The Man I Almost Met for 18 Minutes in an Edinburgh Coffee Shop
About the Book
A cruise is an experience most people find exciting—an enjoyable, once-in-a-lifetime experience. For one woman, however, it is sheer hell.
Before the cruise, however, she is an American on her first trip to Edinburgh, where she chats with a man in a coffee shop for less than an hour. Although she feels a strong connection, afterward, she goes on her way. But once she’s back home, she can’t stop thinking about him. Was it a missed chance? She has to go back—and so her friend Bimsa convinces her that the only way to get there is by cruise ship. Trapped, crowded, and huddled in with bizarre people who drive her crazy and stuck in circumstances only slightly better than a bad case of hemorrhoids, the heroine is happy to drown herself in scotch. In spite of the insanity, however, she is motivated to reach the other side of the pond, where she will revisit that one perfect moment in time—maybe.
In this novella, after a random encounter with a man while on a trip to Scotland, a young woman is persuaded to take a cruise to go back, despite her hatred of cruise ships.
About the Author
Bert Bartz’s books are a humorous and acerbic portrayal of friendships, romance, and annoying life circumstances. Her most recent works are You Are Now Entering, Conquering the Crow, and The Fail Mary Plan. She hopes you will find and enjoy all her books. To contact Bert, you can reach her at BertBartz.Books@gmail.com.