Monday, 30 September 2013

Review: Heating up Hawaii - Carmen Falcone

Reviewer: Brittany
Rating: 4 out of 5 Fairies
This book was short. Even with the amount of pages, there wasn't a single thing rushed or cheesy. There was lots of love, an abundance of romance, and even some sorrow. The characters were easily likable and could even be related to. Their lives have been portrayed as very relatable for the average Joe and Jane's of the world.

Now about the storyline. So sweet and yet sad at times.
When pure chance brought the couple back together, Penny is in awe and Luc is hateful. Poor Penny has to put a smile on her face and woo Luc courtesy of her boss. She must get him to give her a PR contract for his new hotel or lose her job. Neither choice is ideal for her but she does amazingly at it.

Things quickly heat up between them once in Hawaii. The remainder of the book is all about doing the re-launch party for the hotel and LOTS AND LOTS of steamy scenes between Luc and Penny.

I would rate this book a 4-star read. It was short but relatable. And had just the right amount of steamy scenes to keep me wanting more. Good short read for a nice Saturday in or outside.

There is just one person standing between Penny Ashbrook’s dream of opening her own PR business or being stuck at her job–the formidable Luc Leoni–her first lover, and the man who lets nothing and no-one get in his way. Seeing him after so long brings all the hidden emotions after a life altering break-up to surface. Pain, denial and…lust.

Luc has made many sacrifices for his career, including Penny Ashbrook, the woman who set his aspirations back a year, but now she has returned and is more alluring than ever. After all these years, he thought a self-made billionaire as himself could master everything, but to resist the strong pull toward the one woman he can't have is an impossible task.

When this unlikely pair is reunited they will have to face the many challenges set in their way, especially an attraction that has only heightened with time and a deadline quickly approaching. Can their new bond surpass old—and new—fears?

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