She Went All the Way by Meggin Cabot
There are a few places screenwriter Lou Calabrese would rather be than crammed into a helicopter with Jack Townsend, star of her claim to fame, Copkiller, and whose ex just ran off with Lou's ex. Talk about uncomfortable. But when, halfway out to the isolated arctic location where Copkiller IV is currently shooting, their pilot turns murderous and their helicopter crashes, Lou realizes her day has just gotten a lot worse.

Now, while family and friends back home fret over her disappearance, Lou is on the run in the arctic wilderness with America's sweetheart Jack Townsend and only the contents of her purse, his pockets, and their mutual knowledge of survival movie trivia to keep them alive. Can these two children of Hollywood put aside their differences and make it back home without killing each other? Or much, much worse, actually start to like one another?


This was the first of Megin Cabot's (aka Meg Cabot, Patricia Cabot etc.) books that I have read and I found that I really enjoyed it and can't wait to read more from her.

The story centres around Lou and Jack, who have both just been dumped and now find themselves stranded in the Alaskan wilderness after a fateful helicopter ride.

Lou is a self-sufficient girl who you can't help but like and relate to and Jack is the gorgeous actor you can't help but want for yourself. The chemistry between the two characters was evident throughout and their interactions at times poignant, sexy, funny but always enjoyable.

The way the pair are forced together and have to survive together in the wilderness makes this more than your usual romantic story. There's a nice mix of adventure and mystery on top of the romance to make this a really fantastic book and one which I found that I couldn't put down.

I would recommend this book to all those who enjoy a fun, romantic read but with a little added extra - I'm sure you won't be disappointed.



384 pages


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