Bare in Bermuda by Livia Ellis is a bit different from her other books that I have read. Bare in Bermuda is an erotica, very HOT, and is a full-length book at 390 pages.
When on vacation, have you ever wondered if there was a way you can be anyone you wanted to be? Let’s face it—nobody knows you or what you’ve done in the past.
That is exactly what Hanna was thinking while sitting in an airport bar waiting for her connecting flight. That was when she spots, Eduardo. A man with dark eyes, dark hair, and looked to be in his mid-thirties. He was fit, foreign, well dress, and there was something in his movement that screamed confidence.
What she doesn’t know is the person she pretend to be with Eduardo is what she was meant to be. When together, Hanna and Eduardo are a combustible ball of passion. From the moment they meet until the end of the book, you will see sparks. Livia Ellis will grab your attention from the very beginning and keep it until the very end.
So why only 4 stars?
The loss of a star was because of two issues I have with the book. 1) There are some errors. Most were simple things such as switching her and him, using the same verbiage within a page, but nothing too distracting. 2) The way the book ended was slightly frustrating. I feel there needs to be one more chapter to help pull everything together. Having unanswered questions is never good. I won’t spoil the ending by explaining what needs to be there, because there is nothing worse than having someone spoil the end of a good book.
I probably grabbed Bare In Bermuda during a promo; it was buried in my Kindle for who knows how long. Grab your copy today.