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A vacation fling. No complications. No connections. And no regrets.

Trauma surgeon Jae Sun Kim has just lost the job he wanted more than anything else in his life. Looking for a way to hit the reset button, he takes a scuba vacation. He didn’t plan on seasickness, or a dive master who is sex-on-the-beach personified.

Shane McCormack’s tendency to drift away from complicated situations has landed him a job as a dive master in Belize, which isn’t as glamorous as it sounds. But with the big three-oh looming, asking his parents to bail him out again isn’t an option. The job isn’t without its perks, though, and as soon as he figures a way to keep that hot but arrogant ass of a doctor from tossing his cookies over the side of the boat, he plans to flirt the control freak out of his brittle shell.

The close quarters on the ship generate more heat than either expects, but a vacation fling is all that’s in the plans. An unexpected adventure leaves them changed in ways that make it impossible to go back to their old lives. The risks they’ll both have to take could leave them with nothing but more scars, or the best souvenir of all.


No Souvenirs
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4.2 / 5
October 6th, 2013
Well I seem to have a knack for reading K.A. Mitchell out of sequence. This is book number 3 in the Florida series. This one had to grow on me, when it did, it took flight. When I finished it, I was in love with both characters. Jay is a Korean trauma surgeon looking to move across the country to evade his parents and their attitude towards his being gay. Shane is a scuba instructor for a company that specializes in dives. When these to first meet, it's oil and water, but when their encounters become sexual, oil catches fire and water can't put it out. When the two are stranded during a dive, they begin to see their relationship as growing deeper. Shane is attacked by Portuguese man-o-war, nearly dying before Jay knows he can't live without him. Jay is a surrounded by walls he has constructed to keep his soul safe. Shane can't stay in one place for long or as he states not good at the relationship thing. It's is so rewarding to see them fight, love, and live with each other. It's a win win situation for the reader. Some big twists come toward the end, that was more for characters than the reader. I give this a wet suit full of stars.
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