The best way to describe this book is it's a tamer version of Fifty Shades of Grey. The two main characters, Sophie and Clayton, both face their own obstacles that test the boundaries of what they can handle. Sophie has overbearing parents that don't approve of her decisions, and Clayton has deep rooted issues that he must overcome.
If you're looking for one last "beach read" to squeeze in before the seasons change, you can't go wrong with a book set in the Maldives. I could practically see the crystal clear water in my head. When you get to the end, you'll be wishing Colet Abedi had already released a follow up book.