Adam and Eva by Sandra Kitt
They had truly rediscovered the garden of Eden

St John was everything Eva Duncan had been promised. Almost. Lush, warm, exotic and spectacularly beautiful, it was not quite the picture of serenity and tranquillity it was cracked up to be. That was Adam Maxwell's fault. If he had confined his ill humor to her, Eva could have tolerated the neighboring marine biologist. But having flown down to the island with his adoring young daughter, Eva bristled whenever she heard him ordering the child about.

For his daughter's sake, someone had to stand up to this man. Gathering her courage, Eva was determined to do just that, despite the consequences!
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