In Too Deep Mass Market Paperback – Aug 27 2002
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“Sexy, funny, and wild! Hang on and enjoy the ride!”
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"Beauty can be deceiving. . . .
Tally Cruise has come to Paradise Island for a long-awaited reunion with the father she never knew. But when she arrives, he is nowhere to be found. Still, she is so thrilled by the seductive beauty of the island that she doesn't see the danger that is boiling right below the surface--until a mysterious explosion nearly kills her. She is rescued by an enigmatic man whose intensity is as undeniable as his sex appeal . . . a mysterious stranger who is not what he seems.
Michael Wright is on Paradise to settle an old score with Tally's father, the man responsible for the accident that ended his Navy SEAL career . . . and killed his best friend. But even though he hopes to use Tally to reach his target, Michael cannot deny the deep feelings she inspires within him, or the fact that her life is in serious danger. Paradise Island is a place full of hidden intrigue and peril, as deadly as it is beautiful, and Michael will need every skill he learned as a SEAL to ensure that he and Tally escape alive. . . .
IN TOO DEEP
Top Customer Reviews
For years, Michael has worked to end the career of the criminal who ended his partner and friend's life. Yet he now finds himself in love with the villain's daughter, an innocent raised away from his criminal activities. As they grow closer, his dilema worsens. Yet, all is not as it appears, and hidden things come out of the sea to attempt to wreck havoc in Michael and Tally's romance and lives.
...Though Micheal is one of the ...hunks of the romance world, and Tally is endearing with her many quirks that bring laughter to the novel, I found the plot a bit thin. Without the love scenes, there would be little left to the book, and some readers might find the explicity offensive. However, there is strong characterization and a good element of humor.
No, it's not a 'nice' situation, but an interesting dilemma. While the whole 'Navy SEAL and villain on private island' scenario might not be something likely to happen in everyday living, books are often about escapism and here's a good example. The two central characters remain the focus of the story, but there is plenty of them to do and enough intrigue and suspense to keep the plot developing briskly. Lots of heat between Michael and Tally too. Tally is honest, brave and engaging. Michael is a wounded warrior with issues to resolve. A lot of action, a lot of emotion, a lot of conflict, and a lot to work through. I enjoyed the book - a lot.
A year had passed since ex navy SEAL Michael Wright had visited Paradise Island. His last visit had made a sudden life changing impact by costing him his eye, career, and the death of his best friend. He now finds himself once again back at Paradise with the sole intent to seek out and destroy the demented soul responsible for all the pain he has had to endure. Having the island under surveillance gives him the perfect opportunity to plot out his revenge. He is stunned when the yacht carrying his archenemies daughter, Tally Cruise, unexpectedly explodes right before his eye. His gaze combs the sea to search for any survivors; miraculously he spies Tally and brings her safety aboard his ship. In her he sees a pawn that is ready to be used.
Paradise is no always as it appears . . .
Tally Cruise had arrived at Paradise Island to be reunited with a father that she had never known. The majestic beauty of the island lures her to believe that this reunion will be everything she had ever dreamed. Unexpectedly, the yacht she arrives on explodes under her feet. She finds herself hurled into the turbulent sea. Incredibly, she is saved when an unknown hand fishes her out of the ocean, and pulls her safety to the deck of his ship. When her gazes meets her guardian angel, she finds herself staring into the face of a pirate. Will this pirate succeed in capturing her heart, or destroy her in the process?
Cherry Adair's In Too Deep sizzles with every turn of the page. She has successfully loaded this captivating novel with some of the steamiest ammunition that includes such intriguing elements as mystery, suspense, and the true essence of romance. This book will fast become a rarity, for it is sure to be on everyone's who reads it keeper shelf. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Most recent customer reviews
Tally Cruise comes to Paradise Island to reunite with her father, an enemy of Michael Wright. Michael blames him for the destruction of his career as a Navy SEAL. Read morePublished on May 5 2013 by Stephanie
It's a fun read. Funny, sexy and suspenseful. The plot wasn't perfect, but the characters made up for the the sometimes unconvincing circumstances.Published on June 25 2004 by Nathania E.
I had hoped for much more from my first Cherry Adair book - the recommendations had been so good. But the writing is simplistic, the characters lack dimension, the "suspense" is... Read morePublished on May 13 2004
In Too Deep by Cherry Adair is an exciting book throughout !! I loved the characters and the plot had me glued to my sofa for a long, long time.Published on April 7 2004 by lizbeth star
Cherry Adair just keeps getting better.
This book grabs you by the throat and never lets go. I felt for Michael and Tally for their fears. Read more
This book is totally Mills and Boon, only thicker. Not suitable for mature readers who are used to novels by writers such as Judith McNaught, Jude Deveraux, Teresa Medeiros,... Read morePublished on June 25 2003
Not up to Adair's usual standard. I don't mind if a book in this genre has an unlikely plot, but it annoys me when it is full of holes. The heroine is pathetic and not very smart. Read morePublished on June 4 2003
I am such a fan of Chery Adair and have enjoyed all the great books she has put out to date. Try this one you will be glad you did!Published on May 23 2003 by Jaki Stevens
I couldn't like Tally at all. I don't know what authors are thinking about making their heroines bumbling or witchy fools. Read morePublished on May 1 2003 by J. Mullally