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From the outset, Annie Terter is sure the Baron's new marina manager, Jack Pallant, will add to her woes, gorgeous as he is. Annie's partner long abandoned her and small daughter, Dodi, to their struggling yacht charter business in tropical North Queensland. Cyclone Amora—the "love storm" — is boring down on the Whitsunday Islands, scaring off hirers. Her yachtmaster is lusting after her. And business rival Carla Champion is using Pallant to seek revenge for Dodi bloodying her kid's nose.
Daughter of a Seattle policeman, Annie is a born fighter. But her biggest battle is over her flip-flop in feelings for Pallant: her business foe by day, would-be lover by night. She is starved of love and Dodi adores him.
The Baron's latest demands send Annie off to spite Pallant on a picnic cruise with her yachtmaster — right into the path of Cyclone Amora.
Even rescued by Pallant, Annie denies her feelings. Until the hurricane attacks the yacht they are sheltering in, almost killing him. Then with Cyclone Amora ranting her disapproval, the lovers show what a real "love storm" is all about.
Love Storm in Paradise is the first in a romantic suspense trilogy set in the Whitsunday Islands, made famous the world over by Oprah Winfrey's televised tour of Hamilton Island in 2011. Comprising 74 islands scattered through a thousand miles of emerald sea, the Whitsundays are a wonderland of sun, sex and cyclones, making them an irresistible setting for rip-roaring romance and adventure.

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