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Wet: Part 1 (Volume 1) Paperback – April 27, 2015
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Her relationship with the other island occupants was very sketchy, the girls were instantly threatened by her, the boys all wanted her.
Her first meeting with Paul who happens to be the owner of the Diving school did not go as smoothly as they both wished for, but she soon got on with things.
I really felt for Rhees, she was trying to accept her new normal. Life all alone, and even through she did not succumb to Paul's charms she did surprise just about everybody else.
Paul 'wanted' Rhees and did not stop his promiscuous lifestyle, but he certainly changed throughout their story.
The girls on the Island all had the hots for Paul, which was why they didn't like Rhees. He tried to punish her by giving her the horrible jobs around the school, but she was such a sweet girl, and just got on with it.
He endlessly pursued her, but she wasn't having anything to do with his pursuing. Even if she did secretly enjoy the attention she got from him.
When they became friends, Paul began to change his philandering ways, not that many people noticed, including his long time best friend Taylor.
I liked their closeness, they developed their friendship without all the drama of sex. It made them actually get to know each other.
Their friends around the island still disapprovingly of Rhees did finally began to warm to her, she dealt with some crap situations which developed her friendship with Tracey and Regina.
I hope they can make it; develop their friendship maybe take it to another level.
Paul became very protective of her, and I hope they can see a future together, although the cliff hanger doesn't hint much of a HEA.
Not your typical boy meets girl and live Happy Ever After, it appears they overcame some huge obstacles, but I think they have more to navigate if they are to work it out.
Its quite an addictive story, you are dragged into the book fairly quickly and don't want to not know what happens next.
Headed straight into book 2.
Rhees finds herself all alone in the big world. Not one to usually fit in, not even in her childhood home town, and sheltered her whole life, Rhees figures it's time to grow up and that if she can face her biggest fear then there's nothing she can't do. Which is how she finds herself face to face with the big bad ocean.
Paul, womanizer, sexy as hell, could give a crap about anyone or anything except his dive shop and scuba operation, has met his match. And apparently, the one woman on the entire island he can't have.
The two find themselves in a tailspin shortly after meeting. Add together a little misunderstanding with a wounded pride, and you're left with a big messy situation on one little island. Regardless of how much they're attracted to each other, neither is ready or willing to give the other what they want for very different reasons.
Rhees does have a lot of growing up to do. And Paul can be a prick, and has some growing up to do of his own, but I'm still rooting for these characters. This book is part of a series and I am eagerly awaiting part two! Great job to the author, S. Jackson Rivera!
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