Linn Random,author,romance,mystery,suspense novelist,e-books
Pirates in Paradise
When Jenna is hunted by the Columbian drug cartel her twin sister Haley jumps in and goes into protective custody to give her sister the time she needs to arrange her affairs. After her hiding place is betrayed to the drug cartel and most of the FBI agents and marshals who protected her are killed Haley is entrusted to Jack Morgan's protection.
Jack Morgan, a dark, tall but bitter pirate looking hunk, is in a Witness Protection Program himself. The former manager of a luxurious Las Vegas hotel casino has ended up the owner of a bait shop, bar and boat rental in the Everglades.
At first Jack thinks Haley is the spoiled, unscrupulous but very beautiful and enticing lover of a Columbian drug lord. Haley, on the other hand, assumes Jack is after her sister's money so she didn't dare reveal her true identity in order to protect Jenna. Therefore, both don't trust each other. Nevertheless, Jack and Haley's attraction grows, especially when they discover by degrees their well hidden true selves. When the drug dealers come after Haley Jack is the only one who stands between her and her fate.
Linn Random wrote a fast paced race through South Florida and the feelings of her heroes. She delivers a very intense description of Jack's feelings who is embittered because of the loss of his former life and torn between his rejection of Haley and his increasing attraction to her. Haley is a very likeable character, a brave woman who tries to protect her twin sister and everyone else as much as possible. Linn Random very insightfully narrated Haley's inner conflict where she doesn't trust Jack and suffers from his misconception about her character. Nevertheless, she is sympathetic and can't prevent her fast growing feelings towards Jack. With the sparks flying from the beginning - even when Jack and Haley are surrounded from danger - and the surprising twists of the story, Pirates in Paradise is a suspenseful romance full of action which keeps a hold of the reader until the last line.