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review Impulsive Men of Hawaii #5 Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB ¾ ❮Reading❯ ➽ Impulsive Men of Hawaii #5 ➶ Author HelenKay Dimon – Trouble In Paradise Katie Long was supposed to be undercover She was just supposed to watch Deputy Prosecutor Eric Kimura at his ex's wedding and C sex with a beautiful stranger in a short little caterer's skirt is just tabloid fodder waiting to Men of Hawaii PDF #10003 happen Conveniently just as his campaign is coming under attack Sabotage media gossip and an insatiable desire for a woman he just met If he's not careful Counselor Kimura might lose all control. 475 stars Eric Kimura is still hung up on his ex and at her wedding to another man he has sex with a stranger a waitress in a bathroom stall At least it’s better than getting drunk and making a scene But what he doesn’t know is that the waitress is not an ordinary waitress Someone hired Katie through an old acuaintance to spy on Eric at the wedding I was utterly surprised to find out who it was and outraged on Eric's behalfKatie Long is an impulsive young woman with a penchant for getting in trouble She really tries to stay out of trouble and behave but it seems like it just follows her wherever she goes She’s sassy vibrant and a wild child with a heart of gold And while she didn’t plan to fall in love with Eric she does and once she finds that out she jumps in with both feetEric is the Deputy Prosecuting Attorney about to campaign to be elected Prosecuting Attorney He’s strait laced ambitious and a workaholic He’s also fair and conscientious Katie’s zest for life and her spontaneity make him open up and live a little and she’s also that last push he needs to get his ex out of his mindAs for secondary characters I loved seeing Deana and Josh from HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO again and must also praise HelenKay Dimon for not cluttering the book with too many secondary characters but instead using the amount needed to support and complement Katie and Eric and the plot The political intrigue plot that accompanies the romance was subtly written into the rest and like the secondary characters never took over Yet it was a plot that kept me on my toes First with the who then with the why The first page of IMPULSIVE is the perfect example of a beginning that immediately hooked me It was hot with just enough information to make me very anxious for the rest of this story And the title is absolutely fitting Eric's behavior though was also very unexpected and out of character for the Eric I got to meet in HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO so I was curious to see how it all was going to be played out And I can say now that it played out great I loved this Eric who truly and pleasantly surprised me by being playful and less of a the cool politician than he appeared to be HelenKay Dimon writes awesome banter and dialogues I noticed this in HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO and in IMPULSIVE it continued right from the start with Eric and Seth and later with Eric and Katie Seriously HelenKay Dimon takes dialogues to a higher level and this puts her on the top of my favorite contemporary romance authors Her dialogues are a mix of witty banter and humorous fun and a way of showing her characters' personalities and at the same time creating depth in them I almost salivated reading them and must admit that while reading IMPULSIVE I would regularly go back to certain dialogues and read them a second time just to experience the joy of awe inspiring dialogue againWhat can I say about IMPULSIVE It's contemporary romance and then some It has fun passion arguments chemistry trust issues commitment love and a little bit of suspense It's delivered through excellent and smooth writing witty dialogues serious dialogues strong main characters and interesting secondary characters The ending was so sweet it's good I have a major sweet tooth and therefore loved itWith HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO and IMPULSIVE HelenKay Dimon has written herself straight on to my favorite contemporary romances list and made a new fan for life If you love contemporary romance and you haven't read HelenKay Dimon's Men of Hawaii books please remedy this because they're an addition to any lover of contemporary romance’s bookshelves

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Trouble In Paradise Katie Long of Hawaii PDF #186 was supposed to be undercover She was just supposed to watch Deputy Prosecutor Eric Kimura at his ex's wedding and gather intel on his campaign for prosecutor But he's a lot hotter in person and the kind of intel they accidentally shared in the hotel bathroom might los. I'm not going to bother writing what this is about I'm sure most know from the description above So I will just sum it up with what I thought and felt Short and sweet This short book of 245 pages was utterly sweet I zipped right through it in no time I loved how Eric had his doubts about Katie's involvement in the scandal but he kept listening to what his heart was telling him At least until the very end when there was just and dirt that made her look guilty But the ending was satisfying and just so sweet Eric was utterly sweet and dreamy Katie was a doll and so out going It was a feel good book

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Impulsive Men of Hawaii #5E both of them their jobs Especially since it Impulsive Men PDFEPUB or seems to be a recurring incident Is it possible for a one night stand to last ten days Kimura isn't usually the impulsive type He's driven he's ambitious and he knows what he wants a respectable future in Hawaii politics Which means wild half publi. Grabbed me right away from the first page Very sexy read but not overly detailed as in erotica First story I have read where the hero is Asian American very sexyand he was such a good boyfriend even though she was a dirty little secret that could hurt his career The way the book started it was a real page turner and I did read it in one sitting but it lost a little momentum with the ending I wanted drama and heartbreak moments in the final conflict but it was still good Will definitely look for from this author