The Trouble With Paradise
by Jill Shalvis
Berkley Pub Group (Sensation)
September 7, 2010
Available in: Paperback (reprint)
When Dorie Anderson meets a cute guy, she becomes a huge klutz. But one phone call has turned her dead-end dating life into an adventure: she’s won a trip on a singles’ cruise to Fiji. On board, she soon meets pro baseball player Andy, and the ship’s hunky French doctor. She’s sure she’ll fall head-over-heels in no time. Unfortunately, she’s right: soon, she trips over her luggage right in front of them. Mortifying. But a bigger disaster is just on the horizon. Dorie finds a man murdered in his bunk the same night a storm wrecks the ship, stranding everyone on a deserted shore. It’d be a perfect setting for romance—if it weren’t for the fact that there’s a killer among them.
Jill Shalvis is the best-selling, award-winning author of over three dozen novels. She’s been on the Waldenbooks Bestsellers list, the Barnes and Noble Top 100, the Amazon bestsellers list, and also Ingram’s. She’s a Rita Award nominee, a two-time National Reader’s Choice Award winner, and has been nominated for Romantic Timess’ Career Achievement Award in Romantic Comedy, Best Duets and Best Temptation.
She lives near Lake Tahoe with her family, too many curious bears and grumpy raccoons, who regularly throw pine cones at her when she?s working on her deck.
Jill posts about her crazy adventures on her website.