Kyra Mays loves the finer things in life and she is certain she likes her men that way too. On vacation in Jamaica, instead of finding a rich man, she has an instant connection with an attractive reggae singer.
This book had many good elements that made it a good read. The characters were interesting and complex and the setting was fun. I liked seeing Kyra’s character change from money minded to being more worried about people, their personality, and well being. Justin’s growth was remarkable as well. He was so strict in his views that he could not see anyone else’s point.
I did not like that, Kyra went to Jamaica with her friend…but the friend basically just disappears for most of the book. Overall, Jamaican Temptation was a good read.
Can you resist?
Shopaholic Kyra Mays decides to shop for a rich man on her Jamaican vacation. Instead, she meets Justin Lance, a white reggae singer who’s nearly as poor as the orphans he devotes his life to helping. Overwhelmed by his magnetism, she decides to have a fling with him.
All that matters to Justin is being a perfect Rastafarian. He vows to avoid succumbing to temptation with the dark beauty at all costs. Unable to keep their hands off each other, they forge a bond that is just as emotional as physical as they explore their differences on the lush island of Jamaica. But Justin’s secret will put their ability to compromise through an impossible test.