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In Too Deep

When Michael Wright first sees Tally Cruise, it appears that she is the girlfriend of her father's henchman, but learns otherwise when this ex Navy seal rescues her from the explosion that ostensibly killed all the others aboard Tally's father's boat. From the moment th...
When Michael Wright first sees Tally Cruise, it appears that she is the girlfriend of her father's henchman, but learns otherwise when this ex Navy seal rescues her from the explosion that ostensibly killed all the others aboard Tally's father's boat. From the moment they meet, Tally and Michael are drawn to one another, leading to some of the hottest sex scenes you will find in a non erotica labeled book.

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 to die for 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. ****


Reviewed by Amanda Killgore.

posted by Anonymous on September 20, 2002

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Not recommended

It made me mad that the "hero" uses the girl to get revenge on the father which includes sleeping with her, yet she forgives all? And the word ugly and plain is used to describe her several times which was a turn off. Don't recommend!

posted by 9394860 on October 6, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2002

    In Too Deep

    When Michael Wright first sees Tally Cruise, it appears that she is the girlfriend of her father's henchman, but learns otherwise when this ex Navy seal rescues her from the explosion that ostensibly killed all the others aboard Tally's father's boat. From the moment they meet, Tally and Michael are drawn to one another, leading to some of the hottest sex scenes you will find in a non erotica labeled book. <BR><BR> 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. <BR><BR> **** Though Micheal is one of the to die for 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. **** </p><BR> Reviewed by Amanda Killgore.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    strong romantic suspense thriller

    With the typhoon coming, former US Navy SEAL Michael Wright knows his margin of safety is shrinking fast, but decides to see what the Serendipity is doing at sea so he watches from his ship Nemesis. While Michael is alone, the Serendipity contains three people, a crewmember, Arnaud the number one assistant to malfeasant Trevor Church, and Trevor¿s daughter Tally Cruise. The explosion that destroys the Serendipity surprises Michael who rescues Tally and believes the other two are dead. <P>Michael and Tally are attracted to one another from the start though he tries to ignore his feelings as he lives solely for vengeance on her father. Michael plans to use Tally as his pawn even though he finds making love with her brings back to life what her father killed in him. As several attempts on Tally¿s life occur, she and Michael fall in love. He must decide between a life with his beloved or to continue the plot that has kept him breathing for the past year. <P>Though the actions of others facilitate Michael¿s decisions, he remains a fresh character dealing with Tally¿s sparking positive feelings inside him. The story line is action-packed as the lead couple discovers they are IN TOO DEEP in a situation that Michael thought he controlled, but will learn otherwise. Cherry Adair provides readers with a strong romantic suspense thriller starring an anti-hero converted to hero by his intrepid beloved. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2005

    Good Book

    THis is my second book by this author and while I prefer the other book (Hide and Seek) I did enjoy this one. THe romance was wonderful - the action was great although I felt that the real action started more towards the end of the book. I loved Tally's attitude and how she always saw the best in people/things and she had a great spirit. And Michael who saw the true beauty in Tally. I also loved the ending of the book with all family together. I really like this author. I have finally found a another author that I like.

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