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Charlie is a Kardashian-type young woman, famous for no reason other than having a famous father, and Tyler is a former marine. What starts out as a reality show turns into a real fight to survive. Charlie is pretty useless, but to be fair, I would be equally useless in that situation. She and Tyler have several arguments, usually about what Charlie is doing wrong. But I liked the survival stuff, reading about them exploring, finding water, making shelter...
The romance was fast (they're only on the island a few days) and pretty much just sex. And that's where it lost me. Neither Charlie or Tyler has soap, shampoo, or deodorant, so there was a big ick factor for me. Plus, the sand! Ugh. They go from talking about how weak they are from dehydration/starvation to having sex standing up so...come on. Then there's a really weird sex scene where Tyler gets mad a Charlie and "You need to be taught a lesson". So he spanks her. Like she's a child he needs to punish? Nope. I didn't find it sexy, and it was hard to like Tyler after that.
The ending comes kind of abruptly, but I liked that Charlie showed quite a bit of growth after her ordeal.
I like a good stranded on a deserted island story, so this seemed right up my alley. The chemistry between the characters was steamy & full of passion, I found the characters well-developed and the plot very believable, two things you don't see a lot in romance to often. The characters are developed from the start of the story. This is not your usual 'boy meets girl, they fall in love, they live happily ever after story. They don't get along that well to start off with, and the arguments continue throughout the story. Of course there are romance "moments", but it's balanced with disagreements between the two. You can easily picture the scenery in your mind as you read. Great Book
Charlie Charleston has never had to work a day in her life. The most she's worked is making sure her looks are on point and she's seen at the hottest spots with the right people. After her father's conviction of embezzlement, Charlie's agent has convinced her to do Celebrity Survivor. But when the plane crashes and she's stranded on a island with only ex-marine Tyler Janson her priorities and views on life are shifted. Now it's all about surviving the elements, finding food, and getting rescued.
One thing I really liked about this book was how Charlie's outlook on life changed completely. When she arrived on the island she was all about what people thought about her. She went from only caring about herself to seeing that she needed to pull her weight to ensure both her and Tyler survived.