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Genre: Contemporary Romance
Simon would rather be anywhere but London in winter—anywhere except a wedding, that is.It’s hard to celebrate love when you don’t believe in it.
But it was his best mate, and he was best man. Bonus it was on an exclusive private island in the Florida Keys.
Delaney isn’t sure how she landed the Executive Chef position at Paradise Key in the first place.
Catering the resort’s inaugural wedding was the ultimate test.
And fooling around with the best man is a surefire way to ruin the opportunity of a lifetime.
Keys to Paradise was a good quick read for me. The blurb made me pick it up and I was sure the author knew the places described in the story. Finding out she’s a local explained all. The Keys were so amazingly described that I could almost be there myself too. I’ve rated it just 3.5 stars because I’d have loved the author to be so detailed even for the story itself as much she was for the island, food and activities. This story has so much more potential.I couldn’t relate with Delaney, even though at the beginning she seemed the perfect girl, but all her confidence vanished during the first chapters and I wanted to slap her almost in all pages. For her being an executive chef was a little disturbing her lack of confidence since seemed she couldn’t take a decision without Gus’s help, both goes for her work and her life… I loved Simon, though and Gus which for me saved it all. The end of the book was cute, the author wrapped it nicely in a HEA.
Would I recommend it? Yes, if you like a second chance at love. Would I read it again? No.