Tired of her career and dumped by her
boyfriend, Sophie needs this vacation more than she needed
it any of the other years she came to this same island
retreat. Although those times she hadn’t been alone. She’d
been with the jerk.
Nick, the owner of the resort, has
always flirted with her and hinted that he’d like more, but
now that she’s here alone, he’s turned up the heat.
Fijian Fling is filled
with plenty of interludes and intense interactions between
Sophie and Nick. I liked that there was an established
history between the two, but had hoped for a bit more heat.
I didn’t like how it started in her point of view and then
switched to his without filling me in. I felt as if I was
missing something because she went from cold to hot and I
never found out why she changed her mind. I really liked the
ending, and how the heroine acted. Except for that one scene
I wasn’t clear on, I enjoyed this story.