Review: Island Heat – Jill Myles

PhotobucketGenre: Paranormal romance
Pages: Ebook novella, 140
Published: 2011

On a business trip to Bermuda, realtor Diana Holcomb’s small plane goes down over the ocean, a victim of the infamous Bermuda Triangle.

Diana wakes up to find herself on a deserted island…that really isn’t all that deserted. First, a gigantic dinosaur tries to eat her. Then she’s captured by cavemen, and just when things are looking their worst, she’s rescued by none other than a gorgeous man with the body of an Adonis and the jungle skills of Tarzan. Salvador’s been stranded on the island for a very, very long time without a woman. A very, very long time. And now that he has Diana, he intends to claim her for his own… 

My thoughts:
This is one crazy book but what could you expect from the Bermuda Triangle. Diana is taking her groping client to Bermuda to find him a house, well that was the plan. The only thing she wants to do is earn money by selling a big house to him. She is smart, single and soon to be stranded on a desert island…almost deserted that is.

Oh yes this island has a T-Rex with a taste for human flesh, creepy caveman who wants to drag her by the hair to their cave and have their way with her and more. That doesn’t sound like a perfect island but there is more. A hunky conquistador who does not speak English and wears only a loincloth. All Salvador wants is some company and she would be the one.

For a short novella a lot happens. Running from dinosaurs, running from cavemen, finding out about the island, and of course falling in lust with Salvador.

Conclusion:
It was a fun and short read. It was not an island I would like to visit, but the more fun it was then to read about it.

Rating:
Nice

Cover:
Meh
Advertisements

33 thoughts on “Review: Island Heat – Jill Myles

  1. Missie says:

    Gawd, I think that is a HOT cover. I don't think I've ever read a book which has dinosaurs or cavemen. This one sounds like fun, and quite the adventure for such a short story.

  2. Blodeuedd says:

    @CarrieIt was short and different@DanaLol, I know. It was kind of the island from hell, expect from Mr Hunk@MissieHehe, yes it was crazy and a T-Rex, yikes, they scare the hell out of me

  3. Blodeuedd says:

    @MishaYes I would freak and get eaten after 5 seconds. Horrible island really@AurianWe can't all like the same things :)@VVI know, fun and crazy are just the best@CarolWell he does have awesome looking abs, ahhhh, abs. And random is the best

  4. Blodeuedd says:

    @AnaHiiiiide!!!!! I will keep you covered. I am ready@JulieOh yes you heard me right. a Big bad T-Rex@DarleneIt was perfect for that. Short, nice but still some edge

  5. Simcha says:

    This does sound like a fun read. I like stories about the Bermuda Triangle, though I'm not so into dinosaurs (I leave that to my 3 yr old son)

  6. Blodeuedd says:

    @YvonneNo smokemonsters or polar bears but other than that total Lost craziness, lol@MandiSo crazy. I read about the "chickens" and just thought, oh man, something bigger is coming soon@AmusedCrazy is good for the summer, lol@StephSounds like heaven, well yes minus scary dinosaur and icky cavemem

  7. Blodeuedd says:

    @MelissaIt was perfect for me. We went from too hot to cold and all around bleh. The rain never stops@ChrisLol, it was@DianaHaha, well she did have a good name ;)And yes T-rex and cavemen, bleh. But hottie, yay

  8. Blodeuedd says:

    @JennySalvador was a sure plus on that island. If he had not been there, not so good. She would have gotten eaten for sure@Alyssahaha, yes, gotta love a hottie@SimchaI like them..but only the nice ones. The scary ones like raptors, not so much

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s