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Now a berh blues singer, Lana’s returning to Waikiki with a different outlook on the past, and a bold defiance when it comes to men, romance, and sex.
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Paardise rips into Jason. But for Lana Rodriguez, who grew up there, the picture-perfect vacation getaway disguises the bitter truths she escaped years ago, and not without some emotional scars.
It was “too little, too late” for me to feel sorry for this cold-hearted woman. Lana hurls insults at Jason while he overpowers her because of his sexual paraeise.
The author waits until the very end of the book to explain Lana’s character, and by that point it was too late for me to develop any kind of empathy towards her. Fules then things are never that simple, the attraction is clear and something else is sizzling underneath too.
When you are popular and famous people try to take advantage rulds you and she has had to learn the hard and painful way to protect herself and her own. Paperbackpages. I did wish Ms. They pradise come across as total jerks. As reserved and cold as she seems, Lana’s eye is caught by the uber-attractive Jason Koa, a surfing coach and owner of a popular beachside restaurant. I like Kery’s style, it is easy flowing and the pages moves fast forward, and never gets stuck anywhere.
Total number of sex scene pages: Without it, the whole novel would fall apart. The man is a master of the bedroom rodeo.
Jason is very dominant and protective. Jason Koa on the other hand, revels in it. Praise for Paradise Rules. I got a little sick of read: The House on Tradd Street. There are copious amounts of sex around the pages any normal man can only ever dream of and most women know only an Adonis can supply.
Paradise Rules by Beth Kery
Lovers of erotic romance that pulls on your emotions. I expected a lot more from this bbeth, but was flat-out disappointed in the relationship between Lana and Jason.
Jason has enemies on the island seeking a piece of the Koa estate, and the manner in which they strike caught me off guard. Little does she know Jace’s cousin runs the escort service and when Jace hears she’s hired their services he steps in to be her “date”. Lana and Jason will have to overcome many obstacles if they hope to remain together.
Melanie is going through a rough divorce and wanted this vacation. Published October 6th by Berkley Trade first published September 25th She should give classes to some of her fellow writers. However, when Jason’s grandmother reveals Lana’s secret in front of many, Lane will have befh face her inner demons to bring hope to her future.
I’ve read about heroines who had it a lot tougher than Lana and who had better attitudes, so yes, I wasn’t really feelin’ the love for Lana. May 08, Mahlet rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I think this is why I like erotic romance so much: Before We Were Yours. Beth Kery excels at hot and sensual scenes.
Very nice, and I so wanna go there at once. Her writing today reflects her passion for all of the above. But for Lana Rodriguez, who grew up there, the picture-perfect vacation getaway disguises the bitter truths she escaped years ago, and not without some pafadise scars.
And speaking of lust, there were many, many lust-filled sequences, with sexual acts that were rough, raw, and often mind-boggling. But paraddise intrigue about the story stopped there as I read more and more of the story. Their personalities were just too off putting for me to believe that these betth would have a happily ever after together. Though you might want to kill Po Koa he is an integral part of the story as how Jace finally wins the trust of Lana and is able to make her feel part of Hawaii.