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Posted October 20, 2013
From the very beginning, you can't help but feel a sense of foreboding that only the best suspense novels are known for. With a multimillion dollar boat crash, Seychelle is quickly up to her eyeballs helping a close friend save his career before his baby comes. Wreckers' Key is a book loaded with great characters and mysteries. While this is book 4 of the series, it can be enjoyed as a stand alone book. Grab a cup of hot chocolate and set sail on a suspenseful adventure.
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Posted November 15, 2013
I enjoyed since I'm familar with the Keys & Key West. Also have a sailboat. It was a little slow & the ending rather aburpt but still was suspensful & I still enjoyed the read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 27, 2007
After establishing herself as virtually the only female tugboat captain in Fort Lauderdale, Seychelle Sullivan is used to fighting for respect and her share of the towing business. Now however, salvage operations that bill millions of dollars rescuing multi-million dollar playboy yachts (versus the hundreds of dollars earned by towing companies) have made the division between towers and salvagers greater and potentially violent. With tensions high at her home stemming from a lawsuit brought by an unhappy client, Seychelle eagerly agrees to help her friend Nestor Frias tow a millionaire¿s megayacht. When Nestor dies in a freak windsurfing accident after making accusations of sabotage of the yacht¿s navigation system, Seychelle is pressured by his very pregnant widow to investigate his death, throwing her into the cutthroat world of salvagers and modern-day pirates. The fourth in an increasingly popular series, Kling brings to the reader the unique, beautiful, and deadly world of Florida Keys. In love with her part-Samoan deckhand BJ, she is torn by her fear of having children and his love of them. Her fear of commitment and BJ¿s growing closeness to his nursing school classmate has Seychelle vulnerable to the charms of her childhood friend who has left his geekiness behind and blossomed into full on hunkdom. As Seychelle navigates between predatory millionaires, greedy salvagers, and her own personal fears, the reader is drawn into a riveting read that charges full ahead to a dramatic ending. This is a strong entry in a very emotionally taut and moving series that continues to please and draw in new fans.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 9, 2008
Though it is only three years since she inherited her late father¿s tugboat, Seychelle ¿Sey¿ Sullivan struggles to keep the business afloat as the insurance is a fortune and her unscrupulous competitors use modern technology and amoral tactics to beat her to the job. Now Sey also deals with a lawsuit. --- Currently she is leaving her Fort Lauderdale base to help a friend in Key West. Nestor Frias is the captain of wealthy Ted Berger's yacht that needs towing to a repair dock. However, Nestor dies in what looks like a tragic accident except his pregnant wife Catalina believes he was murdered. Sey also has doubts as her late friend told her someone did something to the GPS, which fits nicely into her wondering how Ocean Towing always gets to the stranded vessels even before the Coast Guard arrives. Furthermore she ponders whether the owner Neville Pinder is somehow causing the beaching of yachts onto reefs and perhaps Nestor found the proof though Sey also thinks the concept is foolish. That is until someone starts stalking her. --- This is an interesting nautical whodunit starring a beleaguered (just ask her dog) tugboat Annie struggling to keep her business sailing against rivals with much more capital, better equipment, and no scruples. The story line is action-packed especially at sea where Sey has her legs anchored. Readers who appreciate a deep suspense thriller will want to join Sey on and off the Florida coast as she soon finds staying alive has become her prime issue. --- Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 7, 2011
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