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In Too Deep (The Men of T-FLAC: The Wrights, Book 4)

(Part of the T-FLAC (#4) Series and T-FLAC: Wright Family (#3) Series)

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Beauty can be deceiving. . . . Tally Cruise has come to Paradise Island for a long-awaited reunion with the father she never knew. But when she arrives, he is nowhere to be found. Still, she is so... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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In the 3rd of her series about the Wright family this time its Michael's Story. Her books just keep getting better.. It hillarious in places and the books has some very good love scenes..Being English and living in the UK.. I love her use of English slang swearwords that she has Tally using no doubt some of you wonder what she means in some them....Tally is a wonderful resourceful female who fights back.. Michael is a strong character too..The book is full of humour and sex and action WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT.. I can't wait for Kane and Derek's story... they are sure to be interesting because none of the brother are what they seem Kane being a Photographer and not just your magazine type either.. and Derek the Rancher his shall be the most interesting since he appears to have a normal life Not is think.. it did hit in the first book Kiss and Tell that none of the brothers had just the normal 9 til 5......I consider this a keep series and down right exciting to read...

strong romantic suspense thriller

With the typhoon coming, former US Navy SEAL Michael Wright knows his margin of safety is shrinking fast, but decides to see what the Serendipity is doing at sea so he watches from his ship Nemesis. While Michael is alone, the Serendipity contains three people, a crewmember, Arnaud the number one assistant to malfeasant Trevor Church, and Trevor's daughter Tally Cruise. The explosion that destroys the Serendipity surprises Michael who rescues Tally and believes the other two are dead.Michael and Tally are attracted to one another from the start though he tries to ignore his feelings as he lives solely for vengeance on her father. Michael plans to use Tally as his pawn even though he finds making love with her brings back to life what her father killed in him. As several attempts on Tally's life occur, she and Michael fall in love. He must decide between a life with his beloved or to continue the plot that has kept him breathing for the past year.Though the actions of others facilitate Michael's decisions, he remains a fresh character dealing with Tally's sparking positive feelings inside him. The story line is action-packed as the lead couple discovers they are IN TOO DEEP in a situation that Michael thought he controlled, but will learn otherwise. Cherry Adair provides readers with a strong romantic suspense thriller starring an anti-hero converted to hero by his intrepid beloved.Harriet Klausner

Action Filled Romantic Suspense

Cherry Adair's "In Too Deep" is her most spectacular novel yet. Tally Cruise, at her biological Dad's invitation, has come to the beautiful, private island Paradise that he owns. Finally, for the first time in her life, her estranged father wants to see her. No sooner does she arrive, then explosions and life threatening things begin happening around her. Ex Navy SEAL Michael Wright rescues her. But Michael has is own agenda to get rid of Tally's father who cost him his eye, his career, and the death of his best friend. The action is non-stop excitement, the sex really sizzles, and the dialogue is witty and funny.Adair does a really good job in developing her characters - their passions and their fears, their strengths and their weaknesses. It's nice to find a book where you truly like both the lead characters, and truly hate some of the evil ones. Its also nice once more see the rest of the Wright family that we met in the first two books - Marnie and Jake, Kyle and Delanie, and a couple twin brothers, Kane and Derek, whose tales I'm sure will follow in books to come. Grab a copy of this book quickly - you will love it!

Wow! Cherry Adair just keeps getting better and better!!

This book is fantastic. Ex-Navy Seal Michael Wright wants revenge on the man who murdered his friend - and when he meets the daughter of his enemy he thinks he's found a sure-fire way to exact it. Unfortunately Tally Cruise is not as close to Papa as Michael hopes, and when an attempt is made to kill her, he ends up as her rescuer. Now that he's got to know her, can he really use her for his revenge? Cherry has penned another great story in the Wright family series (Kiss and Tell, Hide and Seek). If you like danger, intrigue, a hot, hot hero and lots of steam, I recommend it highly!

Steamy Romance by Cherry Adair

With her typical cornball sense of humor, Cherry Adair tells the story of Michael Wainwright (an ex-Navy SEAL on an unofficial mission to avenge the death of his best friend) and Tally Cruise (estranged daughter of the man Michael intends to kill). There is so much going on in this thriller ? it is difficult to sum even half of it up. Michael is a pretty decent - if comical at times - hero. How could you not snicker just a little at a one eyed, tough as nails, ex-Seal with a water phobia, and a three-legged cat? Or a woman who seems to be so extremely clumsy she can hardly stand up on her own two feet, shows no fear of anyone, yet is afraid of the dark? In Too Deep is a pretty decent novel ? once you get past the first four chapters. It just seems that the beginning is kind of stilted, and the humor seems forced at first. After awhile, you get into the story and the characters; by the end of the book I caught myself thinking ?Hmmm? that was pretty good!?I would rate this novel R. Lots and lots of sex scenes ? the first of which happens the very first night they meet. And there are so many scenes that are almost relevant to the plot, I wouldn?t advise skipping them completely ? if you do that sort of thing. And the language can best be described as? salty at best. Violence isn?t all that bad ? Tally gets the crud beat out of her on a regular basis. And what she does to one particular assailant made me laugh (and wince) until I cried!
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