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  • Take a trip to the exotic Southeast Asian Islands

    Love is a partnership, not to be dominated by one or the other.  This is the main lesson that Aidan and Maddie struggle to learn in Singapore Fling. If you are looking for a book full of hot romance, culture, and even some intrigue, this might be the book (and series) you want to pick up for your next read.  I became immersed in this book and enjoyed every moment of the story.  It is definitely sizzling due to the food and the sex scenes but at the same time, both Aidan and Maddie are holding parts of themselves back from each other.  Is it apprehension?  Or maybe it is how they grew up or the job they hold and expectations.  There is one line that devastated me because no one should feel this way: "Apart from herself, nobody considered Maddie their number one priority."  But on the flip side, she embraced her dual heritage - Filipino and French.  It made her unique and was an asset that drew Aidan into her life. The dialogue between Aidan and Maddie was sensual, comedic, and loving.  No, life wasn't easy for them and they both embark on paths that may not be right for their relationship, but this is a path that all relationships must endure to become something solid and lasting.  Because Aidan is military, he is used to being direct and to the point, and perhaps a bit harsh with his comments but wanting Maddie (and some input from his brothers) reshapes his rough and tough attitude to something a little softer, at least with Maddie.  Maddie realizes that she too has to bend and perhaps Aidan has her best interests in mind. I thought the definitions at the beginning of each chapter were a nice touch to introduce words I may not know and define them before they were used in the book.   The descriptions of the island, various locations they visited, the food all added to the picture in my mind as if I was there with them.  Not all of the food sounded good to me (I personally don't like seafood) but I'm intrigued by the Hainanese chicken rice and will need to seek out this recipe and give it a try. Some of my favorite lines: "We've already established our chemistry; I don't want to find somebody else." "Do you only go at one speed, Aidan?  The speed of light? "Humility is a virtue you clearly do not have." "You shouldn't wear perfume if you don't want anybody to smell you." "He was coffee.  Black, no sugar, the way she preferred it: strong, hot, addictive." Overall I enjoyed the book and give it 4 paws up.

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