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Dec 27, Lloyd Russell rated it really liked it. Linda appeared at Village House of Books this past July. Finally, earlier this week, I picked it up. I don't know what took me so long. I really liked it a lot. In the meantime, I'm sure you want to know what Ten Steps is about, right? Charlie is also an amateur, but very skilled, photographer. She has been all over the world on photography adventures.
But she hasn't been to Havana and desperately wants to go. So she tells Doug that she's going to do that, even though it means she will only be spending a couple of days with him on a planned vacation in Hawaii. She starts in Cancun, where she meets Enrique Ruiz, a very suave, very sophisticated, and very handsome Mexican man, by chance. Or is it? What follows looks like your typical vacation romance. But, trust me, it's not. And it's also very interesting that there are sub-plots surrounding getting into and out of Havana.
The book takes place in the early '90's. Obviously, in light of the very recent developments between the United States and Cuba, it's going to be a lot easier getting in and out in the future. I read this at the same time that I have been watching Showtime's The Affair.
There are some parallels. What's particularly funny about it is that you really kind of root for Charlie and Enrique to get together, even though she has a boyfriend.