A Drop of Paradise
Book Review - A Drop of Paradise by Alex L. Michaels
It was a good read. Took me a minute to get into the book but overall I enjoyed reading this book. I enjoyed the playful banter between Michael and Jessica. I liked all the surprises that came throughout the book that I definitely didn't expect. The chemistry between them when they finally come together is off the charts. You can just tell that they are meant to be together.
Meet Bookworms & Alphas! Where men like to give orders, but women don't like to listen. A woman of words! A man of action! One hot mess! She needs peace and quiet. He's a distraction. She wants to be left alone. He's inevitable. She has a writer's block. He might be the cure. The only thing Jessica Slade wanted was some peace and quiet, and to finally finish her book. So, a place called A Drop of Paradise was supposed to do the trick. With its stunning sandy beaches, crystal clear, aquamarine waters and tropical sunsets, it was supposed to cure more than a writer's block. But, when an unfortunate series of events leaves her stranded on a remote island with an overbearing, arrogant, roguish, but ruggedly handsome stranger, her life starts to seem much more like the romance novels that she writes about. Broad-shouldered Mike Stone is irresistible, sexy and cooler than a mojito in your hand, and maybe even a perfect, muscled ideal for the cover of her next novel, but not all the imagination in the world could prepare her for what can happen between two strangers on a spit of sand, when sparks start to fly and anger turns to lust.