by Cherry Adair

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Somewhere off the coast of Greece, a king s ransom in gold, emeralds, and silver coins lies waiting at the bottom of the sea. Finding this ancient treasure would be a dream come true for marine archeologist Calista West.  Read more...

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Somewhere off the coast of Greece, a king s ransom in gold, emeralds, and silver coins lies waiting at the bottom of the sea. Finding this ancient treasure would be a dream come true for marine archeologist Calista West. But that s not why she s here. She didn t climb aboard Jonah Cutter s magnificent yacht seeking fortune or fame. She s come for revenge against the sexiest, most seductive, modern-day pirate she s ever encountered

Like his famous half brothers, Jonah is a master of salvaging ships and driving women mad with his movie-star looks and raw animal magnetism. Tall, dark, and devastating, he manages to make Callie forget her mission. Every moment they share under the hot Mediterranean sun is an erotically-charged adventure neither can resist. But when Callie discovers what he s really after the lost city of Atlantis is it too late to change the course of her heart or go all in with the lover of her dreams?


  • ISBN-13: 9781250016348
  • ISBN-10: 1250016347
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publish Date: March 2017
  • Page Count: 352
  • Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 pounds

Series: Cutter Cay

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Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2017-01-30
  • Reviewer: Staff

Panting lust and an undersea mystery are, sadly, not enough to save Adairs weak fourth Cutter Cay contemporary romance (after Vortex). Dr. Callie West is a marine archeologist who signed on to Jonah Cutters expedition near Greece with ulterior motives. She presents herself as married, though shes actually widowed; the last thing she wants is for the enigmatic, darkly handsome Jonah to know shes availableor to find out her true purpose. Jonah battles inner demons, trying to resist his attraction to the very married archeologist whose services he secured from under his archrivals nose. However, neither of them can deny the chemistry thats building during the long days and longer nights in an almost magical place. The heat is sidelined by the possible discovery of the lost city of Atlantis, and by threats from a mysterious group of people determined to undermine their salvage efforts. While the elements surrounding Atlantiss discovery are fascinating, Adair relies much too heavily on sexual yearnings to propel the story, at the expense of an otherwise solid plot. Two-dimensional, sex-obsessed characters dont stand up to the wonder of research and history. Agent: Kimberly Whalen, Whalen Agency. (Mar.)

BookPage Reviews

Romance: Loving and learning

Three women discover new versions of themselves as well as romance in A Million Little Things, part of Susan Mallery’s Mischief Bay series. Zoe Saldivar is dissatisfied with her single life. She needs a big change, but what to do? Her best friend, young mother Jen Beldon, offers no help. Jen is obsessed with her toddler, neglecting her health and her husband, and although she knows her marriage is suffering, she feels powerless to make adjustments. Her own mother, widow Pam Eiland, tries to gently point out the problem, but that causes trouble between mother and daughter. Meanwhile, new romantic possibilities arise for both Pam and Zoe. Complications come fast on the heels of kisses, however, and soon all three women are forced to re-examine who they are and what they want. Readers will find new friends in these sympathetic heroines and root for them to solve their very believable problems.

Both adventure and romance sizzle in Cherry Adair’s Storm­chaser. With pride, family and fortune on the line, Jonah Cutter hires acclaimed marine archaeologist Dr. Calista West for his latest underwater salvage project. There’s treasure off the coast of Greece—perhaps a bounty beyond measure if Jonah’s suspicions are true—and he needs the beautiful doctor to help him prove it. Calista comes aboard his ship with goals of her own, however. She’s there to aid her brother-in-law in getting revenge on the Cutters by scooping this prize from their hands. But she couldn’t have foreseen her wild attraction to handsome Jonah, and the fire between them is mutual. As they explore the mysteries of the Mediterranean Sea, their passion explodes. When a menace threatens their lives, can the two find a way to save themselves and find a way to forever? Adair’s latest is filled with fast-paced, imaginative fun.

In Meredith Duran’s A Lady’s Code of Misconduct, political intrigue drives a captivating historical romance. Crispin Burke, a member of Parliament, awakens after a devastating head injury to find he’s lost five years of his memory and gained a wife—a rich wife named Jane. But as he struggles to learn about this stranger and their relationship, he discovers that during those lost years he was ruthless and manipulative, supporting laws and colleagues for financial gain and power, not for good. News about his marriage is no better—Jane tells him they married for convenience and not for love. None of this sits well with Crispin, and as he traces back through his life, he comes to a better understanding of his family and of his failings. In doing so, he falls for his lovely wife, whom he knows will prove a perfect partner in life and love—if they can survive the danger that stalks them. This Regency romance, part of the Rules for the Reckless series, is a smart love story, peopled with complex and absorbing characters.

This article was originally published in the March 2017 issue of BookPage. Download the entire issue for the Kindle or Nook.

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