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- Print Length: 225 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0620732040
- Publication Date: October 13, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M6WU701
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #739,901 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rafi is a great character - she is strong, capable, efficient, intelligent, and feminine. It's so nice to see a female character who can handle just about any situation with class and grace, who doesn't fall apart at the first sign of adversity. Her one weakness is that she clings to a childhood insecurity. Raised in an orphanage, Rafi despises change. In her experiences, change has never been a good thing, and she clings stubbornly to that opinion. The last thing she needs is a handsome, seductive guest trying to literally charm her pants off.
Max is confident, sexy, and just a tiny bit sexist due to previous bad experiences with women. He is surprised to see how well Rafi conducts herself under pressure. He feels she is rather young to be able to take care of situations with such aplomb. But the more he watches her, the more impressed he is. The tension between them is palpable, and Max would love to explore what might be between them. But, due to previous betrayals, he doesn't do love or relationships. And Rafi has made it clear - she doesn't do quick and easy. And certainly not with a guest. She resists him at every turn.
I really liked this story. It could have been a series of resort-themed tired scenes, but instead it feels very fresh. Adding to that is the attention to detail on life in the Maldives, which was fascinating and rich with color. The pace of the story is just right. I liked how the author took her time with Rafi's and Max's relationship. A natural friendship was building, along with their growing attraction to one another. The twists and turns are more subtle than other books and feel organic. Sometimes, during the wrap-up at the end which all romance novels have, you get the sense that the author was simply putting the required HEA ribbon on it. Here you could still feel the connection between the characters and the end result is heartfelt, not cliche.
Overall, I really liked this book and heartily recommend it to you. Ms. Watson is a new author for me, but I will definitely be checking out her other books.
This is such a great love story. It started out smooth and just kept going. I couldn’t put it down.
Milan Watson is such a gifted writer and I loved reading about Max and Rafi. It was her first romance, first lover and the first time that both fell in love.
Sexual chemistry abounds in just one night. It would be great if we saw a sequel to this lovely story.
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I loved the way it ended with Max coming out into the open who he really was.