The Blue Paradise
Publish date: June 20th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 117
Edition language: English
Opening Line: “Devin Carter had five days off thanks to a torn knee ligament, and he needed to get away from everyone and everything he knew, so he threw some clothes and a couple books in a bag, loaded the dog in the car, and drove down the gulf coast of Florida to Naples, where he picked up the Ta...
Off to the DNF shelf with this book. The whole story was totally unbalanced, unbelievable and over the top. It started rather nice and compelling with both MCs meeting and realizing a connection. Then Devin had to leave and still they decided to keep in contact and to pursue the relationship. Then t...
I did have trouble getting into the book at the beginning but it started to pick up the pace about a third of the way through. I did enjoy it after that and the ending was quite chilling (if slightly predictable).I've read other reviews and the 'non sequitor' thing that was noted struck me as more o...
2.67 - See Ami's review. It is good;)
The story starts pretty laid back -- as Devin impulsively goes for a vacation after a knee injury and quickly acts on his attraction to Jim, the grandson of the cottage owner that he stays in. Devin has four days of vacation and most of it, he spends it with Jim. It's insta connection, though I can'...
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