Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Turn Right for Paradise

Corin Ruth Jasmine Dienes had traveled to Nova Scotia, Canada from her home in West Sussex, England, to explore the province and visit with her brother. While traveling in the province, she came across a road sign that said, “Paradise – Next Right.’ She was so taken with the sign that she was inspired to write the romantic adventure novel, ‘Turn Right for Paradise.’

‘Turn Right for Paradise’ begins in England where the protagonist Isabel (Izzie) Brown learns that the man she is about to marry is not the wonderful guy she believed him to be. Heart broken, Izzie flees to Nova Scotia to make a fresh start. On the plane, she meets Brett Hammond and there is an instant attraction. Brett hires her to work for his business as his personal secretary. As the courtship progresses, Izzie and Brett are confronted with a number of personal and external conflicts and misunderstandings. The result is an emotional roller coaster ride with many unexpected twists and turns.

The novel reads as a romantic adventure with the central plot focusing on Brett and Izzie’s relationship. The story is rich in character development and readers will enjoy Izzie’s many struggles that result in significant personal growth. Both Izzie and Brett must overcome many obstacles and anxieties about each others motives before they can come to terms with their true feelings for each other. The plot contains a variety of personal conflicts and mysteries to be uncovered such as Izzie’s quest to uncover the mystery of her father’s disappearance. Set mostly in Nova Scotia, Dienes details a number of places in a way that enhances the romantic theme of the book.

‘Turn Right for Paradise,’ is written to be enjoyed in one sitting. Readers will identify with Izzie’s and Brett’s insecurities, fears, and intense passion for each other. It a fun and romantic read that is full of surprising revelations. It is a story that will be enjoyed by all fans of the romance genre.

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