After discovering her engagement was nothing but a sham, Eve doesn’t even know who she is anymore. Her whole identity had been crafted for her, and was lost with her hopes for marriage. Then she meets a stranger on an uninhabited island, a man who accepts Eve for who she was—and Eve feels reborn. But soon what seemed like a dream turns into a nightmare. Will Eve manage to stay strong and hang on to this fantasy—and the man that brought her true self back to life?
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- self finding 4
- JAB 10/07/2015 2 people found the following review helpful
This story was good but it felt that there was something missing. It starts off with the heroine running out beside the ocean after finding out that her fiancee was not only using her as a doll because he's a photographer and she is a model but has a male lover as well. There is not better way to burn a woman than to have a male lover. The heroine gets washed away in the waves but is saved by the hero. Things start off a little rocky but the next day, they start working together to make good meals and having a good time. Here is what I liked about the heroine is that she knows how to cook over a campfire. I like how they don't have sex within first fifty pages of the book. However, right after they do have sex, the hero slips the heroine's name out but the heroine never told him her name, which leads the heroine to have a panic attack. The hero admits that he knows who she is and the hero doesn't clear up of why he didn't tell her that he knew who she was all along. The heroine thinks that the hero had sex with her because of her name and not because of who she really is. The heroine leaves and strikes out on her own, although not everybody is accepting her. She receives a jo to be the face of a big company and the ceo is the hero. They have a spat, mostly by the heroine and the hero tells her to be a professional and the heroine agrees. The heroine does have a little trouble in the beginning but she manages to make it the scene of having another man hold her. Both characters aren't fond of this and the hero takes over the other model's role. The ending was good but I didn't feel that five start rating for it.
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