No, seriously, uncovering treasures is my job. My mission was going great until she showed up, and we got stuck in the jungle―with only one tent!
Travel photographer Winter Knowles and archeology professor Logan Spencer dislike each other at first sight. Stuck together into the wild, these two unwilling teammates will bicker and banter their way through a laugh-packed treasure hunt.
After years of searching, a new mapping technology has given Logan a clue to the whereabouts of the legendary Lost City of Gold. A discovery that could make his career. The last thing he needs on this life-changing expedition is for his team to get distracted by a pair of long legs.
When Winter accepted the assignment on a tropical island, she didn’t sign up for a brooding team leader who’d clearly prefer to run a boys-only club. Never one to back down from a challenge, Winter is ready to show him she’s no damsel in distress.
But when a treasure like no other is uncovered and ruthless enemies will seek to steal it, it’ll be up to the two of them to save the day. Left alone to fight in the jungle, they will soon discover their lives might not be the only thing at stake—their hearts could be too.
All Logan has to do now is get the gold and get the girl. Easy, right?
Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime.
A hilarious enemies to lovers romance packed with danger, action, and comedy.
From Thailand with Love is part of a series of interconnected romantic comedies but can be read as a standalone novel as all the other books in the First Comes Love series.
Perfect for fans of Something Wilder by Christina Lauren.
An enemies to lovers trope, with sizzle. A romance with adventure, suspense, humour, and just a little bit of angst Carla Loves to Read
I love an amazing enemies to lovers romantic comedy trope. This one sure gave me all the swoons and I devoured it! A fun book filled with adventure, lots of action, a bit of heated banter and amazing dialogue to a romantic and funny happily ever after story. Nurse Bookie
An adrenaline pumping, heart pounding, action packed romance. So much more than an enemies to lovers rom com. Audio Killed the Bookmark
A wild ride, and well worth five stars! Chick Lit Central
A great love hate relationship. Enjoyable comedy and romance and excellent settings and adventure. BRMaycock's Book Blog
If you enjoyed Something Wilder by Christina Lauren, you will love this! Chick Lit Post
I laughed several times out loud, nearly swooned over the sweeter moments, was catching my breath when the situation seemed to get out of control.Tizi's Book Review
A light-hearted enemies to lovers romance with more than a touch of Indiana Jones. All Things Bookie
A great read which has lighthearted moments as any good rom com should have. Books, Life and Everything
An addictive, adventure fueled rom com that will have you turning the pages desperate to know what happens next. Kraftireader
A light hearted read and it has a good amount of sexual tension with a fabulous "will they, won't they" feel to it. Me and My Books
You can't help but laugh out loud. Lemon Nail Fiend
A story full of fun and adventure and plenty of laugh out loud moments. Baker's Not So Secret Blog
A contemporary romance novel that really surprised me in how much I actually enjoyed it. Sometimes Leelynn Reads
If you are in the mood for a thrilling romance to spike your adrenaline levels, go ahead and grab a copy. Know Your Books
Action and adventure wrapped up in a fabulous rom com. Rachel Random Reads
Indiana Jones meets Lara Croft. A fun read with a little mystery, a little romance and plenty of excitement. Nicki's Book Blog
Camilla is an engineer turned writer after she quit her job to follow her husband on an adventure abroad.
She’s a cat lover, coffee addict, and shoe hoarder. Besides writing, she loves reading—duh!—cooking, watching bad TV, and going to the movies—popcorn, please. She’s a bit of a foodie, nothing too serious. A keen traveler, Camilla knows mosquitoes play a role in the ecosystem, and she doesn’t want to starve all those frog princes out there, but she could really live without them.