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When Graham Barnett named his diner The Tourist Trap, he meant it as a joke. Now he's stuck slinging reindeer dogs to an endless string of resort visitors who couldn't interest him less. Not even the sweet, enthusiastic tourist in the corner who blushes every time he looks her way… Two weeks in Alaska isn't just the top item on Zoey Caldwell's bucket list. It's the whole bu When Graham Barnett named his diner The Tourist Trap, he meant it as a joke. Now he's stuck slinging reindeer dogs to an endless string of resort visitors who couldn't interest him less. Not even the sweet, enthusiastic tourist in the corner who blushes every time he looks her way… Two weeks in Alaska isn't just the top item on Zoey Caldwell's bucket list. It's the whole bucket. One look at the mountain town of Moose Springs and she's smitten. But when an act of kindness brings Zoey into Graham's world, she may just find there's more to the man than meets the eye…and more to love in Moose Springs than just the Alaskan wilderness.


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When Graham Barnett named his diner The Tourist Trap, he meant it as a joke. Now he's stuck slinging reindeer dogs to an endless string of resort visitors who couldn't interest him less. Not even the sweet, enthusiastic tourist in the corner who blushes every time he looks her way… Two weeks in Alaska isn't just the top item on Zoey Caldwell's bucket list. It's the whole bu When Graham Barnett named his diner The Tourist Trap, he meant it as a joke. Now he's stuck slinging reindeer dogs to an endless string of resort visitors who couldn't interest him less. Not even the sweet, enthusiastic tourist in the corner who blushes every time he looks her way… Two weeks in Alaska isn't just the top item on Zoey Caldwell's bucket list. It's the whole bucket. One look at the mountain town of Moose Springs and she's smitten. But when an act of kindness brings Zoey into Graham's world, she may just find there's more to the man than meets the eye…and more to love in Moose Springs than just the Alaskan wilderness.

30 review for The Tourist Attraction

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    Might be more of a 3.5, but I'll round up because this was a lot of fun and it gets bonus points for being the first book that was able to pull me away from my constant Animal Crossing playing, lol. This book was very cute! It had a great mix of sassy characters and a fun setting and I am definitely looking forward to reading more books from this series in the future. My only real complaint is that the main relationship felt very surface level. I enjoyed our two main characters and I thought tha Might be more of a 3.5, but I'll round up because this was a lot of fun and it gets bonus points for being the first book that was able to pull me away from my constant Animal Crossing playing, lol. This book was very cute! It had a great mix of sassy characters and a fun setting and I am definitely looking forward to reading more books from this series in the future. My only real complaint is that the main relationship felt very surface level. I enjoyed our two main characters and I thought that they went well together in the end, but I didn't necessarily feel like I connected to them and their relationship as much as I was hoping I would Overall though, this was fun and I definitely intend to carry on with the rest of the series as the books come out!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    This book was so enjoyable and cute for 70% of it. Graham and Zoey have an instant connection. Graham is a grumpy, Alaska native who runs a local diner, has a blind dog that he dresses up in outfits, and is a woodcarver in his spare time. Zoey is a tourist who has been saving up for this Alaska trip for years (so ~she’s not like other tourists~ in this typical rich area). Because of their instant connection, the story provides a lot of cute moments of them feeling like a couple from nearly the b This book was so enjoyable and cute for 70% of it. Graham and Zoey have an instant connection. Graham is a grumpy, Alaska native who runs a local diner, has a blind dog that he dresses up in outfits, and is a woodcarver in his spare time. Zoey is a tourist who has been saving up for this Alaska trip for years (so ~she’s not like other tourists~ in this typical rich area). Because of their instant connection, the story provides a lot of cute moments of them feeling like a couple from nearly the beginning. There’s also the cool backdrop of Alaska, the vacation romance element, and the small town vibe that I loved. But, firstly, the book went on too long. It started to drag a bit. Then, there was repeating conflict. The big conflict here is that this is short term, since Zoey is a tourist. That’s all well and good, but the characters decide to “fight” about this over and over at the end which feels inconsistent with the rest of the story because they are not a tumultuous couple. Also, Graham has a violent streak which was so unnecessary. I loved his grumpy personality with a heart of gold. But then, he has these moments of “alpha male” where he wants to punch any other guy that shows interest in Zoey, he punches a wall at one point, and actually ends up punching another male character for a reason that I think was really weak and unjustified. Zoey at one point does call him an “alphahole”, which is a romance community word for these type of toxic masculine characters, but beyond that the narrative doesn’t really address this behavior as bad. He even breaks the law a few times and it’s brushed off because “he’s a local and knows everyone.” It was an addition that felt unnecessary because his grumpy but loveable personality that was present for the majority of the book was just fine! The combination of the book dragging on so that I lost some of the tension, along with the bad behavior dropped this from what would have been a 4 star down to a 3/3.5 star. This is going to be a series set in this tourist town, and I will likely continue as I did enjoy the setting and am intrigued about some of the side characters and their stories. tropes: - nicknames - small town romance - vacation romance: tourist + local - fade to black sex scenes

  3. 5 out of 5

    Larry H

    4.5 stars. You can’t trust tourists not to do anything...like make you fall in love with them.⁣ This is the moral of sorts in The Tourist Attraction , Sarah Morgenthaler's new rom-com. ⁣ FYI: I’m a sucker for sappy rom-coms, books set in Alaska, and dogs wearing outfits, so I was a goner here. There's also a moose in love with the smell of freshly baked bread. I mean, I was SUNK with this book before I started. ⁣ Graham runs the Tourist Trap, a small diner in Moose Springs, Alaska that has become 4.5 stars. You can’t trust tourists not to do anything...like make you fall in love with them.⁣ This is the moral of sorts in The Tourist Attraction , Sarah Morgenthaler's new rom-com. ⁣ FYI: I’m a sucker for sappy rom-coms, books set in Alaska, and dogs wearing outfits, so I was a goner here. There's also a moose in love with the smell of freshly baked bread. I mean, I was SUNK with this book before I started. ⁣ Graham runs the Tourist Trap, a small diner in Moose Springs, Alaska that has become a huge tourist stop despite its limited menu and his less-than-stellar customer service. He’s one of many in his town who makes money off the tourists but doesn’t like the chaos and demands they bring.⁣ ⁣ When he first meets Zoey, she’s nearly passed-out drunk in the diner and suffering from jet lag since she just arrived in Alaska. Since her friend abandoned her at the diner, Graham drives her back to the ultra-fancy resort where she’s staying, and it’s not long before he can’t get her out of his mind—despite the fact she’s a tourist.⁣ ⁣ For Zoey, the trip to Alaska has been the dream of a lifetime. She’s spent all of her savings and planned everything down to the last detail—but she didn’t count on the sexy but grumpy local to get under her skin.⁣ Is she crazy to let him get to her? Should they start something that is sure to end when she leaves Alaska, if not before? ⁣ The Tourist Attraction was such a sweet, fun, sappy, slightly melodramatic book that I devoured. I loved the quirky and memorable cast of characters that Morgenthaler created (both human and animal) and hope to see them again in her next book, Mistletoe and Mr. Right , scheduled for release in October. (There's even a third book planned for January 2021!)⁣ Check out my list of the best books I read in 2019 at https://itseithersadnessoreuphoria.blogspot.com/2020/01/the-best-books-i-read-in-2019.html. Check out my list of the best books of the decade at https://itseithersadnessoreuphoria.blogspot.com/2020/01/my-favorite-books-of-decade.html. See all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoria.blogspot.com. Follow me on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/the.bookishworld.of.yrralh/.

  4. 5 out of 5

    lazybookconqueror

    3.75 ish. Super adorable. There's just something about books set in Alaska that just make me super interested. And The Tourist Attraction definitely delivers on all the best elements of the last frontier, bringing you narwhal pods, killers whales, cute moose, and a lot of humor. Graham Barnett is in love with his hometown, but the high-end resort at the top of the hill keeps filling it with tourists who party day and night and disrupt the small-town tranquility. When he decided to open his diner, 3.75 ish. Super adorable. There's just something about books set in Alaska that just make me super interested. And The Tourist Attraction definitely delivers on all the best elements of the last frontier, bringing you narwhal pods, killers whales, cute moose, and a lot of humor. Graham Barnett is in love with his hometown, but the high-end resort at the top of the hill keeps filling it with tourists who party day and night and disrupt the small-town tranquility. When he decided to open his diner, The Tourist Trap, it was supposed to be a joke, but quickly it became THE spot in town for burgers, beers, and for Graham's utterly regret - karaoke. No matter what he does, and how rude he is, the tourists find his local joint charming, and his grumpiness is part of the package. But his mood gravely improves when he meets a certain shy bookworm, different than the usual customers visiting Moose Springs, there's something about her that has Graham very intrigued. Zoey always dreamt of visiting Alaska, and she's absolutely smitten with the town and with the rugged man behind the counter. Can their connection be stronger the locals vs tourists feud that seems to be going on? This book was adorable. I wouldn't call it enemies-to-lovers, per se, but the banter between Graham and Zoey was delightful. The setting is fun, and there's a great cast of characters that bring life into the small-town. My issue with this book is around the pacing. Although it starts on a high note, it keeps using the same mechanisms to interfere with the couple, and although it's funny the first few times when their first kiss gets interrupted for the 7th time, you're like - omg get on with it already. Also, in the end, there were a few unnecessary conflicts, that did nothing to the growth of the characters and didn't really lead anywhere. By the end of the book, I wasn't sure if the conflict was resolved either. More like they learned to live with it? So, yes, although the first half was fantastic I feel like the second half was a tad convoluted. I'm still very curious to read more about the captivating town of Moose Springs in the second book of this series, which will follow the flamboyant Lana. Thank you Netgalley and SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca for approving me for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Renaissance Kate

    This book is out this week! If you're in need of a quarantine pick-me-up, look no further!! Zoey Caldwell has saved every penny she's earned working as a truck stop waitress for the last several years to make her dream vacation to Alaska a reality. Although her wealthy best friend, Lana, could easily foot the bill, Zoey won't allow it. All she asks is that Lana show her the ropes during their two week trip to Moose Springs, a small Alaskan town with a luxurious mountain resort where Lana's famil This book is out this week! If you're in need of a quarantine pick-me-up, look no further!! Zoey Caldwell has saved every penny she's earned working as a truck stop waitress for the last several years to make her dream vacation to Alaska a reality. Although her wealthy best friend, Lana, could easily foot the bill, Zoey won't allow it. All she asks is that Lana show her the ropes during their two week trip to Moose Springs, a small Alaskan town with a luxurious mountain resort where Lana's family has been vacationing for years.  Their first stop in town: The Tourist Trap, a run-down restaurant owned by Moose Springs native Graham Barnett. Despite Graham's hatred of tourists and the lack of effort he puts into running his business, what was originally intended to be a locals-only food joint has somehow managed to become the most popular restaurant in town... especially for rich tourists, to Graham's chagrin. Lana insists Zoey try one of The Tourist Trap's infamous "Growly Bears", a blue and very boozy drink she claims is a rite of passage for all Moose Springs visitors. Graham is instantly drawn to Zoey, who stands out among the wealthy resort-goers in her Mickey Mouse sweatshirt and glasses. At the end of the evening, he ensures a very tipsy Zoey makes it back to the resort safely, believing that will be the last of their encounters. But fate seems determined to bring them together, starting with a hilarious misunderstanding in the woods involving a chainsaw. With the help of his adorable dog Jake, Graham decides its up to him to ensure Zoey's trip is one she'll never forget, no matter the road blocks they encounter along the way. Zoey soon realizes she's falling in love with more than just the picturesque Alaskan town, and Graham discovers there's only one tourist he doesn't mind having around.  Full of humor and heart, Sarah Morgenthaler's The Tourist Attraction is a laugh-out-loud story about discovering where you belong and, more importantly, which people you want at your side. Featuring a wide cast of characters, including a lovestruck moose and the cutest canine companion you could ask for, this book is perfect for readers looking for a mildly steamy romance with wilderness adventures, heartwarming friendships, and lots of laughs.  Thank you to Sourcebooks Casablanca via Netgalley for providing me an eARC in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Abby Jimenez

    I really liked this! I can't believe this is her debut novel! It's a light and fun storyline, great for escaping right now. I loved the town and characters she created. Very fun and well written. My favorite was all the corny tourist offerings at Graham's bar, because it felt so authentic. It actually made me want to go there! A great read, highly recommend.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk

    “You have weird taste in everything,” she decided, but her voice had softened. “I’m not Cinderella, Graham. I have a good life, and I don’t need to be rescued.” Graham chuckled, low in his throat. “No rescuing from me, gorgeous. I’m definitely not the prince.” Story 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Graham hates tourists. He hates their expensive cars, they manner, their need to take a photo with a moose (even though it’s dangerous) - he just hates them. And even though he’s a little rough and sometimes impolite to people, t “You have weird taste in everything,” she decided, but her voice had softened. “I’m not Cinderella, Graham. I have a good life, and I don’t need to be rescued.” Graham chuckled, low in his throat. “No rescuing from me, gorgeous. I’m definitely not the prince.” Story 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Graham hates tourists. He hates their expensive cars, they manner, their need to take a photo with a moose (even though it’s dangerous) - he just hates them. And even though he’s a little rough and sometimes impolite to people, the tourists love him and his little food stop - Tourist Trap. They love it so much that they stand in lines outside, just to get his food. Graham hates tourists, but he likes Lana his friend (but sadly also tourist). And when he meets Zoey he wants to dislike her like he dislikes the other tourists. But Zoey is different. Starting with being drunk at his food stop, kicking him in the balls, nearly falling into an ice cave and being on a boat where 78% of the people are vomiting. Well, her luck at this vacation wasn’t the best. But fate (or Lana) always brings them together again. And then they fall for each other. Pretty hard. But it’s just a vacation love and it’ll end soon. Right? And it’ll break their hearts. (And ours 💔) Oh finally a wonderful, funny, entertaining book! I fell in love with it from the beginning. I love Romcoms so much and this one especially with because it had a lot of funny scenes, drama and I loved every bit of it. Definitely a recommendation! Character 🌟🌟🌟🌟 She was a strong, independent woman perfectly capable of taking care of herself in the Alaskan wilderness. Which was why, when she turned the corner and ended up next to a massive steel shipping container, face-to-welding mask with a man brandishing a chainsaw above them, Zoey knew exactly what to do. She ran away. And when he yelled something, grabbing her arm and pulling her around, Zoey was more than prepared for the situation. Screaming bloody murder, Zoey kicked him straight between the legs. For a few years Zoey saved for the trip of her lifetime. She wanted it to be special, she wanted it to be perfect. Until it wasn’t, but in some way also was. Maybe even more. Zoey was this wonderful girl with a big heart, the need for harmony and a lot of sass in her body. Also she was really clumsy which made everything so much relatable. I had the feeling that she was all of us around new people or people we don’t feel good around. She felt small, wanted to be left alone, was a grey little mouse. 🐭 But every time she was around Graham she let herself become her true self. She was strong minded, funny and always had some witty response. Those two were destined to be together. Two cute little weirdos. Graham was a little moody, cynical guy who did a great job at his own food stop but hated most of his days. He hated the strangers coming in and out of his restaurant, hated all of it. Until he met Zoey and he fell for her. Whereas he was a little jerk before, to Zoey he was the cutest little cinnamon roll in the world. He cared for her, made excursions and showed her beautiful places. (He even did some selfies with her.) He was the cutest thing ever. I loved it. The other characters fitted perfectly into the story and even though they weren’t as detailed as the main, I don’t think they needed to be. Also: can we talk about Graham and his protectiveness? He knew Zoey could take her own fights and still he supported her and stood up for her when he felt the need to. Ugh, I’m in love. Also he gave her really cute nicknames like Zoey bear and gorgeous, darling... And he had a cute dog. I repeat. A cute dog. 🐶 Relationships 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 The typical vacation love story isn’t my thing, but when I started reading the description and later the book I was like: Yes, that’s what I want right now. It was funny, made me smile a lot and made my heart ache sometimes. It was heartwarming and sweet and I loved every minute of it. There were those two weirdos finding each other and being weird dorks together. I loved their banter, their jokes and how they treated each other. It was the best thing ever. Writing style 🌟🌟🌟🌟 The beginning was a little weird, but kind of nice and then the story started and I was like: Woah, I thought this would be an okay book but it turned out to be awesome? It was written in two POVs - Zoey and a Graham’s - and all the funny banters, accidents and moments made the book so enjoyable! I loved every bit and I definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to read a cute romcom! ”I can make up a lot more interesting version of myself than the truth.” “What’s the truth?” “I’m just a guy. With my head in the lap of a girl. Asking her not to spill her drink on me.”

  8. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    The ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. 3.5/5 Stars Full review HERE This book was a very nice read and I had quite a lot of fun reading it! There were so many things happening and there was never a dull moment. I loved how Graham opened up to Zoey and also how his mindset towards some of the tourists changed. You could definitely see how Zoey stole his heart. Zoey's amazement in regard to Alaska and her dream trip was the cutest thing ev The ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. 3.5/5 Stars Full review HERE This book was a very nice read and I had quite a lot of fun reading it! There were so many things happening and there was never a dull moment. I loved how Graham opened up to Zoey and also how his mindset towards some of the tourists changed. You could definitely see how Zoey stole his heart. Zoey's amazement in regard to Alaska and her dream trip was the cutest thing ever and I was so happy she had the chance to live her dream vacation. I think some parts of the book were a bit repetitive, like the fact that they couldn't be together because she was on holiday and their time was limited, we get it. Also, I would have liked to see a bit more of the side characters, they felt a bit one-dimensional to me. The ending was cute and I'm looking forward to reading more about Moose Springs in the next book of this companion series!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sheena

    Graham kept calling Zoey “gorgeous” and “darling” after every sentence and it drove me insane 🙃

  10. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    3.5 Stars - Graham Barnett is the owner of a diner called The Tourist Trap. He feels stuck in the job, and I found it pretty hilarious when he would just throw customers out or shut down on a whim. He hates tourists so much, yet Zoey walks into his life. Alaska is Zoey's dream vacation, and she has scrimped and saved to get there. She goes with her good, and very rich, friend Lana. Love the Alaska setting so much that I find myself specifically searching for books set in Alaska. Cover and title 3.5 Stars - Graham Barnett is the owner of a diner called The Tourist Trap. He feels stuck in the job, and I found it pretty hilarious when he would just throw customers out or shut down on a whim. He hates tourists so much, yet Zoey walks into his life. Alaska is Zoey's dream vacation, and she has scrimped and saved to get there. She goes with her good, and very rich, friend Lana. Love the Alaska setting so much that I find myself specifically searching for books set in Alaska. Cover and title are awesome, but some of this story just dragged for me. It took me much longer to finish than normal, and I found myself wanting it to be over in places. I LOVED Graham Barnett though. His character was so sweet and humorous, but I wished he would of stayed more grumpy for awhile. The two fell pretty fast! I loved the relationship he had with his blind dog Jake - it was so adorable! I also liked Zoey, but the part of the book I didn't like at all was anything involving Lana's group of wealthy snobs. Lana is okay, but I could of done entirely without any of the others. Anything that involved them I couldn't wait to be over.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    3.5⭐ I received an ARC copy of this from Sourcebooks Casablanca via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review Summary Graham runs the Tourist Trap diner in Moose Springs, Alaska. The name was supposed to be a joke, but tourists endlessly flock to his diner every day. He wants nothing to do with onslaught of tourists. Until he meets Zoey Caldwell.. Zoey is only in Moose Springs for 2 weeks. Alaska has always been her dream trip and she plans to pack in as much adventure as she can. But the more ti 3.5⭐ I received an ARC copy of this from Sourcebooks Casablanca via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review Summary Graham runs the Tourist Trap diner in Moose Springs, Alaska. The name was supposed to be a joke, but tourists endlessly flock to his diner every day. He wants nothing to do with onslaught of tourists. Until he meets Zoey Caldwell.. Zoey is only in Moose Springs for 2 weeks. Alaska has always been her dream trip and she plans to pack in as much adventure as she can. But the more time she spends there, the more she realizes their may be more to love in Moose Springs than just the Alaskan wilderness. Overview ➸ POV: 3rd Person from Zoey & Graham's POVs ➸ Graham Barnett: Owner of the Tourist Trap diner, Grumpy, Hates Tourists ➸ Zoey Caldwell: Tourist - spending 2 weeks in Alaska, Best friends with Lana who frequently visits Moose Springs, Waitress ➸ Content Warnings: Fighting/Violence, Animal Cruelty My Thoughts Overall I thought this was a really fun rom-com! I had some minor issues, but over all this book was sweet and a really good time. Also just a note - I thought the audiobook for this was absolutely fantastically voiced! So if you're in the market for a new audiobook, definitely check this one out! Now onto the actual book.. I am absolutely smitten with Moose Springs, Alaska! This setting was everything I love in small town romances. It even had an adorable and sassy moose side character! This setting swept me away and made me want to travel and visit Alaska. I will read absolutely anything set here! I thought the discussion of tourism's negative and positive impacts was really interesting. We get perspectives from both a local and tourist which highlighted the pros and cons for each side. I liked that an opinion wasn't necessarily voiced, but opened the door for discussion. This book delves into financial, environmental, and emotional impacts of tourism. It was something I don't think I've never really read about and I enjoyed the discussions it rose. In general I really enjoyed each of the characters in here! Zoey was really relatable and multifaceted while Lana was absolutely hilarious. My biggest issue with this book in general was Graham... I wanted so much more from Graham's character. He's pitched as being a grumpy hero but in actuality he wasn't that at all... Yes he's humorously snide toward tourists on occasion, but in reality he's just rude and aggressive. The number of times he physically attacks or verbally assaults another character was borderline ridiculous. I understood all of his frustrations, but throwing punches and yelling at other people should never the answer. And calling him an "alpha-hole" on page doesn't justify his actions. When Zoey had to forgive his outbursts for the 4th time I was personally fed up with him. He had his charming moments but overall I was annoyed with his bad temper. In general I enjoyed this lighthearted romance. It had wit, banter, and an atmospheric and charming setting that I fell absolutely head over heels for. While the hero wasn't my favorite character, I'm really excited to read more in this series!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Madison Mary

    "Please don't forget my dog. Don't forget his water. Don't forget he exists. And please, for the love of everything, don't forget he can't see." *ARC provided by Sourcebooks Casablanca for an honest review* A stunning rom-com debut set in the Alaskan wilderness that will having you laughing your socks off. SUMMARY In the Alaskan mountain town of Moose Springs, there is a clear divide between the locales and the tourists. Graham Barnett named his diner The Tourist Trap as a bitter joke, but it qu "Please don't forget my dog. Don't forget his water. Don't forget he exists. And please, for the love of everything, don't forget he can't see." *ARC provided by Sourcebooks Casablanca for an honest review* A stunning rom-com debut set in the Alaskan wilderness that will having you laughing your socks off. SUMMARY In the Alaskan mountain town of Moose Springs, there is a clear divide between the locales and the tourists. Graham Barnett named his diner The Tourist Trap as a bitter joke, but it quickly grew into tourist destination. Now stuck serving flashy resort guests, Graham detests tourists more than ever. Zoey Caldwell has been dreaming of visiting Alaska her whole life, and now that she has finally saved up enough money, she is leaving everything behind for a two-week dream vacation in Moose Springs. When her best friend claims that dining at The Tourist Trap is a rite of passage for any Moose Springs virgin, Zoey catches the eye of it's grumpy owner. Despite Graham's "no tourists" romance rule and Zoey's broken heart, the two find that there is more than one way to warm up in the Alaskan wilderness. REVIEW I read this book in one sitting, which took me by surprise as it is a 400+ contemporary romance with only mild steam. I cannot tell you how many times I was laughing out loud during this book. I was constantly smiling and just enjoying myself to the fullest extent. Despite this novel taking place over the span of 2 weeks, the romance between Zoey and Graham did not feel insta-lovey in the slightest. I love how it starts out as Graham pursuing Zoey in a sweet manner, not in some alpha-asshole manner. This is important to me because it shows the pure aspect of their romance, which really stood out to me. Their romance was a slow burn built on a friendship of hilarity and trust (and don't worry the steamy pay off is worth it). Side Note: Graham has a border collie that is blind and loves to wear outfits. He is the sweetest little nugget and I adore him. And there is a bull moose named Ulysses who is obsessed with fresh bread. I haven't read many books set in Alaska, nor have I ever been to Alaska, but the setting was gorgeous. Morgenthaler had me wanting to book a trip to Alaska by the end of this novel, despite the fact that I hate the cold. In other words, she worked some writer magic. You really get a feel for the town of Moose Springs and the animosity between the locals and the tourists. I loved getting to know the rowdy cast of characters and cannot wait to read the second book that focuses on Zoey's best friend Lana (who is a badass corporate party girl millionaire). The ending was very sweet and held up to typical rom-com standards. what really stood out to me was that it was unrealistic for Zoey to remain in Alaska at the end, because she didn't have anything to go back to. Unlike other books where the female ends up leaving a job etc. Overall, I am itching to get my hands on Moose Springs #2.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    4.5/5 There’s something about a grumpy hero in a romance novel that just works for me, maybe it’s because I’m kinda grumpy myself but Graham stole my heart almost instantly. His diner started out as a joke and his customer service is nonexistent, picture lots of grunting and you get what you get with a surly attitude. Then there’s Zoey who is his polar opposite, she’s adorable, sweet, quirky and awkward and I loved her too. So with two main characters that I liked I was already happy and then thr 4.5/5 There’s something about a grumpy hero in a romance novel that just works for me, maybe it’s because I’m kinda grumpy myself but Graham stole my heart almost instantly. His diner started out as a joke and his customer service is nonexistent, picture lots of grunting and you get what you get with a surly attitude. Then there’s Zoey who is his polar opposite, she’s adorable, sweet, quirky and awkward and I loved her too. So with two main characters that I liked I was already happy and then throw in an amazing Alaskan setting and it really couldn’t be anymore perfect for me! This had all the rom com feelings and was super sweet too, very much cutesy rather than sexy but Graham and Zoey’s chemistry was great. It’s a great beginning to a new series, the secondary characters were fantastic and I can’t wait until my next trip to Moose Springs! Oh, if you’re an animal lover there is also plenty to love her taking this to a whole other swoon level.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lily Herman

    On top of the original premise, something that immediately drew me into this book should surprise no one: The dialogue was incredible. Pithy, fun, cute, I loved it. That said, Sarah Morgenthaler's The Tourist Attraction didn't quite click for me. My two big issues? For one thing, as y'all know from my mountain of other romance novel reviews, it's hard for me to stan a book with an insta-love trope. Not every book can be an incredible enemies-to-lovers tale, but I think insta-love is hard to pull On top of the original premise, something that immediately drew me into this book should surprise no one: The dialogue was incredible. Pithy, fun, cute, I loved it. That said, Sarah Morgenthaler's The Tourist Attraction didn't quite click for me. My two big issues? For one thing, as y'all know from my mountain of other romance novel reviews, it's hard for me to stan a book with an insta-love trope. Not every book can be an incredible enemies-to-lovers tale, but I think insta-love is hard to pull off convincingly (REALLY?! You REALLY saw each other from across the room and fell in love that quickly???) and sustain well for an entire book. The Tourist Attraction did this better than most works in the genre, but it wasn't all there. Second, I never fully warmed up to the main character Zoey. We got a lot of description of how amazing she was from Graham's perspective, but that wasn't seen through her actions. I'm not a big fan of the adorkably bland quirkly girl schtick, and it's almost ironic that this protagonist shares a name with one of the most famous queens of adorkable. That said, I think this was a very solid debut for Sarah Morgenthaler, and I'm interested in seeing what she writes in the future because whew, that dialogue was excellent. This one's three stars for me.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Cristina | CristiinaReads

    Full review coming soon... Not only am I in love with this cover, but the synopsis totally drew me in for more... ARC kindly provided by Sourcebooks, in exchange for an honest review coming closer to release date... Follow Me On: Instagram ❁ Twitter Full review coming soon... Not only am I in love with this cover, but the synopsis totally drew me in for more... ARC kindly provided by Sourcebooks, in exchange for an honest review coming closer to release date... Follow Me On: Instagram ❁ Twitter

  16. 5 out of 5

    Samantha (WLABB)

    Rating: 4.5 stars When I saw the description for this book, I knew it would be a hit for me. A rom-com set in Alaska with a grumpy hero. Yes, please! And, I am happy to say, Morganthaler combined these elements in a most wonderful and satisfying way. Who? Graham - A reluctant diner owner, who detested tourists. Zoey - A waitress, who saved every penny for over two years, and was finally on her dream vacation. What? Though Graham was not fond of tourists, he found himself fighting an attraction to Zo Rating: 4.5 stars When I saw the description for this book, I knew it would be a hit for me. A rom-com set in Alaska with a grumpy hero. Yes, please! And, I am happy to say, Morganthaler combined these elements in a most wonderful and satisfying way. Who? Graham - A reluctant diner owner, who detested tourists. Zoey - A waitress, who saved every penny for over two years, and was finally on her dream vacation. What? Though Graham was not fond of tourists, he found himself fighting an attraction to Zoey. However, he had to stick to his no tourists rule, since he was looking for something more permanent. But, he just couldn't see his future without her. Why? What a wonderful debut! I had such a fantastic time getting to know the fine people of Moose Springs, and also, watching Graham and Zoey fall in love. I have a good feeling about this entire series, because the first book was packed with characters I want to know better. Lana, the twins, and the various other business owners all caught my attention, but I will use this time to focus on the stars of this story - Zoey and Graham. Graham was an interesting fellow. He seemed like a real grumpy Gus, but under his tourist repellant armor was a kind and affable guy with a heart of gold. Watching him interact with his fur-baby, his godsons, and Ulysses, the resident moose, showed what a softie he was. But, he was a complicated guy, with complicated feelings about his diner and its success. I didn't quite get it for most of the story, but he had this breakthrough towards the end, and I was happier for it. Then, there was Zoey. There was nothing not to love about her. She was geeky, loyal, sweet, feisty, and adorable. Her wide-eyed enthusiasm for seeing everything Alaska had to offer was quite contagious. It was via Zoey, that we got to "see" so much of the beauty this state had to offer, and Morganthaler did a fantastic job painting the scenery for us. I loved watching these getting to know each other. They broke down walls, and peeled away layers, finding someone, who were perfect for them. The way their romance unfolded and ramped up was believable, and I could feel the attraction between them. Sweet comments and snappy banter filled in the space between, and left me rather pleased with their courtship. Obviously, I really enjoyed this book, but let's check those boxes! ✓ Grumpy hero ✓ Lovable heroine ✓ Fantastic fur-baby ✓ Beautiful scenery ✓ Undeniable chemistry ✓ Wacky townspeople ✓ Interesting local cuisine ✓ A randy moose ✓ Quaint town ✓ Chainsaw art ✓ Hijinks galore I had an outstanding time reading The Tourist Attraction! Not only did I fall in love with Graham and Zoey, I fell in love with Moose Springs, and am very much looking forward to spending more time there. *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review. BLOG | INSTAGRAM |TWITTER | BLOGLOVIN | FRIEND ME ON GOODREADS

  17. 4 out of 5

    Melissasfandomworld

    It was a likable enough read to me. But... And I can't put my finger to it really well as to why, but in general, this book just didn't blow me away unfortunately. This sounds a bit like I'm Debby Downer haha. The characters were fun though, but I just couldn't connect to them as fully as I would've liked. The story-line was good for a contemporary romance and fast-paced, but I also couldn't completely lose myself in it as I would've liked. Same goes for the romance... it just didn't entirely sw It was a likable enough read to me. But... And I can't put my finger to it really well as to why, but in general, this book just didn't blow me away unfortunately. This sounds a bit like I'm Debby Downer haha. The characters were fun though, but I just couldn't connect to them as fully as I would've liked. The story-line was good for a contemporary romance and fast-paced, but I also couldn't completely lose myself in it as I would've liked. Same goes for the romance... it just didn't entirely sweep my off my feet. I do think it was really funny at times, which I definitely liked and that was one of the + things about the book for me! So, what I did like then? Fast paced? Check Funny? Check Beautiful Alaskan settings? Check Conclusion I'd definitely still recommend it if you like Alaskan settings with fun and witty banter between some of the characters. To me, it was a mediocre read; a book that had some fun elements and was a fast paced read, but that isn't a memorable read, you know? A lot of people fell in love HARD when reading this book, so I'd say; why don't you find out for yourself to see what you'll think of it? ;)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dísir

    ‘The Tourist Attraction’ is quirky romcom by Sarah Morganthaler and certainly fits the ‘cute’ label, with a ton of secondary characters adding squiggly (and sometimes unbelievably complicated) lines and flavour to the plot. But that was also where it also unfortunately stalled for me. After the witty, entertaining start, ‘The Tourist Attraction’ seemed to consist of more fumbling, awkward moments—all calculated to be rom-com funny—but in doing so, compromised on depth and perhaps, emotional enta ‘The Tourist Attraction’ is quirky romcom by Sarah Morganthaler and certainly fits the ‘cute’ label, with a ton of secondary characters adding squiggly (and sometimes unbelievably complicated) lines and flavour to the plot. But that was also where it also unfortunately stalled for me. After the witty, entertaining start, ‘The Tourist Attraction’ seemed to consist of more fumbling, awkward moments—all calculated to be rom-com funny—but in doing so, compromised on depth and perhaps, emotional entanglement that didn’t go beneath the snappy and cute one-liners. There were interesting bits but bigger and bigger pockets of lull and scenes that didn’t seem to build to anywhere, and if it was wild to begin with, I started increasingly skimming towards the middle and end when Morganthaler simply added on Zoey Caldwell’s bucket list and her increasing ‘bumps’ into Graham Barnett. Graham wasn’t all I expected, but then, maybe I’d become accustomed to reading about the typical (and fictional) mountain man living in the remote bits of the country. Instead, the odd levity that his character had and his inexplicable attraction to Zoey made him very much a surface protagonist in some ways; I was waiting for the other side of the coin to drop or a tragic revelation in some aspect of his life but it never did. Ditto with Zoey who by and large, created little conflict with her entrance, only that she and Graham didn’t entirely make the world’s most interesting or eye-catching couple that I was solidly for or against. Essentially, I came off the book slowing asking myself what the point was—admittedly there’s little romantic and familial drama that would appeal to some readers—and couldn’t quite figure it out even after Graham and Zoey finally made out into their sunset…obviously a case of just me. *ARC by the publisher via Netgalley

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kate (kate_reads_)

    I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!! This was one of those reads that I never wanted to put down but also didn’t want to finish. Open The Tourist Attraction and let it transport you to Moose Springs, Alaska for a few hours. You will love it there! A few things you’ll find in this small town: - Zoe - a tourist who has been saving up to visit for years and has lots of plans - Graham - a grumpy local who doesn’t want anything to do with the tourists - Jake - a blind border collie who is a VERY GOOD BOY - Ulysses - a I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!! This was one of those reads that I never wanted to put down but also didn’t want to finish. Open The Tourist Attraction and let it transport you to Moose Springs, Alaska for a few hours. You will love it there! A few things you’ll find in this small town: - Zoe - a tourist who has been saving up to visit for years and has lots of plans - Graham - a grumpy local who doesn’t want anything to do with the tourists - Jake - a blind border collie who is a VERY GOOD BOY - Ulysses - a moose who just loves the smell of freshly baked bread - cinnamon rolls the size of your head - alllllll the moments to make you swoon Highly recommend and I can’t wait for the next book in the series! Thank you so much to Sourcebooks Casablanca and Edelweiss for the free book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    dani

    i COULDN'T stop reading, my eyes were hurting and i took a break from it because i had to sleep my required hours

  21. 4 out of 5

    Nursebookie

    This book had it all - fun, funny, and endearing read with a side of quirky characters, a grumpy hero, a shy bookish heroine, a diner called The Tourist Trap, a moose named Ulysses, killer whales and my fave narwhals! This was how I imagined a small town life would be like, where the townspeople’s lives, their homes, their community gets disrupted by some clueless tourists. Enter Graham Barnett, the owner of the popular diner, Tourist Trap who wants to maintain his small town tranquility. His jo This book had it all - fun, funny, and endearing read with a side of quirky characters, a grumpy hero, a shy bookish heroine, a diner called The Tourist Trap, a moose named Ulysses, killer whales and my fave narwhals! This was how I imagined a small town life would be like, where the townspeople’s lives, their homes, their community gets disrupted by some clueless tourists. Enter Graham Barnett, the owner of the popular diner, Tourist Trap who wants to maintain his small town tranquility. His joint is the place to go for beers and burgers despite his moody and grumpy service, people are drawn to the place. Zoey is finally making her dream vacation happen - she is shy, very awkward but simply adorable and Graham has caught her eye. Their chemistry is fantastic, very cutesy but very funny and down right hot! I love them both and love reading about their adventures and misadventures too! I highly recommend this book and the audio was absolutely incredible narrated by Elise Arsenault. It’s so good I cannot believe this is a debut and I just want to book my next vacay at Moose Springs, Alaska!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Antonella

    Northern Exposure meets Gilmore Girls! True, our hero is a younger and hotter version of Luke Danes but the grumpiness and dislike of tourists are spot on. Moose Springs provides the charm and characters for a delightful book. The writing has a lot of cute banter filled with popular references. When Zoey, a hardworking waitress from a small town in Illinois, comes to Alaska, for her two-week vacation, she meets Graham and many adventures ensue. I loved all picture-perfect scenic descriptions of t Northern Exposure meets Gilmore Girls! True, our hero is a younger and hotter version of Luke Danes but the grumpiness and dislike of tourists are spot on. Moose Springs provides the charm and characters for a delightful book. The writing has a lot of cute banter filled with popular references. When Zoey, a hardworking waitress from a small town in Illinois, comes to Alaska, for her two-week vacation, she meets Graham and many adventures ensue. I loved all picture-perfect scenic descriptions of the Alaskan wilderness. Oh, and the animals...they are stars of this book. What I didn't care about is too much backstory for the side characters, it is clear that this book gives a great foundation to make it a series. Don't get me wrong, I want to read those books but I feel more attention should be on our main couple. I also would like more clearness between the switch in point of view between narrators. Maybe if each had their own chapter or something. This is this author's debut. And what an amazing debut it is. It reminds me of another Sarah... Sarah Morgan. So I am excited about future books she will write. It got me at Alaska!! Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elley Murray

    I ADORED this book. The energy was the same sort of witty banter, kind of wacky main characters as Sally Thorne's The Hating Game - despite a completely different location, plot, and set up, haha. Still, if you love The Hating Game, I highly recommend The Tourist Attraction. (And vice versa.) I fell in love with Graham, Zoey, Ulysses, and with Moose Springs. I am SO GLAD this is part of a series set in Moose Springs because I adore all the people who live there and I need to more of them, prefera I ADORED this book. The energy was the same sort of witty banter, kind of wacky main characters as Sally Thorne's The Hating Game - despite a completely different location, plot, and set up, haha. Still, if you love The Hating Game, I highly recommend The Tourist Attraction. (And vice versa.) I fell in love with Graham, Zoey, Ulysses, and with Moose Springs. I am SO GLAD this is part of a series set in Moose Springs because I adore all the people who live there and I need to more of them, preferably injected directly into my veins. I don't even know what to say about this book. The grumpy one is soft for the sunshine one, and there's an amorous moose who gets friendly with a truck. What more can you possible want in a book?! This is the first book in the Moose Springs, Alaska series. I CAN NOT WAIT for the next book, Mistletoe and Mr. Right, which is about Lana and Rick and YOU GUYS, I think also Ulysses. Read the book and you'll know what makes me filled with joy, haha.

  24. 5 out of 5

    JG

    The Tourist Attraction is a charming and ever so lovable romantic comedy that will enchant readers with it’s small town vibe, charming cast of characters, witty and memorable dialogues with the vacation fling as romance trope. Graham and Zoey are not your typical romance couple and the setting is the not so often featured state of Alaska. Sarah Morgenthaler has managed to craft a story that might be slow burn but is pure enjoyment to read. I have never had so much fun reading a love story that h The Tourist Attraction is a charming and ever so lovable romantic comedy that will enchant readers with it’s small town vibe, charming cast of characters, witty and memorable dialogues with the vacation fling as romance trope. Graham and Zoey are not your typical romance couple and the setting is the not so often featured state of Alaska. Sarah Morgenthaler has managed to craft a story that might be slow burn but is pure enjoyment to read. I have never had so much fun reading a love story that has very little obstacle for the main couple from the start. Add in a town that sounds both small town and tourist spot rolled into one, fantastic sceneries, secondary characters that you wish gets their own book, a cute dog and a love sick moose and you have a winner! The vividness of the setting makes you just want to get on a plane and make your own Alaskan adventure happen. The Tourist Attraction has all the boxes ticked for a great romantic comedy plus Alaska!

  25. 4 out of 5

    aarya

    CW: (view spoiler)[moose is relocated due to incident with tourist (50% survival rate, unknown if dead or alive) (hide spoiler)] After a rough start (I was ready to DNF at 10% because the hero is such an asshole), the book got better. I liked it! Still some irritating aspects but overall it was worth a read. Grumpy/sunshine vibes, beautiful scenic descriptions of Alaska, comedy heavily dependent on physical humor, fade-to-black sex scenes, and a rom-com with very little sorrow/grief/trauma. One CW: (view spoiler)[moose is relocated due to incident with tourist (50% survival rate, unknown if dead or alive) (hide spoiler)] After a rough start (I was ready to DNF at 10% because the hero is such an asshole), the book got better. I liked it! Still some irritating aspects but overall it was worth a read. Grumpy/sunshine vibes, beautiful scenic descriptions of Alaska, comedy heavily dependent on physical humor, fade-to-black sex scenes, and a rom-com with very little sorrow/grief/trauma. One of the happier contemporary romances with an illustrated cover that I’ve read in a while. I’ll pick up the next one because I’m interested in the continuing tourist/development storyline. Disclaimer: I received a free e-ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ali

    This was super adorable & enjoyable. Graham is a reluctant diner owner who detested tourists. Zoey is a waitress who saved every penny for over two years in order to make her dream vacation of going to Alaska a reality. Although Graham is not a fan of tourists, he finds himself immediately intrigued by Zoey. It was so much fun watching Zoey and Graham fall in love. I really enjoyed the banter of the characters and the interactions they had throughout this story. Although on the outside, Graham se This was super adorable & enjoyable. Graham is a reluctant diner owner who detested tourists. Zoey is a waitress who saved every penny for over two years in order to make her dream vacation of going to Alaska a reality. Although Graham is not a fan of tourists, he finds himself immediately intrigued by Zoey. It was so much fun watching Zoey and Graham fall in love. I really enjoyed the banter of the characters and the interactions they had throughout this story. Although on the outside, Graham seemed like a grump, on the inside he was a total softy that dressed up his blind fur baby and loyal to the ones he loves. Zoey's excitement and joy for learning all there is to know about Alaska was contagious and enjoyable to read. Overall, this was a great time. Even though I was surprised that the sexy times were all fade to black use your own imagination type of scenes, their love story was SUPER cute and I enjoyed my time reading this. The ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Isabella

    read for the warm and fuzzies and you will not be disappointed :)

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jana at ThatArtsyReaderGirl.com

    This review originally appeared on my review blog, That Artsy Reader Girl. ALERT! ALERT! New favorite book! I love Alaska, and was so excited when I saw that this rom-com with the cutest cover ever takes place there! I’ve really been gobbling up rom-com books lately. They’re so much fun and allow me to escape with sweet characters. The Tourist Attraction did just that for me. 1. Moose Springs is the quaintest, cutest little town. I love that Sarah Morgenthaler was able to keep those cute town vib This review originally appeared on my review blog, That Artsy Reader Girl. ALERT! ALERT! New favorite book! I love Alaska, and was so excited when I saw that this rom-com with the cutest cover ever takes place there! I’ve really been gobbling up rom-com books lately. They’re so much fun and allow me to escape with sweet characters. The Tourist Attraction did just that for me. 1. Moose Springs is the quaintest, cutest little town. I love that Sarah Morgenthaler was able to keep those cute town vibes while also allowing us to spend time at an exclusive resort that the locals (aka Graham) refer to as “the big house”. Yeah… the locals don’t like the resort at all. They feel it’s ruining their small town and driving business away, not to mention bringing in tons of unwanted tourists and destroying the natural beauty of Moose Springs. I tend to agree with them. I’d be much happier of the resort was a bunch of cute little bare bones cabins (Alaska has my heart and I want it to stay as wild and untouched by consumerism as possible), but we never would have met Zoey and Lana if they were! 2. Zoey, our heroine, has been saving up for YEARS to visit Alaska. When the opportunity arises in the form of crashing on her rich friend Lana’s couch in her luxury suite while she’s there on business, Zoey can not pass it up. She lives a very simple life and doesn’t get around much, which I loved. It makes her all the more excited when she arrives and sees what Alaska has to offer. She’s got everything planned out to the dollar, and carries all of those dollars around in her sparkly green frog coin purse. She’s kind of awkward, glasses slipping down her nose a million times a day, and quirky in a very endearing way. Adorkable, really. I loved her. She’s so relatable and down-to-earth. She is easily excited and wears her heart on her sleeve. She’s also got a good head on her shoulders and a spunky personality that really shines through when she’s pushing back against someone who has done her wrong. She won’t take crap from anyone, but is also emotional and feels a lot of things. I really saw a lot of myself in her. 3. Graham opens a greasy spoon diner called “The Tourist Trap” as a joke, but this place has become a right of passage for anyone who visits. It’s even in the guide books. People line up before the place opens, and insist on experiencing it even though it’s notorious for having the worst service ever. Graham is known for kicking everyone out at a moment’s notice because he’s just tired of the noise or the people or wants to go home. He’s known for not opening on time (or at all) because he’s got better things to do. But the people still come! It was so fun to read about how things at the diner work, and what Graham thinks about it all. 4. Zoey and Graham get off to a bit of a rocky start. I’m not even kidding. I won’t spoil it for you, but I will say that it lands the both of them in jail. Hysterical. Graham is a rugged, sarcastic, grumpy, surly, blunt artist who just so happens to own a diner and is in a pretty serious relationship with a moose that likes to lick windows and loves the smell of fresh baked bread. When he’s not at the diner, he’s carving wood pieces with a chainsaw in his shipping container out back. If I didn’t know this book took place in Alaska, I’d think Graham was a cowboy. He’s got that smooth cowboy swag and calls Zoey “Darlin'”. He’s got a very laid back attitude, but will turn into a grizzly bear if you hurt him or anyone he cares about. He’s kind of the town troublemaker, but not even close to a bad boy even though I think he secretly hopes that’s what people see him as. He loves his moose and his sweet blind dog named Jack, and he hates tourists. Well, except Zoey. He will do anything for Zoey, including making a fool of himself and bringing her the biggest cinnamon rolls known to man. 5. I love all the banter between Graham and Zoey. They flirt and joke, but they also talk about deeper things that mean a lot to them. They’ve shared pain over what they’ve gone through. They’re there for each other, and I felt like their relationship was very sweet and meaningful for the short amount of time they’ve known each other. 6. I loved the locals, and had so much fun getting to know them. If you’ve ever seen Northern Exposure, I got those kinds of vibes from some of the people. Easton in particular is amazing. 7. There are narwhals in this book. NARWHALS. And whales. WHALES. 8. The Tourist Attraction is so funny! I loved everything, from the locals vs. the big house shenanigans, to the run-in with a whale, to the moose that’s left footprints on Graham’s heart and dents in his truck, to the silly touristy things Graham does with Zoey because he’ll do anything for her, to the hangovers and the jail debacle. There’s so much to love here. Sarah Morgenthaler has done a wonderful job writing a rom-com that has so much depth and heart. I was swooning and laughing my way through it. A charming, sparkling debut. I’ve been forcing everyone I know to either read or pre-order this book, and I’ve already pre-ordered the paperback of the next book in this series! It’s a Christmas book called Mistletoe and Mr. Right, and it comes out in October 2020. This time Lana, Zoey’s best friend, will have her shot at romance. From the sounds of it, it’s going to be just as a wonderful as The Tourist Attraction. I can’t wait!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Blodeuedd Finland

    This one was fun. And lots of craziness. Zoey has saved and saved so she could visit Alaska. But everything doesn't always turn out like it is meant to be. Alaska has its own ideas. As for Zoey, she kept pushing through, I liked her. Graham loves Alaska, but he hates tourists. And hey I get it, it would be rather annoying to have tourists everywhere, drinking, destroying things, upping prices. And then he owns this shitty restaurant that serves 3 dishes, and tourists love it. But he still goes afte This one was fun. And lots of craziness. Zoey has saved and saved so she could visit Alaska. But everything doesn't always turn out like it is meant to be. Alaska has its own ideas. As for Zoey, she kept pushing through, I liked her. Graham loves Alaska, but he hates tourists. And hey I get it, it would be rather annoying to have tourists everywhere, drinking, destroying things, upping prices. And then he owns this shitty restaurant that serves 3 dishes, and tourists love it. But he still goes after her, I do love when the guy does the chasing. And they keep meeting each other under the worst circumstances. They were just such a cute, fun couple, and I did like the Alaska setting a lot. The Graham voice was just so, awww, perfect. That is when the narrator does well with a voice. She has a fun upbeat narration that was just right.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bex | TotallyBex.com

    Fun vacation romance with lots of quirky townsfolk, a heroine with horrible luck, and the cutest canine sidekick a hero could ask for! {Full review coming closer to release date!}

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