Pleasure Island (BookStrand Publishing Romance)

Pleasure Island (BookStrand Publishing Romance)

by Francene Carroll

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[BookStrand Romantic Comedy, HEA] When Jackson Moore and Allie Read are paired up for reality show Pleasure Island, the challenge is simply to outlast their opponent. Both believe they will win with ease. What they do not realize is that they are about to face the greatest challenge of all-falling in love. Jackson Moore is a typical Hollywood bad boy, and millions of women would love to be stranded on a desert island with him. Not every woman finds him irresistible, though. Allie Read is an uptight documentary filmmaker with no tolerance for men like Jack. It does not take long for the sparks to fly between this mismatched pair, and no one is more surprised than Allie when she becomes attracted to him. As their physical attraction heats up, Jack and Allie struggle to control themselves in front of the cameras, while at the same time dealing with their growing feelings for each other. ** A BookStrand Mainstream Romance

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781619263642
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand
Publication date: 04/10/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 663 KB

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Pleasure Island 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
V_Evans More than 1 year ago
I would like to thank Francene Carroll for giving me her book for free in exchange for an honest review. Pleasure Island is a story about a has-been movie star, Jack Moore and a documentary film maker, Allie Read. They are an unlikely pair matched up to be on a two-person reality show, with a large amount of money being the prize for the winner. The womanizing Jack finally finds his match in Allie, as she is the only woman that has ever really been able to teach him something about life. One thing that I particularly enjoyed were allusions to Miss Haversham, a jilted character in Charles Dickens' Great Expectations. For a reader who has not read that book, the connection will be lost; for the reader who has read Dickens' book, it gives the reader some good laughs. I recommend this book to people who like reality TV shows and love stories with a Disney-like quality to them as well as some steamy scenes that are in good taste. I'd say that overall this book is worth read.