Overall, I think you did fairly well. I'm not a fan of the overtly sexual poses and tight dresses, but that's just personal taste. I think you maintained a charming "island girl" theme quite nicely - flowers, bare feet, nature, sun.
I think the vignette or burned border, whatever, looks tacky. However, your signature is (thank god!) fairly discrete and does not distract in most images. I think the contrast is too high in all of these images. They appear somewhat harsh.
#1: Strangely uncomfortable-looking pose. Chopped toes. Nice background.
#2: Face and flower need more light. Crop seems too tight.
#3: Good DOF. Need more light in face. Nice comp.
#5: Chopped legs. Pose doesn't look natural. Good DOF.
#6: Lots of awkward angles. Stray foot. Meh...
#7: Face needs more light. Unnatural pose looks strained. Nice comp.
#8: Chopped arms. Face underexposed. Decent comp.
#9: Cute pose. Face underexposed. Watch that left crop - it's too tight. Good composition and DOF (I think the gentle blurring on her sunlit toes was a smart move to avoid distraction).
#10: Overexposed face. Harsh shadows. Weird pose.
Posing women with trees unfortunately evokes sexual metaphor all too often. As a prop, I think it rarely works well. Of course, if that message was your intention, then you succeeded.
Otherwise, she's a beautiful model and these photos generally flatter her nicely.
I think that Cayto and Jaemie made some good comments. To add to it, some of these shots are great. As a set, I would like to see the "look" to be more harmonious. 2 and 3 are dark, and the last one is too sunny. More consistency with the editing. Great set though!