Making Waves

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"Hilarious! A WILD, SEXY ROMP WITH A FRESH, FUN TAKE ON LOVE."—Lani Diane Rich, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

She always wanted to belong...just not to a dysfunctional pirate crew

Juli has trouble fitting in, though she'd prefer to keep the reasons to herself. But when she mistakenly stows away on a ship of misfit corporate castoffs, her own secrets become ...

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Overview

"Hilarious! A WILD, SEXY ROMP WITH A FRESH, FUN TAKE ON LOVE."—Lani Diane Rich, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

She always wanted to belong...just not to a dysfunctional pirate crew

Juli has trouble fitting in, though she'd prefer to keep the reasons to herself. But when she mistakenly stows away on a ship of misfit corporate castoffs, her own secrets become the least of her concerns.

He knows plotting a diamond heist may be considered unusual behavior...

But Alex isn't feeling very normal when his unscrupulous boss kicks him to the curb. Meeting Juli doesn't do much to restore normalcy to Alex's life either, but it sure is exhilarating!

As Alex and Juli bare their secrets—and a whole lot more—they find that while normal is nice, weird can be wonderful.

Dive into Tawna Fenske's hilarious world of wacky, quirky, heartwarming romance.

Tawna Fenske traveled a career path that took her from newspaper reporter to English teacher in Venezuela to marketing geek. An avid globetrotter with a fondness for the sea, Tawna is the author of the popular daily blog Don't Pet Me, I'm Writing and lives in Bend, Oregon.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781402257216
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/2/2011
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 423,236
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.80 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Tawna Fenske traveled a career path that took her from newspaper reporter to English teacher in Venezuela to marketing geek. An avid globetrotter with a fondness for the sea, Tawna is the author of the popular daily blog Don't Pet Me, I'm Writing and lives in Bend, Oregon.
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"I'm sorry, he wants me to do what?"

Juli Flynn didn't think to hide the incredulity in her voice. She did, however, think of hiding beneath her mother's kitchen table. If it weren't for the memory of her brother wiping boogers there thirty years ago, she probably would have crawled right under.

Juli stared at her mother. Tina Flynn was chopping carrots for a Jell-O salad that would, in all likelihood, hold as much culinary appeal for the funeral guests as the actual corpse.

"You know you were always Uncle Frank's favorite," Tina said in the same voice she'd used to suggest her children not stick lima beans up their noses. "I think you should be flattered."

"Mom. I'd be flattered if he asked me to read a poem at the funeral or look after his cat or take his clothes to Goodwill. But this-this is just weird."

"Don't be so dramatic, Juli."

"Dramatic? Dramatic is making a deathbed request that your niece travel to the freakin' Virgin Islands to dump your ashes over the edge of a boat near St. John-that's dramatic. Why not spread them off the Oregon coast or on Mount Hood or something?"

Tina finished with the carrots and began chopping beets, her knife making neat little slivers of purple that scattered over the green countertop. Juli sighed and began hunting in the cupboard for sesame seeds to add to the Jell-O.

"Frank had fond memories of his years sailing over there," Juli's mother said.

"He had fond memories of the Polish hooker he traveled with while he was fleeing that federal indictment."

Tina smiled and set her knife down. "That's right-what was her name? Olga or Helga or something like that?"

"Oksana," said Juli, thinking this was so not the point.

Juli closed her eyes, hating the fact that at age thirty-seven, she felt like a petulant toddler. She had a sudden urge to stomp her feet and bang her fists on the counter in a full-blown tantrum.

It's not like she and Uncle Frank had been that close. She'd been living in Seattle for the past six years, coming home to Portland for the occasional holiday. Until last week, she hadn't even seen Uncle Frank since her birthday party a year ago when he'd gotten drunk on a quart of vanilla extract from Tina's baking cupboard and spent the evening pretending to be a stegosaurus. The rest of the family had been embarrassed. Juli had been delighted that, for once, she wasn't the oddest member of the family. That common bond was the reason she and Uncle Frank had always enjoyed a

special relationship.

Well, that, and the fact that advanced dementia had led him to believe his niece was Celine Dion.

"You didn't happen to tell Uncle Frank that I'm-"

"Terrified of the ocean? No, I didn't have the heart to mention that."

Juli nodded and watched her mother consult her handwritten recipe before reaching for the Worcestershire sauce.

"Did Uncle Frank say when I need to complete this mission?" Juli asked, grabbing three packets of orange Jell-O and her mother's fish-shaped Jell-O mold. "Do cremated remains have-um-a shelf life or anything?"

"He didn't really say. He was choking on his tongue a lot there at the end, so it was hard to understand him. Could you hand me that feta cheese?"

Juli gave her the container and scooted a knife out of the way, aware of her mother's tendency to drop sharp objects on her bare feet.

"So maybe you didn't understand him right?" Juli asked hopefully. "Maybe instead of 'throw my ashes off a fishing boat,' he said, 'roll my ass over, you stupid whore'?"

"Those bedsores were sure something! Hand me those Junior Mints?"

Juli sighed, sensing the conversation was going nowhere. Maybe she was arguing the wrong point.

"I can't just pack up and go to St. John. I have a life."

Tina beamed at her daughter. "Are you dating someone new, sweetie?"

Juli scowled. "That's not what I meant. I haven't dated anyone since-well, for a long time."

"Oh. Well, you know it can be a little bit intimidating for some men to date a woman with your particular-"

"Mom, can we not talk about this now?"

"Sweetie, I don't know why you're always so embarrassed about your special-"

"Please, Mom," Juli said weakly, feeling her ears flame the way they always did when someone drew attention to the fact that she was-well, different. She touched her fingers to her lobes, trying to cool them.

"Could we just stick with the subject of Uncle Frank?" she pleaded.

"Of course, dear. Can you hand me the dill?"

Juli spun the spice rack and located the appropriate jar. "I have a job, Mom. I have a bank account that can't exactly handle the strain of a Caribbean vacation."

"Well, Uncle Frank left a little bit of money in his will to cover some of the cost of your travels."

"Okay. That's half the equation. What about my job?"

"Didn't you say they asked for people in your department to volunteer to take a little time off? That sounds so nice."

That sounds like a layoff, Juli thought, biting into a carrot as she watched her mother mix the Jell-O.

Not that the idea didn't hold some appeal. She'd worked in the marketing department of a software company for less than a year and already she was so bored her skin itched. She'd hardly bothered to hide her delight the week before when the vice president had stood at the center of their cube-farm, running his fingers through his comb-over, asking if anyone was interested in a severance package of three weeks' salary and a scone-of-the-month club membership in exchange for "taking a little time off. Indefinitely."

Later that day, Juli had flung herself onto the sofa in her therapist's office and sighed. "I feel like my career is going nowhere," she told Dr. Gordon.

"What makes you say that?" he'd asked, looking wise and vaguely constipated on the edge of his orange armchair.

"The fact that my boss told me yesterday, 'Juli, your career is going nowhere.'"

"Right," Dr. Gordon said, nodding. "And how does that make you feel?"

Juli shot him a look. "Terrific."

Dr. Gordon was not amused. Dr. Gordon was seldom amused. Juli had fantasies about pinning him down on the carpet and tickling him until he peed.

"Juli, we've spoken before about the social oddities you've developed as a coping mechanism to deal with your self-consciousness and your lack of a sense of belonging, which is the direct result of the attention you've generated in the scientific community and the media for your-" He stopped and stared at her, then shook his head. "Are you covering your ears so you don't have to listen, or are you cooling them like you always do when you're embarrassed?"

"A little of both," she admitted, lowering her hands.

"I see," Dr. Gordon said, looking morose. "You're uncomfortable with this subject. Let's talk about your career. What did you want to be when you were a child?"

"The Bionic Woman."

Dr. Gordon didn't smile. "What was your first job after college?"

"I was a newspaper reporter for three months before an on-the-job injury forced me to change careers."

"Injury?"

"I fell asleep in a City Council meeting and stabbed myself between the ribs with a pencil." She lifted the hem of her shirt. "Check it out, five stitches right here-"

Dr. Gordon sighed and began to flip through his notes. "Let's go back over some of the other jobs you've held. After you were a reporter, you spent some time as a data analyst?"

Juli lowered her shirttail and sat up straighter. "Oh. Sure, there was that. And marketing, of course. And I got my helicopter pilot license about seven years ago, and there was that stint as a pet store manager, and four months as a scout for forest fires, six months working in that hat shop, and-"

"Juli, your employment history leaves something to be desired."

She nodded, pleased to be understood. "You're right. I've never been a brain surgeon."

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  • Posted August 31, 2011

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    Fluffy Fictional Fun, But Too Light On the Romance

    When I first learned about Making Waves, the debut novel by author Tawna Fenske, I had high hopes that she might be a new contemporary author that I would love. The cover quote on the front of Making Waves describes it as "Hilarious! A wild, sexy romp with a fresh, fun take on love." Hence my problem with cover quotes. I know that they are promotional, and therefore exaggerations and sometimes not exactly revealing or truthful and the story contained within the pages. And to be honest, the cover quote on the cover of Making Waves isn't misleading in any way, because the book is fun and at times laugh out loud funny....but because of the quote I think I had unrealistically high, misplaced and unfair expectations of this new to me author being like a beloved author, Jill Shalvis, who writes some of my absolute favorite contemporary romances...and it wasn't, much to my disappointment.

    Juli Flynn is a genius, literally. And like most geniuses, she has a problem connecting with people and fitting in and settling into a life with purpose. She's as infamous for her IQ, as for her failures in both life and in love. She's quirky, smart and fun and supposedly absolutely gorgeous.

    Alex Bradshaw is a forty something executive who has devoted his life to the pursuit of professional success to prove that he is worthy. After being dumped by his fiancée years ago for a Dentist who could offer her the kind of life, and the money that she wanted, he defines his self worth by his title and his bank account. So when he's given his pink slip with a drained bank account he is left with those old feelings of insecurity and the only way he knows to get back at his unscrupulous boss and fill his empty coffers is to become a pirate.

    Making Waves is a fun romance, which is light on the romance and heavy on the cliché's. There were moments in this book that were laugh out loud funny, but also moments that were completely ridiculous. This author loves dichotomies. For example, a quirky nerd who is bombshell beautiful, an Ex Pro Football player who likes to be called "Cookie", embroider his own aprons, grate his own nutmeg and wears women's clothing. Then there are also high seas pirates who are massive brooding muscle bound men who act like children yet are literary theologians. Go figure.

    At times it felt like the author was throwing polar opposite characteristics together to make the characters be more comical and funny, but instead seemed came off as contrived and absurd. For me funny is finding the humor in everyday life, not forcing situations in order to add substance to otherwise weak character development.

    I have mixed feelings about Making Waves. There were moments that I really enjoyed.like when Alex and Juli first meet and pretend to be recently married in order to qualify to play a Newlywed type game to win some quick cash. That was pretty darn hilarious! Unfortunately those moments were few and far between for me. For me the story was much more focused on the "funny" characteristics of the characters, than the characters themselves which resulted in what I felt to be a very superficial love story. It was fluff, sometimes fun, but overall...forgettable.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2012

    Laugh out loud fun!

    Bought this book on a recommendation and I'm so glad did! The story was a little out there, but the characters are so likable and funny it doesn't matter. There were lots of laugh out loud moments and, of course, plenty of steamy moments, too. This is slightly screwball, but mostly just plain old fun. If you're looking for a fast and fun read, this is it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 10, 2011

    LOL Romance

    Fenske is such a great humor author and she blends her insanely funny wit with great storytelling and rich characters. Tawna has a voice that will hook you five lines in and not let you go. I cannot praise her book enough.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 7, 2012

    I can count on one hand how many books have made me laugh until

    I can count on one hand how many books have made me laugh until I cry/snort/make seriously embarrassing noises.

    This book tops them all. Hilarious doesn't begin to cover it. I'm still giggling over the whole thing. So much LOVE!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2013

    Georgia

    Sat in the liveing room

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2013

    Very coo R Very corny

    Bad

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2013

    Mbl

    Great book loved it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2013

    Fantastic read...

    Had me laughing out loud & tearing up....this is absolutely a new favorite.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2012

    Enjoyed it

    I don't usually write reviews but this book surprised me, it was really good! In a sea of romance books that are all the same and mediocore at best, I found this book to be a stand out. The only thing that I would change is the pirate who was into poetry and books. I'll admit to skimming over those parts. I recommend this book and look forward to more from this author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2012

    Funny, light romantic caper

    Making Waves is a fun little caper involving Juli, the conventional woman trying to find herself, who's thrown on a boat with disenfranchised corporate worker bees turned pirates. Yup, pirates! Alex and three of his coworkers decide to take control of their future after a lay-off which drained their pensions after years of service to a company who couldn't care less. They charter a boat and plan to exploit their employer, a shipping merchant, by stealing valuable material in a heist to make up for their lost wages. Juli ends up on their boat after mistakenly boarding what she thought was a day tour while heavily doped up on seasickness medicine. Juli is thrilled to play the part of castaway, she sees it all as an adventure, while the crew thinks she must be some sort of spy.

    Juli and Alex meet prior to the pirate mission at the resort that both are (supposedly) vacationing. Juli was asked to spread the ashes of her late uncle in the ocean, but the story hints that Juli is hiding something. Alex is distracted from the heist because of sexual tension with Juli. The two spend a lot of time almost getting together, but there are definitely some steamy scenes - FYI!

    The characters frequently crack jokes, and the playful tone detracts from some of the implausibility of the plot. Although maybe it's not a stretch in this economy to believe scorned employees would commit seaside crime in an act of revenge.

    I've followed Tawna Fenske's blog (Don't Pet Me, I'm Writing) for awhile -- she's hilarious so I recommend checking it out.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 4, 2012

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    This debut book by Fenske was amazing! The characters are larger

    This debut book by Fenske was amazing! The characters are larger than life and the book was laugh out loud funny. A heartwarming all round feel good type of romance!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2012

    Awesome

    Loved juli and the "pirate" friends... best book ive read in a while. Funny lol

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  • Posted January 14, 2012

    Laugh-out Loud Funny

    I read MAKING WAVES while flying cross-country and irritated the people around me with constant bursts of laughter. And the tension between the two characters is hot. Fenske isn't afraid to insert humor into even the most high-octane love scenes. A marvelously fun read.

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  • Posted December 27, 2011

    LOVED!!!!!!!!!!!!

    In Making Waves we meet Juli Flynn. She has been asked by her late uncle to spread his ashes out at sea. Only problem is that Juli¿s hates the ocean. But being the ever good niece, Juli¿s sets out on the adventure to fulfill her uncle¿s wishes.
    Alex finds himself staring at his pink slip not knowing what just happened. While drinking and brain storming with his fellow fired co-workers they devise a plan to get back at their former employer. One thing Alex never planned on was the beautiful stow away sleeping in his bed.
    Juli¿s & Alex find them self on the adventure of a lifetime in Making Waves. But will these two survive the adventure or will one of them have to walk the plank?

    OMG!!! Let me tell you first I had the great pleasure of meeting Tawna over this past summer. She is so much fun and her book Making Waves was just as much fun. I am so glad that I meet her and pick up this book.

    I could not put this book down and was laughing the whole time. Let me also tell you that Jell-O salad and cheese doodles will NEVER be the same after you read this book!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2011

    Nice read

    Funny and enjoyable

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  • Posted September 11, 2011

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    Funny, smart debut novel!

    This debut novel is a hoot! Funny. Smart. Wonderful characters you can fall in love with. High seas hijinks, with some diamonds thrown in for good measure. I'm a fan for life.

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  • Posted August 22, 2011

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    Unique and Brilliant Debut!

    Tawna Fenske's Making Waves is a hilarious wild ride with dashes of sweet romance.

    Juli travels to St. John to honor her Uncle Frank's wishes for his cremated ashes to be tossed into the sea. Alex and his band of unlikely pirates arrive in St. John and plan to seize illegal diamonds from their former boss. When Juli accidentally stows away on Alex's ship, she has twenty-four hours to prove she belongs with Alex's ragtag crew and can help with the heist, if she can overcome her seasickness and use her attraction to Alex to further her cause.

    Making Waves excels in adventure, humor, and sexy romance. Fenske's characters are quirky and unique; each one is unforgettable. They are probably the worst band of pirates, but hilarity ensues, creating unexpected plot twists that keep a reader guessing. Alex and Juli's chemistry deserves an A plus. The sweet secondary romance between Jake and Phyllis is perfectly awkward and a wonderful addition to the book. Fenske has brilliant wit with dialogue, filled with fun innuendo. This novel is definitely a must-read romantic comedy.

    Dysfunctional pirates, humor, and romance abound in Making Waves by Tawna Fenske. I can't want to read more from this comedic debut author!

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  • Posted August 18, 2011

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    Pure and Total Fun!

    I've been anticipating this book ever since I read the excerpt on the author's website. Add to that many well-written, hilarious blog posts and I was REALLY anticipating this book. Then it released early to every freaking book store and walmart in the country, except mine. For almost two weeks I had to listen to every one rave and rave and rave, and I thought I was going to turn permanently green if I didn't get my hands on a copy of Making Waves. Well, I GOT IT. In more ways than one.

    I read for a lot of reasons: to connect, to enjoy, to be entertained, to escape, to laugh. More than anything I do it to have fun. There is nothing in this world better than to simply have fun. Pure, unadulterated fun. Making Waves is FUN. When I closed this book . er, swiped the last page in my e-reader, I wasn't just happy, satisfied, and excited that I got my money's worth, I had fun. And the author gave me the experience with characters that are different, interesting pieces that when put together create a strong friendship and a kick-ass team. There's even a life lesson that whispers throughout the book .

    As well as being dynamic and determined, Juli is my freaking hero! She found somewhere that she could fit. People she could connect with. They didn't have a spot for her, so she made one. Making Waves does not preach anything, like I said, it's a fun read. However, there is a very light, almost invisible message threaded through the pages: Whether it be from unpopularity, being weird, awkward, or walking around with a foot growing out of your head, you will find your fit. And when you see it, you have to go for it! You gotta make your own way, your own spot. I love this, because it is so true.

    But, and I think this is the best "but" of all, of everything that is so great about this book, the best thing is that it is truly unique. I read a lot of romance. I read 100+ books a year. Paranormal, suspense, historical, contemporary, and I even dip into some mystery and ya from time to time. I'm not saying it's never been done before. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but I can honestly say I've never read anything like Making Waves. That is refreshing.

    This book goes on the Favorite Shelf.

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  • Posted August 9, 2011

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    Funny!

    This book made me giggle, a lot, and I enjoyed it immensely. Cute, hilarious, silly, and wild.

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  • Posted July 27, 2011

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    This is an amusing zany romance with some suspense

    After two months short of twenty years of dedicated work at Kranston Shipping Enterprises, Alex Bradshaw is stunned when his boss Tom Portelli fires him. However, the former executive at the largest shipping firm in the world is upset because he and others were left with nothing. He refuses to sit idly by especially when his former employer has arranged an illegal diamond shipment in the Caribbean. Alex and other downsized suits decide to intercept the cargo.

    Juli Flynn meets Alex in a bar the night before she is heading to the Virgin Islands' St. John to spread the ashes of her late uncle. She boards the wrong ship. When she awakens from a nap she finds herself as the only non former suit on the vessel. Alex does not trust the stowaway while Juli insists on joining their high seas adventure, a big secret and an attraction to the "captain".

    This is an amusing zany romance with some suspense. The jocular tale is fun as Juli keeps coming up with one stunner after another; a few she is ignorant about as her late uncle puled a few tricks from the urn. With a quirky support cast, Making Waves is a lighthearted frolic that will remind readers of the madcap Cary Grant-Katherine Hepburn 1930s comedies.

    Harriet Klausner

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