It's a BOOK REVIEW!
So, the title is Cruise Quarters, by Cara and Ray Bertoia. Full disclosure - I won this from Mysti Parker's 20,000th Hit Giveaway (mystiparker.blogspot.com) and would never have picked it up otherwise. That said...
It's a fun read. Light and well-paced, I zipped through it in a little less than a day. It tells the story of Sarah Seldon, an American dealer in a casino on a cruise ship, and Paul Campbell, a British dealer brought into the same casino. Essentially, it's a romance, with most of the usual glop left out (sorry, not a romance fan). What you're left with is the evolution of their relationship over about a six-month period, set against the backdrop of the cruise around various Caribbean and South American ports.
It feels autobiographical, which isn't a bad thing - we're always told to write what we know.
My quibbles? The copy I got was a proof copy, so some technical errors (no numbering of the chapters, pages unjustified, and the spine fell apart as I read it). But no problems with the writing itself.
Overall, let's say this is a 4 out of 5. Definitely worth a read on a relaxing summer's day.