Book Review

by Cherry Adair

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

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Adair returns to her romantic suspense roots with an underwater treasure hunt that is thrilling and hazardous! This book introduces the Cutter brothers, who are all destined to have their own adventures. The author doesn’t make it easy for her protagonists as they struggle to overcome emotional roadblocks that their pasts have created. Nonstop action plays off the treachery and danger. When you add in the sensuous sizzle, you have the full Adair package!

Teal Williams, master marine mechanic and certified diver, has a distant relationship with her father, Sam. When she learns he’s dying of cancer, Teal takes a job working for Zane Cutter of Cutter Salvage to be near him. Having been burned by a charming man before, Teal wants nothing to do with Zane romantically. For Zane’s part, he can’t believe the scrawny kid he once knew is the grown-up Teal. Zane is on the verge of making the salvage of a lifetime, as he has discovered the location of a Dutch frigate that was lost in 1622 while carrying a treasure. Fighting off thieves and the weather is only the warm-up to a bigger threat! (ST. MARTIN’S, Jan., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: JIll M. Smith

Publisher: ST. MARTIN’S

Published: January 2011

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4.5 Stars

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Great book!

Submitted by calstephanie on May 9, 2013 - 7:07am.

Zane hires Teal for her mechanic abilities and is happy when she appears to be immune to his charms. But before long, they are fighting their attraction to each other along with an unknown enemy who is out to destroy their salvage recovery mission. Passion, kidnapping, explosions and sunken treasure, Undertow has it all. You will not be disappointed. Cherry Adair does a great job of drawing you into the lives of the Cutter men and will leave you wanting more.