January 3, 2012

Top Off Tuesday (5)

Top Off Tuesday is hosted by Felicia from Geeky Blogger's Book Blog, Amanda from On A Book Bender, and Christi from Smitten With Reading. The button is courtesy of Missie from The Unread Reader.

My pick for this week is In Too Deep by Cherry Adair. And aside from the lack of an eye-patch, the guy on the cover was always how I imagined Michael would look. So yummy!

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 thrilled by the seductive beauty of the island that she doesn’t see the danger that is boiling right below the surface—until a mysterious explosion nearly kills her. She is rescued by an enigmatic man whose intensity is as undeniable as his sex appeal… a mysterious stranger who is not what he seems.

Michael Wright is on Paradise to settle an old score with Tally’s father, the man responsible for the accident that ended his Navy SEAL career… and killed his best friend. But even though he hopes to use Tally to reach his target, Michael cannot deny the deep feelings she inspires within him, or the fact that her life is in serious danger. Paradise Island is a place full of hidden intrigue and peril, as deadly as it is beautiful, and Michael will need every skill he learned as a SEAL to ensure that he and Tally escape alive…


  1. The woman is blocking our view of the man chest. I don't approve. ;)

  2. I know! This one is heavy on the sweet and too light on the man-chest. Push that chick outta the way!

  3. lol Yes, I totally agree she has to go.

  4. totally laughed out loud at Rubita's comment... she nailed it!
    HA HA HA
    Happy New Year

  5. Happy New Year to you as well :)

  6. LOL...you girls are vicious when it comes to your view, but he is awfully pretty. The book sounds good too! smiles...

  7. You guys crack me up :) The chick has got to go---totally agree :)


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