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- Publication date : February 2, 2016
- File size : 2949 KB
- Print length : 398 pages
- Publisher : Janus Publishing (February 2, 2016)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B018B461JA
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #91,926 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is the main reason for my low score but in addition I also found the novel got a bit bogged down in technical detail and thus boring in the last third of the story. As well the descriptions of sex became repetitive. There were endless references to H and h fantasising about him being buried deep inside her. Finally I thought it was off key for a professional woman to call her boyfriend babycakes in a professional meeting where no less than the AG of the US and the CIA director were present!
There is one issue with this story that kept setting me off: Siberia. It is mentioned in the story that if a bomb goes off near Seattle (US), the tsunami can reach Japan or even Siberia. So, it looks like the term of Siberia is used for the Asian part of Russia, which pretty much is the whole country. In that case Ms. Grant should just say that tsunami can reach Japan and Russia. Because Siberia administratively DOES NOT have access to the Pacific Ocean. Siberia only has access to the Arctic Ocean. The said tsunami can certainly reach the part of Russia called Far East (which is in broad historic term can be considered a part of Siberia, but no Russian will ever call Far East a part of Siberia). I know what I am talking about, I am from the Far Eastern part of Russia (Japan sea).
With that said, I had to put this book down a few times to get over the image of a tsunami reaching Siberia. Otherwise, the book is great.
Undine Gray is an underwater archeologist working in the Strait of Juan de Fuca, northeast of Neah Bay, Washington charting the location of the remains of a sub, the Wrasse that was scheduled for a SINKEX exercise, but went down for unidentified reasons with 7 of her former crew, now retired on board. The sinking occurred at the height of the Cold War during the Cuban Missile Crisis in October, 1962. While diving, a tragic accident occurs and Undine barely survives. She is fished out of the frigid waters by Luke Sevick, someone she never expected to see again.
Former Navy SEAL Luke Sevick is shocked when he realizes that he has just saved Undine Grey, the girl who literally changed his life, and not in a good way. Twelve years ago she lied to him, causing him to lose a career he had been working for and was now completely dead to him. The rage and hate from that time comes rushing back as he realizes who Undine is, but he does everything to save her and stays with her until she regains conscience.
Undine is left with a fear of diving and goes to Luke to help her get back in the water. In spite of everything, he helps her and together they dive on the Wrasse where they discover evidence that someone else has been diving on the wreck.
Something is definitely wrong and although Luke does not want to have anything to do with Undine and her wreck, as a former SEAL and a Lt. Commander in the Navy NOAA he is ordered to pursue the matter. Pursuing Undine was not part of his orders, but you know the old saying: "Hate of just the flipside of Love." When Undine's life is threatened, Luke just can't walk away.
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The plot twists & turns alongside Luke & Undine’s relationship & is packed with action & suspense. Listening I became completely engrossed in the story & would highly recommend it to others. I wanted to find out the ending but also didn’t want the story & my time with Luke & Undine to finish. Needless to say I’ve now downloaded the first book in the series (audio version)for my next archeological adventure.