Monday, 2 June 2014

The Heart of Bali by Rebecca Raisin

What They Say:

What happens when your break from real life shows you exactly how empty it actually is?

Focused and driven, Aurora has built her PR and event management company into a thriving success. But, it’s come at a cost. Her relationships suffer, and she has virtually no social life. When her boyfriend suggests a holiday to mend the bridges, it seems like a good idea to rekindle their attraction and make some new life choices. Instead, she finds herself in the tropical paradise of Bali, heartbroken and alone. 

When Marcel, the hotelier, offers to show her the real Bali, she doesn’t hesitate — he might be just the pick-me-up she needs. Pinning Marcel as a Casanova, Aurora decides to have fun and not overthink things. Exploring her more sensual side brings a newfound confidence, and she finds herself falling for the French hotelier and the Bali he shows her...until an unexpected visitor arrives at the hotel. 

As her holiday draws to a close, will Aurora choose to leave with good memories, or follow her heart? 

What I Say:

I would like to say I love Rebecca's books and when I saw this being reviewed by another book blogger, I just had to go on Amazon and purchase. It definitely was a bargain.

We first meet Aurora when she is sat by the beautifully described pool in Bali, but for Aurora there is a sadness at being there, she is alone after her boyfriend lets her down at the airport and doesn't turn up for their flight.  She is then told by a friend there are photos on his Facebook page.

Here she meets Marcel the French owner of the hotel she is staying in, deciding to go with the flow and have a holiday fling, there's definitely sparks between them and Rebecca has written some of the steamiest sex scenes I have read in a book.  I won't be able to look at a limo the same again.

Rebecca writes an easily likeable female character and her hero in Marcel is hot hot hot, especially when Auroras ex turnes up, to say I wanted Marcel to punch him was an understatement.

A great story set in a wonderful location, again Rebecca takes you to places you would love to visit, go out and buy this brilliant story.

5 out of 5 stars

1 comment:

  1. I would love to read this book now! Great and very helpful review!