Hurricane of the Heart

Hurricane of the Heart The Player When Kyle agrees to be the best man at his best friend s destination wedding in Dominica he has one thing on his mind partying But all that changes when a powerful hurricane strikes the is

  • Title: Hurricane of the Heart
  • Author: Jewel Amethyst
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Player When Kyle agrees to be the best man at his best friend s destination wedding in Dominica, he has one thing on his mind partying But all that changes when a powerful hurricane strikes the island and he finds himself trapped in a village and falling hard and fast for the indigenous beauty queen, Alia Graneau The Planner Alia Graneau has goals that do not inclThe Player When Kyle agrees to be the best man at his best friend s destination wedding in Dominica, he has one thing on his mind partying But all that changes when a powerful hurricane strikes the island and he finds himself trapped in a village and falling hard and fast for the indigenous beauty queen, Alia Graneau The Planner Alia Graneau has goals that do not include men, least of all an immature, irresponsible American party animal like Kyle But the hurricane devastates than her beautiful island it wreaks havoc on her heart when she falls under Kyle s spell and is forced to choose between her ambition, her love for her country and her love for Kyle Robinson Can their love, born in a hurricane, survive the ravages of real life

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    1. A solid read for my AtW (Dominica) and Book Riot (romance featuring or written by a POC) reading challenges. I have never been to Dominica, but Amethyst does a nice job of distinguishing the country from other Caribbean nations, providing some insight into Kalinagos (Dominica's first settlers), and exploring the impact of natural disasters. I also do not typically read romances. Here, the protagonists were good but a bit flat, and the developments (especially the wrench thrown in towards the end [...]

    2. Kyle and Alia's story started out like two young traditional characters; the male player who chases and the female most innocent who runs away. Somewhere in the story the writer captures the life of the indigenous Carib people (yes I am a little bias as I am from that line of people) and the power and effect of a hurricane. These vivid descriptions of the catastrophe, during and after brought the couples' banter and love to life. Which was all happening in between the most realistic Caribbean ch [...]

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