Devon Vaughn Archer -
Pleasure In Hawaii -
Available May 24, 2011 -
4 out of 5 books -
Sloane Hepburn has landed her dream job as director of guest relations at one of her companies' resorts in Maui. Sloane is focused on moving her career in the right direction. She has it in her mind that a serious relationship could jeopardize all that she has worked to accomplish. Somebody forgot to tell that to her heart as she was literally swept away by B & B owner Gene Malloy. Gene has been divorced for over 2 years now, but he is in no hurry to go down that road again. So when Gene saves Sloane from being swept away by a sneaker wave, he has no idea that she would have him feeling like maybe he could take the plunge again. Sloane and Gene are both determined to let there relationship progress naturally. Neither wants to assume anything. Will their blossoming romance survive their tropical paradise, or will it wither and die?
Pleasure in Hawaii is a good read by Devon Vaughn Archer. Pleasure in Hawaii is truly a romantic story from beginning to end. It is a classic story of boy meets girl, boy likes girl, and they live happily ever after. It was refreshing to read a romance that didn't have a lot of drama or some major problem that caused a wedge between the main characters. Devon Vaughn Archer does a good job of developing the characters. Having the story set in Hawaii adds to the whole mystic of falling in love in paradise.
Reviewed by Tenecia for Urban Reviews
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