Image of It's Hotter In Hawaii


Image of It's Hotter In Hawaii

Dimon melds heat and humor in
this sultry tale. This adventure-filled, often finely executed seduction is an intriguing mystery but doesn't always add new ideas to a familiar genre. What it lacks in originality is made up for in snappy wit and well-matched

Caleb Wilson gets more than he bargained for when he breaks into his friend's Hawaiian home after Dan's suspicious "accidental death." A beauty, who turns out to be Dan's half-sister, has a few questions of her own for the rugged charmer who waltzes into her brother's house with his mind set on discovering the truth -- and perhaps finding the softer side of Cassie Mont-gomery. (BRAVA, Apr., 320 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed by: 
Lauren Brathwaite