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Friday, November 29, 2013

Review: The Trouble with Mojitos by Romy Sommer #COYER

The Trouble with Mojitos 
by Romy Sommer
Released Date: Published October 17th 2013 by HarperCollins UK, HarperImpulse
Pages: 331
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Turquoise blue waters. Sandy white beaches. Mojitos... Film location scout Kenzie Cole has found herself in paradise. Working in the Caribbean for a week is just what she needs to escape the long line of exes in her closet. Though the last thing she expects is to be picked up at the resort bar by a disgraced former Prince!

Luckily for Kenzie, exile is suiting the man formerly known as Prince Fredrik very well. And it’s not long before his rugged, pirate charm is proving hard to resist.

But Rik’s been spending his time in paradise exorcising demons of his own and he has danger written all over him. If Kenzie was sensible she’d run a mile instead of lose herself to lust - although, they do say sometimes you have to get lost before you can be found....

(Synopsis taken from Goodreads)

My Review:

The Trouble with Mojitos is such a great romantic story that would appeal to those that are looking for a new take of your typical “girl-meets-prince-kind-of-story.” This story has a more adventurous feel to it, and the setting is unexpected. I love how Romy Sommer describes the setting, it's very vivid and the interaction between Kenzie Cole and Rik is instant. But with an unexpected setting comes secrets as well and Rik is full of the. After been on exile, the former Prince decides to take refuge on an island (where he knows no one is going to give him trouble). 

But on the night of his birthday, he meets film location scout, Kenzie Cole. From the start he is intrigued to find out more about her and the more time they spend together, the more he starts to feel wanted and not alone. As they set out to find the perfect film location, Kenzie can't deny the attraction that she has toward Rik, but they very well know that their time together is short. Nothing comes easy when it comes to loving someone, especially when that someone is a Prince. 

From the minute I saw the cover, I immediately knew that I had to read this book and it didn't disappoint. The book flowed beautifully and the plot is fun to read. I recommend everyone to give this book a try, it has a mix of royalty and adventure all in one. :)

*ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

My Rating: 4.5/5

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Romy Sommer said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you so much for taking the time to read and review 'The Trouble with Mojitos', Jackie. I'm so pleased you enjoyed it!

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