Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Review: Undertow by Cherry Adair


Teal Williams is content with her career as a ship’s master mechanic—until Zane Cutter, the “Casanova of the Caribbean,” makes her an offer she can’t refuse: to climb on board with him for a real-life treasure hunt. Teal must help him dredge up a shipwrecked vessel containing an abundance of gold, silver, and emeralds—and she’ll claim part of the prize.


Zane needs a mechanic—not a lover—and Teal, who can also dive, is perfect for the job.  So it suits him just fine that Teal is completely immune to his charms…or so he tells himself.  But with a deadly enemy in their midst—one who’s silently edging closer—Zane and Teal sink into troubled waters. Trapped in the middle of a perilous sea, they have no one to turn to but each other as they face down a danger that runs unfathomably deep—and a passion that runs even deeper…

My Thoughts:
I loved this. Teal and Zane are very different people. Zane is very outgoing and loves to be surrounded by people, especially women. Teal would rather be alone with her engines. They're stuck together on a boat, looking for treasure, against Teal's better judgement. Danger finds them out in the middle of the ocean. They're also insanely attracted to one another and can only fight it for so long. This was a fun and exciting read. I'm glad it's the first of a series. I can't wait to read about Zane's brothers.

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !!!!
*Notes: Language

My Source:

Where to get it:

Amazon | B&N | Cherry Adair Book Store

Where to find the author:

Website | Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest | Goodreads

1 comment:

  1. I enjoy books where the hero and heroine are thrown together and find themselves learning about each other. Thanks for the post.


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