Aloha Series - Aloha Series Book 2
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From USA TODAY Bestselling Author Chris Keniston: Almost Paradise (Book two in the contemporary romance Aloha Series)
Angela Carson's life is not unfolding according to plan. She's twelve years behind the curve in her search for love, marriage and babies. In that order.
Owner of the Big Island Dive shop, former Navy Explosive Ordinance Disposal tech Billy Everrett is going through the motions of living. Love, marriage and children are not in his plans.
Except sometimes the best things in life don't need a plan.
More about the contemporary romance Aloha series
The popular beach read themes of small town and Hawaii beaches blended with the story of a single dad, lost love, and a surprise son made the first in the series, Aloha Texas, a reader's choice.
Almost Paradise is the fifth novel for Chris and the second book in the Aloha series. Continuing with the well loved themes of Hawaii beaches and former military heroes, Almost Paradise explores love, marriage, babies, and life after military service for a wounded hero.
Currently working on the newest book in the Aloha series, Chris is having fun with the next change coming to the regulars at the Big Island Dive shop.
Great book in a fantastic series
This is the second in the Aloha series. See how Nick’s buddy Billy fares in his love story. This story takes you into an honorable mans issues with a war injury and how he overcomes them. Angela is a great addition to the Crew and a great match for Billy. Pick this up today!
This was a touching look into the minds of our returning military heroes and romance. Billy could be any of our wounded vets. Except he is also a remarkable hunk and very loving. Angela is facing a medical condition so many women have and don't discuss. Top that with the biological clock ticking. It was wonderful to see these two loving people come together. Very interesting characters.
Good story. Likable characters, setting literally in paradise. I just had issues with the author's styling. For instance, conversations often shared the same paragraph without any breaks. It was confusing. Which characters were speaking? Id have to back up and read again. A good editor would have fixed that right up.