Some Kind of Heaven

Some Kind of Heaven

by Kate Perry

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Some Kind of Heaven by Kate Perry

Travel to passion with Kate Perry!
Book 1: More Than a Dream (A TTP San Francisco romance)
Book 2: Some Kind of Heaven (A TTP Maui romance)
Book 3: A Lot Like Love (A TTP London romance)

Artist Samantha Ellington's last minute business trip to Maui is supposed to be easy: in, out, and back home to Boston. But those plans change when she's offered a spot in a prestigious art show. The catch: she needs to paint two Maui-themed paintings in three weeks. Meaning she can't afford to waste time returning home.
Staying in Maui shouldn't be a problem except that her mother is unexpectedly there and determined to set her up with island golden boy Mark West. Sam wants no part of the Wall Street rich boy—no matter how hot he is—but her mom doesn't seem to get that. And she won't leave Sam alone.
So when Mark proposes a solution to getting her mom off her back, Sam decides to along with it, even if it does mean pretending to date him. It'll make her mother happy enough to allow her to finish the paintings, and it'll give her a handsome tour guide. Only she realizes too late that Mark is in on her mother's scheme. It's bad enough being betrayed by her mom, but by the man she's falling in love with too...?

(Previously published as Paradise Found)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152525472
Publisher: littlealien
Publication date: 12/21/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 890,585
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

As a little girl, Kate dreamt of many things. Like becoming a ninja. Dressing up in black and carrying a big sword? Seemed like a no brainer. However, Fate had other plans for her, and she studied Kung Fu San Soo instead. A Kung Fu Master, Kate now has more weapons than she ever imagined—including several swords. She lives in San Francisco. Voted by her friends as the woman they'd most want to stroll with down a dark alley, Kate's as likely to be spotted at the opera as she is doing tai chi in Golden Gate Park. Usually wearing black—in both cases.

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