Book Of The Day – Trouble In Paradise

by Greg on March 28, 2012

Today we have a very highly rated Contemporary Romance for our Book of the Day. Trouble in Paradise by award-winning and bestselling author Susan Connell, has a great 4.8 star rating and is only $2.99!

“The fun begins on page one and is non-stop to the very clever and heart warming end. I laughed out loud too many times to count… This writer is a sure bet for fun.” aaaa – Amazon Reviewer

Trouble in Paradise
by Susan Connell
Rating: 4.8 Stars
Category: Contemporary Romance
Price: $2.99


Visit Susan Connell’s website

Specially selected for Men of Fantasy theme month.

When a beautiful, buttoned-down blonde turns up in a Central American rain forest looking for her brother-in-law (Tony), Reilly Anderson must stop her. He wants Tony to complete secret research for his pharmaceutical company. If Allison tells Tony he’s about to be a daddy Reilly fears his researcher might bolt before the research is complete.

Forget that Reilly and Allison are like nitro and glycerin, Reilly will do anything to keep her from her goal – including playing to her childhood (and, soon, adult) Tarzan fantasies!

With the aid of a breast obsessed monkey, a recalcitrant ten year old boy and a jungle tree house Reilly soon captures Allison’s heart. Body and soul, she is his as she lets down her hair – and her guard.

But what about Reilly, the pharmaceutical executive who is just trying to save a bit of the rain forest and maybe the world? Hey, it’s a jungle out there where anything can happen. You can bet on it.

The stand alone sequel, PAGAN’S PARADISE, is also available for your Kindle.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

When Allison Richards shows up in a Central American rainforest looking for her brother-in-law to tell him her sister is pregnant, she doesn’t expect to be 100% out of her element. And Reilly Anderson, the one person who can help her, is irritatingly unforthcoming with information. He’s also the embodiment of Allison’s childhood hero – Tarzan. Reilly has his reason to keep her from her goal. These two send sparks flying every time they look at each other and their journey through the rainforest becomes a journey of self discovery. Lots of fun…


All characters are well drawn you can almost… see them! You get to end of the book ready to buy the sequel, Pagan Paradise! Susan Connell did it again: with her witness , grace and good writing she makes you want to read more from her!


Reilly Anderson knows he has big trouble on his hands when Allison Richards arrives at his Paradise Hotel in the Central American rain forest. She thinks Reilly can put her in touch with her brother-in-law (Tony) so she can deliver some important family news. There’s no way Reilly, who is really working under cover for a pharmaceutical corporation, can help her. The bro-in-law has to first finish a research study for Reilly. Even though Reilly and Al (she hates it when he calls her that) are at great odds, there is an instant attraction and this is where the fun begins. Speaking of the jungle, there are no bone-crunching snakes, nasty insects or big cats in this one. In other words, a real paradise. There’s even an Elvis impersonator! All in all, this is romantic adventure at its best.

Get Trouble In Paradise here: Trouble in Paradise

About The Author

Bestselling author and winner of the Golden Leaf Award, Susan Connell, calls south Florida home. Like Janet Evanovich, Cindy Gerard, Leanne Banks and Tami Hoag, Susan started her writing career at Bantam/Doubleday/Dell (now Random House.)

The parents of three grown daughters, she and her husband recently spent a winter in an Italian hill town – an experience she calls “a dream come true.” She is drawn to exotic locales (Peru, Ivory Coast, New Zealand, Spain and other equally fascinating places. Once a year she takes off with a small group of girlfriends who also enjoy her penchant for adventures – white water rafting, zip lining, and wilderness hiking, to name a few. If you meet her be sure to ask her about her encounter with a Barbary ape while visiting Gibraltar.

You can reach her at or visit her website

Susan finds creating characters with good hearts and moral challenges is another enjoyable experience. Making her readers laugh is always a pleasure. She says her motto is “Well behaved women seldom make history.”

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Susan Connell and ENT appreciate it.

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