Friday, February 22, 2019

REVIEW for Wanted in Paradise by Kate Ashenden

Kindle Edition, 248 pages
Published 2019 (first published November 25th 2018)

Romantic suspense

Book Blurb

Wanted in Paradise, a hot romantic suspense novel filled with the...
...drama of forbidden love
...tension of a love triangle
...glamour of wealthy men
...type of action and adventure that holds your interest!
Set in the beauty of the Maldives...

The perfect location and Romeo Moretti, the famous, talented, and charismatic man that Jasmine has always loved.
Paradise is the place to be passionate and free. 
Paradise is the answer to their problems. 
However, can all obstacles, no matter what, be overcome by the power of true love? 
Will those that love power stand in the way? 
Will Jasmine’s internal and external conflict make her fight for true love impossible? 
It’s time to find out if love conquers all.

My Thoughts…

This is a debut book from Kate Ashenden.    I love picking up a debut book, it means there is nothing to tell me what to expect.  Will I love it?  I always have hopes that I will enjoy it.    Kate’s book, Wanted in Paradise, is a great first book.   I enjoyed the beautiful beach setting, the charismatic characters, and the fun storyline.  

I’d have liked more information about the concert and the reasoning behind it since it was the reason for Jasmine and Romeo to be in the Maldive Islands.    There were a few side storylines that didn’t seem to add much to the story and I wonder if there should have been more about them or if I just missed their importance. 

Romeo and Jasmine’s relationship was interesting and intense.   They either hated each other or loved each other.   It changed with each interaction.    It kept me on my toes and wondering if they could ever just be or if it would always be so quick to change.    

For a debut novel, this was a fun and easy read.   I will be looking for more from Kate Ashenden.

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**Thank you to the author for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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