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"One of the most perfect romances I’ve ever read."
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"KA Mitchell writes very compelling characters that have realistic baggage and issues that must be overcome."
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Book Description

Dream job lost, trauma surgeon Jae Sun Kim takes a scuba vacation, but he didn’t plan on seasickness or a dive master who is sex-on-the-beach personified.

Shane has drifted from academia to a job as a divemaster in Belize. He has plans as soon as he figures a way to keep that hot, arrogant doctor from tossing his cookies over the side of the boat.

The close quarters on the ship generate more heat than expected expects, but a vacation fling is they want until an unexpected adventure leaves them too changed to go back to their old lives.

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  • File Size: 724 KB
  • Print Length: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (February 6, 2010)
  • Publication Date: March 9, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0037BS2J0
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #400,816 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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At a very early age, K.A. Mitchell decided that Ken and G.I. Joe made a much cuter couple than Ken and Barbie and was perplexed when invitations to play Barbie fell off sharply. Today she still loves hanging out with imaginary friends and making up stories. Even better, people pay her to read about them. Now the author of over twenty gay romances, she guarantees happy endings for even the surliest of heroes, despite all their baggage.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By amf0001 VINE VOICE on May 21, 2010
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I ordered the sample chapter and found the men a bit too sniping and snarky to each other and later realized that I had accidentally bought the book. I decided what the hell, may as well read it, as it's all of $4. Jae Sun Kim is taking some time off his one track life/career and giving himself a week of scuba diving in Belize. Shane McCormack is the sexy Texan dive master. Mysteriously the two have to share a cabin and unsurprisingly, things get more involved from there... I initially found Jae Sun Kim and Shane McCormack too snippy and power playing, and they never really got into a groove that worked for me. The sex was good, great for them, pleasant enough to read, but the relationship dynamics never really convinced me. I found that Shane took all the risks and Jae Sun took all the power and Jae Sun definitely did not share nicely.

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Giving Shane one type of background and then making him so academically qualified didn't really fit either, and that whole part didn't convince me.

So I wasn't displeased to read it, and the words all flowed in the right order and I didn't skip any of it, and I finished it in one day. The medical lingo felt accurate and was presented confidently. But I had fundamental problems with both characters: Shane had huge inconsistencies and Kim was so controlling that I never warmed to him. So I never really bought into either of them.

That said, I did like it, I just don't know if it's going into my keeper pile (though does that term even apply anymore, to electronic books?) Okay, I don't know if it's going into my reread pile.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ro on April 12, 2010
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No Souvenirs Jae Sun Kim arrives late for his scuba vacation's refresher class in Belize. Trauma surgeon, Kim has just lost the partnership career he sought. However, rescheduled accommodations and seasickness has Kim thinking this impulsive escape to diagram a new future is a terrible idea until he discovers that his roommate is the sexy dive master Shane McCormack. The close quarters on the ship and the mutual attraction, is the perfect setting for a vacation fling.

No Souvenirs is the story of Jae Sun Kim whom we first met in Collision Course. What started out as a vacation fling for Kim and Shane evolves into a romance after an unforeseen dramatic experience leaves them emotionally altered. When Kim returns home to Jacksonville, Florida, Shane follows him to explore the possibility of a relationship. The characters are well developed. Both men have a high degree of intelligence. Kim employs logic as well as arrogance when dealing with people, being inexperienced with relationships. His lack of skill in expressing his emotions is a source of annoyance for Shane. Easily bored and hiding behind a dumb cowboy personality, Shane avoids situations that will require dedication from him until he realizes that a life with Kim is what he wants. The secondary characters add another layer of interest to the overall plot. Interaction between Kim and Shane is sarcastic, humorous and incredibly erotic. The amazing K. A. Mitchell has produced another exciting saga that I thoroughly enjoyed.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Nix on July 11, 2010
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After losing the fellowship he badly wanted, trauma surgeon Jae Sun Kim goes completely out of character and makes plans for an impromptu dive trip. When he meets the dive instructor, sexy redhead Shane McCormack, he dubs the annoying man "Scuba Cowboy" in his head and is certain they won't get along. Things get worse when he discovers he's sharing an onboard cabin with the man! Fortunately, Kim soon learns that while Shane can be annoying at times, he has a lot of other good points that make up for that--at least in bed.

Shane's the kind of guy that tends to flit from place to place. His career as a marine archaeologist keeps him traveling, and when he's not on a site he does dive instructing. He's never been very good at the whole boyfriend thing, and at first he sees Kim as just a fling. Then they go through a terrible experience together, and suddenly Shane's not so sure all he wants is a fling. Can two men who've never been good at relationships find a way to make things work?

KA Mitchell has become an auto-buy for me, and No Souvenirs is a prime example of why. Both Kim and Shane are flawed men, but Mitchell managed to make them both not only likeable, but characters I really identified with and felt for. Kim is a prickly man, difficult to get to know or to get along with. He's got a don't-ask-don't-tell understanding with his family regarding his sexuality, and work is the biggest part of his life. When he doesn't get the anticipated fellowship, he's bitter. Shane's an easygoing guy who hides his intelligence behind a good ol' boy attitude. He doesn't have much experience with commitment, either job-wise or in a relationship. Kim and Shane go forward in fits and starts, sort of sliding into a relationship before either of them realizes what's going on.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J.R. on July 11, 2013
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Well I seem to have a knack for reading K.A. Mitchell out of sequence. This is book number 3 in the Florida series. This one had to grow on me, when it did, it took flight. When I finished it, I was in love with both characters.
Jay is a Korean trauma surgeon looking to move across the country to evade his parents and their attitude towards his being gay. Shane is a scuba instructor for a company that specializes in dives. When these to first meet, it's oil and water, but when their encounters become sexual, oil catches fire and water can't put it out. When the two are stranded during a dive, they begin to see their relationship as growing deeper. Shane is attacked by Portuguese man-o-war, nearly dying before Jay knows he can't live without him.
Jay is a surrounded by walls he has constructed to keep his soul safe. Shane can't stay in one place for long or as he states not good at the relationship thing. It's is so rewarding to see them fight, love, and live with each other. It's a win win situation for the reader. Some big twists come toward the end, that was more for characters than the reader.
I give this a wet suit full of stars.
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