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Deep Waters
Deep Waters
Author: Jayne Ann Krentz
Charity Truitt and Elias Winter, two of the Pacific Northwest's most powerful corporate figures, are both facing crises of career and the heart. Fate has brought them together in Washington's tiny Whispering Waters Cove. Each is eager to downsize and simplify, so they're both determined to avoid mergers of any kind -- but when they m...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780671524203
ISBN-10: 0671524208
Publication Date: 12/1/1997
Pages: 400
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  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 136 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 2
A very good suspenbseful read. This is part of a series, but it's the first in the series. It's about a woman with a past she doesn't speak of, and a man with few secrets of his own.
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Helpful Score: 1
Good book, interesting, and entertaining. The mystery is intriguing, and yes the love story to die for.
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Good story... the Water Philosophy was wierd. I kind of skipped over the water remarks. Jayne Ann Krentz has a tendency to touch base on strange subject matter, so if you read her books, it's not that off-the-wall. Liked Charity and the secondary characters a lot. 4 stars.
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I like Jayne Krentz, although some of her earlier work has a touch of old-fashioned physical dominance by the male (in particular, the threat of spanking, usually, which just annoys me). This book doesn't have that slightly outdated and misogynistic feel to it. The relationship between Elias and Charity is allowed to build, although one never has a doubt that they are meant for each other. The suspense in the book is genuine suspense and Elias' self-imposed isolation and remoteness makes for an interesting hero.
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Great book I would recommend to others.


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