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Riptide (Cutter Cay, Bk 2)
Riptide - Cutter Cay, Bk 2
Author: Cherry Adair
Princess Bria Visconti demands the return of the money her brother rashly invested in Cutter Salvage. Treasure hunter Nick Cutter is too reckless, too arrogant -- and far too handsome -- for his own good. But he can’t charm his way out of this one. Bria plans to make Nick pay up even if she has to board his boat, don a wet suit, and dive f...  more »
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PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780312371982
ISBN-10: 0312371985
Publication Date: 8/30/2011
Pages: 344
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 70 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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mamadoodle avatar reviewed Riptide (Cutter Cay, Bk 2) on + 1105 more book reviews
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Horrible! I hate a made up country, I really despise a "down on her luck working Princess" and any woman who'd land on a small ship wearing 5 inch heels gets what she deserves. 1 star
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reviewed Riptide (Cutter Cay, Bk 2) on + 7 more book reviews
I love Cherry Adair books, and this one was just as wonderful as her other books.
lighthouse-lady avatar reviewed Riptide (Cutter Cay, Bk 2) on + 13 more book reviews
Riptide is the second book in the Cutter Cay series and it's Nick "Mr. Spock" Cutter's story. At first I didn't really like either of the main characters (Bria is a bit too "fashionista smartass" for me, and Nick is Mr Iceman). Aside from some intense sexual heat, Nick and Bria didn't really like each other at all at first - they got on each other's nerves big time and neither one wanted to be anywhere NEAR the other. I prefer when at least one or the other of the main characters has it bad for the other. But I'm so glad I struggled through the beginning parts, because it definitely picked up. As with most Cherry Adair books, there is an unbalanced ratio of action and romance... the action and mystery and intrigue definitely take center stage with Nick and Bria's sexual attraction closing in on the edges. It took a long time for them to admit, even to themselves, that they were actually having feelings for the other, but there was definitely a softening on both sides, and the adventure aspect.... I felt like I was reading Indiana Jones meets Romancing the Stone meets Die Hard. There is buried treasure and diamond smugglers and haughty queens and dead bodies on top of a sizzling romance. Cherry Adair - you got me! I was almost hyperventilating from panic while reading the climactic scene (chapters of it!). It was almost over-the-top with the way everything happened, but still so, so good. How can I possibly wait until next YEAR for the next story? Thankfully there is a long lost brother, so that means TWO more Cutter books.

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