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Deep Blue Secret (The Water Keepers Book 1) by [Anderson, Christie]
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"Anderson is the newest and hottest writer there is. It is believed that if this series goes as hot as we think it is, it will be better than Twilight! Stephenie Meyer, look out!" ~Young Readers Group of Maine

"Every once in a while I come across a writer that is such a great storyteller, I can't put the book down. I forget where I am, what time it is, and if there's anyone around me... Christie Anderson is such a writer." ~Karen Hoover, Author of The Wolfchild Saga

Deep Blue Secret is Book 1 of the Water Keepers series
A sweet, mysterious teen romance with a refreshing fantasy twist.

California teen Sadie James thinks her life couldn't get any better. She has great friends, an energetic mother she adores, and the beach practically in her own backyard. But her carefree life is turned upside down when she's rescued by a mysterious and strangely familiar boy who won't even tell her his name. Each time the boy appears, Sadie's unexplainable attraction to him deepens along with her need to unravel his secrets. The boy is there to protect her, but as wonderful and exciting as it might be to have an irresistible boy with crystal green eyes protecting her every move, every minute of the day...why does Sadie need one? As Sadie finds answers, she realizes her life isn't as perfect as she thought. Not only is she caught in a world of dangerous secret agents she never knew existed, but it turns out her true identity may be the greatest secret of all.

READING LEVEL: Teen, Young Adult (Mild violence, NO explicit sexual content or profanity)
PRINT LENGTH: 358 Pages

About the Author

CHRISTIE ANDERSON grew up in Southern California and goes back to visit every year. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University and currently lives in Salt Lake City with her husband. Visit her Web site at www.christieanderson.org

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The first time I read this, I thought it was a awesome book. But after I finished it, I found that instead of rereading this book, I reread all the other books I had. I guess it wasn't good enough for me to read it over an over, unlike some other books I've read. Still, it was a good book!
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wonderful read
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I work nights sometimes it gets boring i found this book and omg it took me to another world hard to put down
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1.0 out of 5 stars Here's what the reader can expect July 23 2014
By Calabi - Published on Amazon.com
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" My little body shuttered from the unexpected sound."

"I pranced to the front door." No one walks in this book. If a character isn't prancing she's skipping, trotting, strolling, traipsing, scurrying, scampering, creeping, hopping or lurking. True, lurking means to wait but in this book it becomes a form of motion.

"Her lean physique approached my direction with purpose." This sentence speaks for itself.

"I slid from the fluffy sanctuary." Most of us refer to this as a bed.

Four paragraphs were devoted to her laying her towel on the beach sand. That was memorable, especially since it had
nothing to do with the story and was never mentioned again!

Thirteen pages were needed to describe the first few moments of meeting between Sadie and the strange boy! Most of it was her explaining how she immediately fell in love with him even though, they "barely knew each other." Barely? They knew each other about 2 minutes.

In all fairness, the book may have improved but I only made it through a third before giving up.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good enough to want the other books. Oct. 21 2013
By Kah-pow - Published on Amazon.com
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It wasn't the best book I've read but it held my interest enough that I think I'll buy the other books. My only complaint is it takes 12 chapters into the book before she gets to the point and you find out what is really going on. So for the most part that was slow to me. I pushed on and I'm thankful I did because it got really interesting after that. It was really unique a nice change from the usual supernatural/fantasy plots lines. I hope the other books will be a bit more fast paced but I do definitely recommend this one. Hang in there if you're like me and are getting frustrated with the book by Chapter 10. She does eventually cut to the chase but it takes a little bit. Be Patient.
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5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME!!!!!! Dec 18 2014
By en creshio - Published on Amazon.com
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Honestly this review is way over due. I first read this book almost four years ago, and read it's first edition. I loved it! The characters are well developed, as is the plot, and is not overly sappy like most young adult/teen novels. It offers you not only the romance, but mystery and intrigue as well. I enjoyed it so much, that when the author was hunting for people to privately review a revised edition before publishing, I jumped at the chance. If I loved it before, it was even better after. She added some chapters to give you a more in-depth character background (which will help in the books to come), as well as made some slight changes to the main character, Sadie, to seem more mature. I really do encourage you to read this book. Compared to most other teen/ya novels out there, it is fresh and exciting and will leave you wanting more!

In the interest of full disclosure, I paid for my original copy, but when I volunteered to participate in the review of the second edition, I received a free copy from the author.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Slow, But Nicely Done With the End Feb. 13 2014
By Sophia Lin @ Bookwyrming Thoughts - Published on Amazon.com
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Original Rating: 3.5
Original Review can be found over at Bookwyrming Thoughts

Well, Deep Blue Secret isn't a page-turner, thriller and action/adventure fans, but it has this thing where it keeps you reading. It's slow paced, yet good pace that it doesn't let the reader down but builds up and becomes more interesting – sort of – the further you read in the book.

It is, however, not too impressive on my radar. Probably memorable though.

Goodreads, take out Mermaids being a shelf ASAP. This is not about mermaids, so quit trolling potential readers.

Sadie, you are a DAMSEL in distress. Literally. Up and down with the mood swings, I kind of thought you were bipolar for awhile. Of course, you're still a damsel in distress. And you seem really happy and not having a care in the world. It's time to pull out the excited, happy girl from The Photo Traveler's review folks.

Rayne, you seem too perfect. Quit being the white knight on a silky sleek horse and let Sadie be the heroine once in awhile instead of saving her 24/7. And yes, I am WELL aware that you have good reason to be overly protective.

Sadie's mom, you're too happy, but you're perfect. Adopt me? You seem like a really cool mom to have. And I would love to have a bear shaped pancake. x)

Heather, you're almost perfect. I might be squirming with how the likes and totallys seem out of place though, but you're an awesome friend.

Voss, you are a typical villain in terms of looks. Too creepy. You put Voldemort and his famous "nose" to shame. Of course, that won't matter much since you're quite clever in your schemes. And reading the excerpt for book 2, I'm curious as to what you are up to next. Mind giving me a hint? I promise I won't tell anyone else. ;)

Good transitions, but if you like a story that slowly builds up, then it's free on Amazon. Try it out and see, but I warn you of a cliffhanger (not surprising though...). :3

Just a totally random and unrelated thought, but I always love it when I get a review request, recognize the book and then find out I actually have the book. Lucky 13. I'll live for the day when I manage to get to 50% of my library read. The calculator's answer? 0.016169154228855721393034825870647

Oh gods. That's barely a blip.
5.0 out of 5 stars Deep Blue Secret Dec 17 2015
By Jolene Wipf - Published on Amazon.com
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This book takes readers into a new world. It is not the typical fantasy worlds that are so popular now with witches, vampires, or were wolves. Instead, this other world is beautiful but must be kept secret because this other world has magical water with healing powers. Our world and this other world, called Ambrosia, collided a little over a decade ago when a man from Ambrosia was sent to Earth for official business but he met and fell in love with a woman from earth and they had a child together. Eventually, the man thought the woman and his daughter would be better off without him and he went back to his world. The daugher's name is Sadie. Since Sadie has blood from both worlds, she needs the healing water to survive so Rayne is sent to earth from Ambrosia to look after Sadie. Rayne is supposed to not let Sadie know who he is, or how special she is, or that she needs the healing water to survive. However, their feelings for each other grow and Rayne tells Sadie the truth. There are also some bad guys in the book to keep things interesting. Actually, the book is interesting. The characters are well developed and draw you in. Even though is is a book geared toward teens, anyone can enjoy it. I am most definitely not a teen and I loved this book. I recommend this book for those looking for escape into another world, literally.