Paradise is nothing if you choose to enjoy it alone.
When Shelby Meyer jetted off for a relaxing week in Cancun, she never expected to fall in love with the quaint piece of Mexican heaven. Or make on offer to buy it.
The Paradise Cove, a run-down Cancun resort, is in desperate need of TLC. Shelby can easily envision the resort as it was in its heyday and sees its potential. She vows to do everything in her power to return it to its former glory.
Though the previous owners’ grandson, Gabriel, insists that she will destroy his family’s resort, and a neighboring resort owner doubts in her ability, Shelby’s resolve strengthens.
But when she finds her lists of repairs and the stack of bills piling up around her, hope begins to fade. Will she swallow her pride and accept Gabriel’s love and financial help, or be forced to give up her dream of Paradise Cove?
Warning: Contains brief sexuality.
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Due to my work and school schedule I haven't had the time to read a full length book, so novellas have been perfect. This review is for a WNY author and I finally got the chance to read it. The idea of this story caught my attention and I didn't want to put it down. This is a quick read and should only take a couple hours with no distractions.
I love that the stubbornness of Shelby and Gabriel was the one thing that brought them together, besides The Paradise Cove. I loved that Shelby wanted to do something on her own but I love that she willingly let the Espinoza's help her with the work. I love that Gabriel didn't give up on Shelby and The Paradise Cove.
Who knew a vacation could lead to love!