Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Rating: 1
Galen Hall wakes in a Ecuadorian jail with a murderous headache, a murder charge, and a memory gap where his alibi should be. How does the jungle guide prove his innocence? His best friend comes to help, only to bring with him the woman whose unplanned love sent him fleeing the Amazon to begin with.
One night of steamy jungle passion has botanist Dana Rutherford carrying a stranger’s baby. While coming to terms with raising a child on her own, she learns of the father’s captivity. In a town where corruption reigns, she unknowingly initiates a jailbreak, and finds herself again face-to-face with the hunky, green-eyed devil who has changed her life forever.
Galen Hall wakes up in an Ecuadorian prison and is being accused of murder. He doesn’t remember much leading to his current predicament except for the night with the twenty-eight year old virgin, Dana Rutherford.
Dana is pregnant with Galen’s baby and fears the damage to her reputation. Despite the fact that Galen wants nothing to do with her, she shows up anyway to help him bail out of jail and prove his innocence.
The story is fairly simple and predictable, but interesting enough to read. The couple’s emotional conflict pretty much establishes the pace. I was looking forward to a lot of adventure, action, and romance. I did enjoy the romantic suspense part, but had a hard time believing the romance between both main characters. If you’re looking for a sweet story with great effort, give this book a try.
3 Tea Cups!