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Just This Once: Escape to New Zealand Book One

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Just for Fun (Escape to New Zealand Book 4) by Rosalind James

I am a fan of Rosalind James’ Escape to New Zealand series and I couldn’t help but be intrigued by the description of this book, yet I was not sure what to fully expect as it’s is described as being very different to the Escape to New Zealand series. However, unsurprisingly, I thoroughly enjoyed this book, which can be read as a standalone with a HEA, and I would definitely recommend

When I first read Just in Time, I was excited and captivated by the snippets of Faith's book. Emotionally charged and highly intriguing, I was sorry that it wasn't a real book. And then, Rosalind James made it real. I was super excited to read it.

Just My Luck: Escape to New Zealand Book Five - Rosalind James

Fractured - (Not Quite A Billionaire 2) - Rosalind James

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I am a fan of Rosalind James’ Escape to New Zealand series and I couldn’t help but be intrigued by the description of this book, yet I was not sure what to fully expect as it’s is described as being very different to the Escape to New Zealand series. However, unsurprisingly, I thoroughly enjoyed this book, which can be read as a standalone with a HEA, and I would definitely recommend this book to people who like strong, dominant alpha males and feisty females.

I really liked Rochelle as the heroine in Turn Me Loose. She is a hard worker, independent, and very responsible. She takes a lot on her shoulders without asking for help. With the problems she faces, the past she’s trying to overcome, and her present day issues, she felt very real. Travis might seem very sure of himself, but he’s had his own issues to resolve. I liked how he was with Rochelle. He very obviously pursued her, but he respected her at the same time. He was protective of her, but not pushy. Neither of them has forgotten their memorable night…and it was fun and entertaining at times to watch them get to know each other. The connection between them is obvious from the outside looking in! I liked that Rosalind James developed their relationship before the turmoil of suspense came into play.