The movie Blue Lagoon’s exotic location proffers to those who can afford it, pampered relief from the social, political and industrial pressures that lean heavily on those at the top of their elected workplaces.
For those seeking even a short reprieve on an island paradise, especially lovers of all description, being treated like an almighty to even spoiled-rotten, it was to be found on Fiji’s Turtle Island. Can you imagine a holiday on an exotic island with a limit of twenty-four guests, yet with a front-of-house staff of thirty six?
What They Are Saying About Turtle Island
5 Stars - To bring Mark Carmody's shattered nerves back on line in time to face the European Masters Snooker Championship after being viciously attacked by a psycho, cricket-bat wielding punk, the thirty-two year old snooker professional is seeking a notable diversion. He is recommended to invest his shattered nerves in a rich man's ten day holiday at Turtle Island's Blue Lagoon.
Yes indeed, the same location where the movie The Blue Lagoon was recorded. While there, Mark meets his soul-mate, and the rest is history. I highly recommend it. It isn't always war that changes history.
JoEllen, Conger Books Reviews, USA
5 Stars - Kev Richardson’s Turtle Island, the famous Fijian resort on every tongue and in every yearning breast during the 1980s and 1990s, claimed by Harpers and Queen magazine as “one the 10 top hotels of the World,” is a must for every Romance reader on the planet... and every one of its lovers. Classified fiction is only that some names have been changed, yet every incident and every character is based on the real life experience of Kev and wife Maggie’s two visits during their lucky lives.
Highly recommended is my advice.
Libby Abbott - Aussie eBook Reviews