Tropical Haze

Bandicoot Cove

These three short stories have been released before but it was nice to reread them. They all take place at the same time in the same place and are loosely connected to a previous story. Yet, each stands alone and does not need to be read in order. Each couple in these stories has some growing up to do and some compromises to make. Things aren’t wonderful immediately and a happy for now is the result for a couple. The characters are terrific though and interesting. Even the secondary characters have you wanting to know more and leave you hoping that they will have their own book in the future. An isolated resort on an exotic island makes the perfect setting for these stories making you wish there really was such a place. I truly enjoyed these stories the first time I read them and found them to be just as enjoyable the second. These are definitely a fun read and a great way to be introduced to three excellent writers. However, don’t be surprised if you start looking for more of their books because they are addicting!

Bianca is almost divorced. She’s determined to have a good time at her brother’s wedding though and when she bumps into a gorgeous guy, she decides to get to know him at bit better. As much as she’d like to forget her problems and heart ache, they come back to haunt her in Afternoon Rhapsody by Jess Dee.

Kennedy is scared of butterflies to the point she runs out of her suite naked and into the arms of two men. Luke can’t believe it’s Kennedy, a woman he fell in love with a few months prior in New York. Unfortunately, Kennedy can’t decide between him and his cousin, Addison. Actually, she’d like them both. Can he do this? Find out in Sunset Heat by Lexxie Couper.

Mitch is the oldest of 6 siblings and has always been responsible and serious. This drove away Hayley after she made a play for him. Now, Hayley has returned to attend Mitch’s sister’s wedding and he finds he is still drawn to her. But, Hayley has brought a plus one to the wedding. Will that matter or is Mitch too late? Moonlight Mirage by Sammi Lee will have your answer.

Book Blurb for Tropical Haze

Steamy days, sultry nights, sinful fantasies. Welcome to Bandicoot Cove.

Afternoon Rhapsody by Jess Dee

One signature away from finalizing her divorce, Bianca’s determined to put her troubles aside and enjoy her brother’s wedding. What she doesn’t expect is to be knocked off her feet – literally—by a gorgeous guy. But will old hurts and sudden doubts stop Bianca finding a whole new happy-ever-after?

Sunset Heat by Lexxie Couper

Kennedy never thought she’d see Luke again, much less be standing in front of him naked. Not only does he still light her fire, but so does his rake of a cousin.

Luke fell for Kennedy months ago, yet he can’t stop thinking about sharing her with Addison. And Addison is shocked that he wants to know Kennedy on all levels—even the emotional kind. But desire this hot could destroy any hope of real happiness.

Moonlight Mirage by Sami Lee

At her friend’s wedding, Hayley is forced to face the former boss whose rejection sent her packing. Mitch still makes her burn. Trouble is, she already has a date.

Mitch knows pushing his former intern away was a mistake. Hayley’s “plus one” is an unexpected obstacle. Luckily, Mitch has never shied away from a little competition…

Warning: There’s something about the air on this island that makes you do crazy things…like fall in love. Have wild monkey sex. Indulge in a threesome, exhibitionism, voyeurism, and a few other “isms” on the side. Best read with a frozen margarita in hand.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2015 4.50