Monday, March 4, 2019

Monday Book Review: After Hurricane Nina: Jason's Resolution, by Suzanne Jenkins

After Hurricane Nina: Jason's Resolution, by Suzanne Jenkins
Hot Hunks-Steamy Romance Collection, Book 3
Published January 29, 2019

About the Book:
On November 30, 2016, Hurricane Nina hit Bali, Indonesia. Eight Strangers. Eight Unique Stories. All Stand-alone Novels.

In the aftermath of death and destruction, eight strong sexy men will realize it’s time for a change in their lives. A resolution of sorts. A contractor, personal trainer, a millionaire, a stuntman, a rock star, a thrill-seeker, an army veteran, and a trust fund prodigal will all find a way to conquer their loss and learn to love. This is Jason’s story.

After his parents are killed, Jason Harrison, family icon, leads their business to success until his playboy reputation gets him banned. But it’s a blessing in disguise, when he takes the advice of a homeless man who just happens to have his father’s voice.

My Take:

This story starts with Jason and Emily meeting on the plane to Bali after Hurricane Nina. He's headed to the island to identify the bodies of his parents, she to identify her twin sister. Two years later, they meet again after their lives have journeyed in opposite directions but ended in the same location: Atlantic City. Jason is a builder and casino operator, Emily an advocate for the homeless who protests against the casinos for ignoring their responsibilities to the community.

From the outside looking in, it would appear Jason is the more successful of the pair, but he's a bit of an emotional wreck, drifting through life, and becomes more unhinged as the story progresses. When he meets Emily again, sparks fly and Jason starts to realize he wants to do more with his life. The romance between the main couple is sweet, with a happily ever after awaiting them at the end.

I look forward to reading more books from this author!

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