Roman Holiday: The Adventure Begins
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More informationMeet Ashley and Roman-complete opposites who can't hide their attraction-in Ruthie Knox's original serial, Roman Holiday.
Roman Holiday, Episode 1: Chained
Ashley Bowman is having a bad week. Reeling from the death of her beloved grandmother, she returns to the Florida Keys only to learn that a heartless Miami developer has gotten hold of the crappy vacation rentals she calls home. Ashley has one day to clear out before Roman Díaz destroys the only place in the world that matters to her. Chaining herself to a palm tree in the bulldozers' path seems like a good way to stop him . . . until she realizes she should've brought food and water. And pants. Also, it would help if the evil developer weren't so ridiculously hot.
The last thing Roman Díaz needs is some sun-kissed blond protester getting her picture in the newspaper and messing up his plans. He bought the property fair and square, and the resort he wants to build on the site is the key to realizing his highest ambitions. But when a hurricane blows through, Roman has to hustle Ashley to safety if he wants to protect his reputation-and that means giving in to her unreasonable demands.
Roman needs to learn a little compassion, and Ashley's decided to teach it to him . . . even if she has to drag him all over the Eastern Seaboard to do it.
Roman Holiday, Episode 2: Hitched
Ruthie Knox's original serial, Roman Holiday, continues in Episode 2, as Ashley and Roman flee an oncoming hurricane by hitting the highway-only to encounter some outrageous bumps in the road.
Roman Díaz isn't thrilled about being forced to evacuate Ashley Bowman from the Florida Keys-and that's before he sees the decrepit Airstream trailer she wants to hook up to his shiny new Escalade. Ashley's in way over her head, and the only way she knows to beat Roman is to get some help from a friend . . . in Georgia. She can put up with Roman's fury at the unexpected detour, no problem. It's the bizarre thrum of attraction between them that she could do without. And yet there's something