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- File Size: 2131 KB
- Print Length: 275 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1508619883
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00UTPQB8G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #804,262 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Trouble With Eden (Paradise Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Bliss and Stevens eyes met over a pool of water and the connection was instant, their chemistry was hot hot hot and their story was perfect, too perfect for this to be a book so you know something is going to rock the boat, throw in a jealous ex lover and an explosive set and you have the drama.
The angst was just enough to get my heart racing but not too much that I am running to put my kindle in the freezer.
All in all a nice comfortable read and I will definitely be signing up for an arc for book 2.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Bliss knows what she wants and how to get it. She is a strong heroine and even better, she knows it. Steven is an alpha that knows what he wants and knows how to treat a woman in and out of the bedroom.
The scenes of this book are so well thought out, that it could also be called "take me away" because you get taken to beautiful beaches, explosive movie sets, floral havens. This is a book you'll want to read in a hot bubble bath.
It is sexy, steamy, romantic, and will keep you engrossed till the last page
Bliss is beautiful, both inside and out and Steven can see that. He is both sensitive and manly and Bliss is attracted to his strength. Their connection is explosive and they both know exactly what they want. They are confident and use that confidence to make their relationship work.
But like every love story, not everything is perfect and although Bliss and Steven care deeply about each other, a snake in the form of Caprice is out to disturb their paradise. Will they believe in the strength of their feelings or will Caprice succeed in coming between them?
I love Bliss and Steven and the fact that they’re older, in their 30-40s. There isn’t much drama between them because they know how to handle it. There is plenty of sexiness, yet the sweet moments are also present.
I also like the secondary characters. Nicki, Jack, Albie, and Finn are funny as all get out and bring a level of hilarity and lightness to the story. Each character adds their touch to make it more interesting and when you add Steven’s dad and his wife, Melanie, to the mix, then you’re in for a hella good time ;-) All these characters and their interactions add so much richness to an already wonderful plot.
In her debut novel, Leslie Pike has given us characters that are full of depth. The plot is interesting and the book so well written. I can’t wait to see what more she has in store for us.
“Ironic, that the pleasure of life can trick us into affection, and then need. Sun, food, sex, everything we enjoy we can enjoy too much.”
“I’m a closet singer. I’m pretty much unmatched in the shower.”
“The sky is rouged with pinks and scarlet shades. It’s as if this moment in time was staged for maximum effect. As if we’re in a painting…”
“I see the same smile of his face as I have on mine. It’s as if we discovered the Fountain of Youth, the buried treasure of Sierra Madre and the location of Shangri La.”
“I’ve come to believe people are placed in our lives for a reason. Each a teacher or a student. You either have something to learn from them, or they from you. Many times I find it’s both.”
“No matter how old we are, women love to talk about their boyfriends. It’s hysterical really. If you didn’t know we were in our thirties, you’d swear we were sixteen.”
“He just looks in my eyes. I let the moment be still. Something tells me to let this moment be about more than words. And when it’s about words, to let him speak uninterrupted.”
I am shocked and stunned to see that this was a debut novel for this author, as it was so crisp, well-written, and expertly turned out. I adored everything about it. I cherished the main characters, enjoyed the story, and was totally entertained and absorbed by the plot from beginning to end. The story was relevant, insightful, observant, believable, humorous, smartly written, and totally enjoyable. I cannot wait to start book 2.