In HOT KNIGHT IN PARADISE Leah Smith needs a do over. She
has no money, no passport, and no I.D. and no way to get
back home. Marshall Jackson has just saved her from getting
robbed or worse by her chauffeur and has agreed to let Leah
work in his bar to earn the money that she lost to be able
to get home.
HOT KNIGHT IN PARADISE is the story of two people running
from the tragedies in their lives. Leah was vacationing on
St. Lucia and Marshall was living there. Leah is reluctantly
in need of Marshall's assistance and that's when things
start to get interesting.
I enjoyed this read, it was interesting at times but also a
little bit boring at times. I didn't feel any excitement
during the story. When things were happening between
the characters I didn't feel the chemistry or a spark. I
the character of Marshall though he was intriguing and very
deep. Both characters were running from tragedies and
basically their lives, but little did they know that running
basically brought them into each other's lives.
HOT KNIGHT IN PARADISE
is very well written and the characters are very easy to
relate too but I would have loved to see more excitement in
the writing. This book is very enjoyable and I would
recommend to anyone who likes light reads.
Stranded in paradise with no way to get home, Leah Smith
needs a miracle, and fast. Instead, she gets Marshall
Jackson, surely the sexiest man alive. Too bad he's got an
emotional wall around himself--and her only hope of getting
off the island ...
Marshall has a strict no damsels in distress policy, but
there's something about Leah that makes him want to break
his own rules. He agrees to let her work in his bar until
she earns enough to get home. But the more time they spend
together, the harder it is to deny the scorching attraction
between them. Soon hot island nights provide balm to their
wounded souls, but will these two flawed exiles make peace
with the past in time to claim the future they deserve
together--or will paradise be lost?