Friday, February 1, 2013

Review: Roses in Ecuador by Heather Huffman

Roses in Ecuador by Heather Huffman

Unknown to each other, they each escaped to the heart of Ecuador to make the world a better place, having sworn off the possibility of love… but disaster pulls them together.

Jane Russell is certain she’s had enough heartbreak for one lifetime, and love is the last thing on her mind when she arrives in Ecuador. Focused and determined, she settles in to write a book on the local jaguar preservation.

Devon McAllister, the wealthy and handsome son of a corporate mogul in the U.S., has broken his share of hearts despite his best intentions. He moved to Ecuador to escape his father’s destructive greed and pursue his passion to do good in the world, opening a fair trade rose plantation.

When the jaguar preservation comes under attack by what appears to be a group of angry locals, Devon jumps in to help Jane fight for the animals they love. As the danger grows, the motives of the attackers are revealed to be much more sinister than either could have ever imagined.

Unsure of whether they’re more frightened by the prospect of love or the danger to the jaguars, they must decide whether they can open their minds–and their hearts–to trust again.

Publication: Feb 1, 2013

My Thoughts:
This book has it all: romance, suspense, and humor. It is a fun read that also shines a light on issues that one might not think about under normal circumstances. I loved the characters Jane and Devon and their fun back-and-forth banter. There were so many funny one-liners. A wonderful combination of sweet, funny, and thought-provoking with suspense mixed in. Highly recommend.

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !!!

My Source:

Where to get it: 

Barnes & Noble

Where to find the author:
Heather Huffman

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