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Hurricane of the Heart Paperback – July 24, 2015
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"This is a romance with a difference...a sizzling love story set partly on a Caribbean island, partly in the US. While you get your HEA, getting there is a rough and realistic ride for the couple and a vastly entertaining one for the reader." Liane Spicer, Romance Author
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There is no letup in the sexual tension between the couple, and the humor they share is one of the things I enjoyed immensely. I also found the island setting tremendously appealing for two reasons. The first is that this is not the usual touristic depiction of a Caribbean that's all about sun and surf, but a realistic one that shows the place as diverse and complex--and utterly beautiful, whether from the perspective of the community spirit that prevails, or from that of the natural wonders of the island, such as the hot and cold waterfall. I've always wanted to visit Dominica, and moreso now that I've read this novel. The other reason I found this book so appealing is that one of the main characters--and this must be a first in the history of romance novels--belongs to the small community of First Peoples of the Caribbean, the Kalinago (aka Carib) people on the island of Dominica. It was wonderful to get a glimpse of the Kalinago at home on their land as well as in the form of the heroine who has managed to grow beyond her traditional roles among her people and make her way in the wider world, yet retain the core values of her ancient heritage. The secondary characters are also very well-drawn and appealing, especially the wise, wonderful and very stubborn grandmother.
Altogether an enjoyable, sexy and memorable read. Highly recommended!
Then they had a huge change of scenery and I wouldn't have complained if the book ended at that moment and went into a book two.
Nevertheless we followed the characters into another phase and meet new characters who were also so familiar. I wondered if the writer was writing about her experiences. The character development was excellent and made the difference in the rating. As expected they were challenged, they were torn and then they found their way back.
This book is a sweet romance that will make you say awwww at the end.
Not reading many romance novels with a Caribbean setting, I was thrilled to have her and others on a panel of Caribbean authors in the MD/DC/VA area and enjoyed going back to the romance genre with a Caribbean twist.
I loved reading about Kyle and Alia. The setting on the island of Dominica and Jewel's ability to capture the nature island really made reading the book a refreshing experience. Knowing someone from Dominica and also reading about the island and the Kaliango people also made this novel a pleasure to read.
Now, I won't give away the story by telling you what happened, just know that the surprises are well "placed." I can't wait to read your next novel.