Dark Water

Dark Water

by Sharon Sala
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Dark Water 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
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CarolSC More than 1 year ago
I haven't read any of Sharon Sala books that weren't good. I enjoy every one I have read. She is my favorite author and this book did disappoint me
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I have been a Sharon Sala fan for a long time! This book didn't disapoint! Good romance and a mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat! I couldn't put it down!!
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twilighfan More than 1 year ago
ever since ive read Bloodlines under ms.dinah mccall ive been looking forward to read her other storys...it was so fascinating and thrilling.. i really love reading story w/ some twist thrilling and romantic momment..and some happy times of the characters. this one is another great story of ms.dinah or ms.sharon. i love the passionate love of Tony for Sarah. I've never seen such man like him, so dedicated and in love with her over 2 decades. And the love of the characters for each other was so fascinating and the drama unfold from the past when Sarah's father remains showed. and you can really rely on Sarah's feelings when all the town folks of Marmet,Maine was one of the two reason why she was left alone in the world. and her aunt Lorett was a blessing for her and for having a gift of sight that she have learned to trust the man she would love :p "i recommend this to all book lover who loves some romance w/ suspence and for all the daughter's and son's who once had doubted their father)"
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I read this book in less that ten hours time. It was so addictive, I couldn't put it down. The suspense was not roller coaster suspense, but just enough to keep pulling you along at a steady pace. Unlike some of the other reviewers, I enjoyed the relationship between Sarah and Tony. It was not a hot and steamy romance, but I did feel the amount of compassion and concern the characters felt for one another. I especially liked how the killer was not revealed until the moment that the author intended the reader to know the truth. There were no obvious red herrings nor were there the obvious innocent people. It was very well written and I thoroughly enjoyed the twists this author implimented in the story line. I have read other Sharon Sala novels, and enjoyed them very much, but this one stands out as possibly one of the top reads on my list. I can't wait to buy more copies for my friends and family. It is definitely a must read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The three stars were earned for the level of suspense that the story maintained and the strongly developed secondary characters. I was definitely drawn to the mystery portion of the book, but not the romance portion. I did not sense the attraction between Sarah and Tony. I only wish the characters of Sarah and Tony were as well presented as the supporting characters.
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After twenty years, Frank Whitman's body is found in the murky depths of a lake. This discovery calls Sarah Jane, his daughter, out of the exile the citizens of Marmet drove her to when he was accused of stealing a fortune. Her return opens the door to secrets long buried, secrets that lead to the identity of a thief and murderer. Her ally in the search for the truth is town bad boy, Tony De Marco, a man she once and still loves. The passion between them will have to take second place to solving the mystery, before the killer silences Sarah Jane and the truth permanently. **** Sharon Sala once again has a winner on her hands and a treat for her readers in DARK WATER. Though I have enjoyed other books of Ms. Sala's more, one of her works can never be a waste of time or a disappointment. Her heroines are always determined, strong women who are capable of taking care of themselves, yet the addition of a sexy hero is nothing to be ignored. Tony is in every way the alpha male, yet a sensitive and caring one, despite his tainted past. Supporting cast members round out the action filled plot to create a world well worth visiting. **** REVIEWER: Amanda Killgore
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Sarah was only 10 years old, when her beloved father Frank vanished, along with one million dollars from the bank that employed him. The ensuing viscous scandal prompted Frank¿s wife to commit suicide, and Sarah was sent to her Aunt Lorett in New Orleans, much to the relief of the citizens of Marmet, Maine. 20 years after the scandal, Frank¿s body is recovered from the bottom of Flagstaff Lake, and Sarah returns to Marmet, convinced he was murdered, not the thief he was made out to be. Enter Tony ¿Silk¿ DeMarco, local bad boy who turned his life around, thanks to Frank¿s help, when he was a teenager. Determined to assist Sarah in her quest for retribution, and to repay old debts to Frank, Tony and Sarah begin their search for the killer. Attempts are made to silence them, and Tony¿s feelings for Sarah rapidly grow to more than just protector. Aunt Lorett comes toMarmet lend her support to Sarah, and proves a most interesting secondary character, along with other townsfolk and muscle Tony brings in to aide in the search for the killer. ¿Dark Water¿ is a fast paced suspense, with just the right amount of romance mixed in. ¿Silk¿ is a hero to die for, as is customary for Sharon Sala¿s leading men, and Sarah is a remarkably strong woman, considering what she has been through. All in all, a very enjoyable read.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Over two decades ago in Marmet, Maine, local bank vice president Frank Whitman vanished along with one million dollars. The townsfolk ostracized Frank¿s wife and daughter Sarah. Unable to cope, Frank¿s spouse committed suicide and most of the locals sighed with relief when a family friend took Sarah to New Orleans to raise her. In the present, an armored truck robber tries to escape the police by driving his getaway car into Flagstaff Lake. Divers searching for the robber find a foot locker on the bottom of the lake that contains Frank¿s body. Most of the townsfolk including the Sheriff¿s office prefers the theory that Frank¿s accomplice killed him, but Sarah, feeling guilty about how she thought of her father over the years, believes her father is innocent. She arrives in town to prove her case. Knowing that Frank helped him straighten out his life nightclub owner Tony ¿Silk¿ DeMarco returns home from Chicago to assist Sarah. As Silk and Sarah fall in love in front of a hostile community who wants sleeping dogs kept quiet, someone goes one step further trying to silence Sarah permanently. DARK WATER is an exciting romantic suspense with the accent on the tension though the romance is not ignored. The exhilarating story line moves rather quickly forward propelled by the lead couple, especially Sarah, seeking to clear her daddy¿s name. Sharon Sala is in top form in this town without pity powerful tale. Harriet Klausner