Book Review: Caribbean Rescue

Happy Friday, Reader Friends!

I’m sharing my thoughts on Cami Checketts’ Caribbean Rescue. This book is #1 in the Billionaire Beach Romance.

Let’s get started!


About the Book

The Blurb: “Zack Tyndale was destined to win gold in the 2012 Olympics, but he tripped and shattered his own dreams. Running from his controlling father and the compassion in everyone’s eyes, he buys an island in the Caribbean where he can live blissfully alone.

Madeline Panetto’s graduation present is a trip sailing around the Caribbean on her father’s yacht. Unfortunately, her father is a pirate, and when there is an uprising on his ship, she escapes and crash-lands on Zack’s island.

Can these two find refuge from the pirates and with each other?”

Links: Amazon, Goodreads


My Thoughts

This was my first time reading Cami Checketts. I saw this book in a Facebook group and because of the African-American hero, I picked it up. I was please to find out that the heroine was of Spanish and Italian descent. It was like a double dose of diversity. 😉

Also, because I saw this book in a clean reads group, I expected it to be that. But the heroine prayed throughout and mentioned her faith. However, some of the excessive kissing and fast attraction made me think of the book more as a clean read then one with a Christian message (just fyi).

Overall, this short read provided a nice escape, suspense in a gorgeous location, and diversity (especially on the cover) that made me smile.


About the Author

Cami Checketts is married and the proud mother of four future WWF champions. Sometimes between being a human horse, cleaning up magic potions, and reading Bernstein Bears, she gets the chance to write fiction.

Cami graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Exercise Science. She and her family live in the beautiful Cache Valley of Northern Utah. During the two months of the year it isn’t snowing, she enjoys swimming, biking, running, and water-skiing.

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