Marine Biologist, Chandler Scott, keeps her private life strictly to herself. She is getting over a nasty ordeal and has been badly hurt in the past. So she is wary of anyone trying to get too close to her. Chandler has been heading up a sea life project in the Florida Keys. She’s been very successful in her research so far. When she is told by the US Fish and Wildlife that another biologist has to come on board, she is beyond furious.
Corey Jolsen is the biologist sprung upon Chandler. Corey immediately decides she likes Chandler and becomes determined to find out all there is to know about the secretive woman. But will Corey get more than she bargains for?
Chandler tries keeping her distance and being aloof, but will this be enough to deter Corey? Eventually Corey breaks down Chandler’s barriers. But when Chandler bares her life and soul to Corey, will she stay or run off back to her home in California?
This is the third book I’ve read by Graysen Morgen. There is no doubt about it, Graysen is a terrific storyteller. Each book is so very different.
I loved the two main characters. They were obviously made for each other from the very start. But it’s how and if they get together that is interesting and kept me turning the pages. Both main characters are backed up with a nice cast of minor characters to further the story along. The scenic descriptions are vivid and pulled me totally in, so I could imagine I was there with them all.
Unfortunately, this book has typos and grammatical errors and is in need of a really good editor. It is a real shame, story wise, I would love to give this book top marks. But in view of this and the fact that the book is priced high, it really doesn’t warrant more than an average rating.