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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Review - Fiji on Fire, Fiji on Ice by Eve Summers


Title: Fiji on Fire, Fiji on Ice

Author: Eve Summers

Publisher: Red Rose Publishing

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Rating: You Want to Read


Reviewed by: Mickey


Why would a massage session in a Fiji holiday resort make Tanya the Ice Queen so sex-starved that she would actually consider paying for sex?

It can't be her project of researching Internet dating sites! Those losers wouldn't be able to turn on a woman even if she came complete with an ON switch.

It can't be the delicious island cocktails of tropical fruit, cream and vodka... even if their names (like Sex On The Beach and Hot Screaming Orgasm) make you blush when you order them.

What is making Tanya lose her focus? Could it be the tight black jeans on the tight black arse of Randy Andy, the alleged con artist?


The most memorable aspects of Fiji on Fire, Fiji on Ice are the drink recipes before each chapter: all unusual, beach or sexually-themed in some way, plus playful and fun. These are a nice touch, and make what would be an otherwise slightly pedestrian novel, more than merely average. Other than the cocktails, this book is sometimes a little short on plot and substantive dialogue.

The main characters are interesting, and actually more multi-dimensional than the plot can handle which is somewhat unexpected and rather nice. It is a struggle to imagine Tanya and Andy, with their dual personalities, speaking the dialogue given at times however, that dialogue manages to match as much as it misses their personalities. The premise for the story is a really good one and has its fun and entertaining moments, which keeps this book from falling short of its mark.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for reviewing my book and the characters. Andy is by far my favourite hero to date. :-)

    Yvonne Walus writing as Eve Summers

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