seem so dissimilar yet matched almost exactly. The story unfolded slowly yet had enough mystery and excitement that I wanted to continue the journey with these two men. At several points I wanted to shout at either Lucas or Dylan and tell them to stop and enjoy, but the story pulled me past those points and I found myself just enjoying the journey these two were traveling.
If you enjoy reading a story filled with angst, doubt, love, and wonder, than Follow The Sun by RJ Scott and Meredith Russell is a good book to read.
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