The thrid book in Cherry Adair's Cutter Cay series plunges into a Vortex of high-sea adventure and romance, where a long-lost treasure is a deadly lure—and love is the most dangerous current of all…SWEPT AWAYSearching for a sunken ship off the coast of Peru, treasure hunter Logan Cutter manages... show more
The thrid book in Cherry Adair's Cutter Cay series plunges into a Vortex of high-sea adventure and romance, where a long-lost treasure is a deadly lure—and love is the most dangerous current of all…SWEPT AWAYSearching for a sunken ship off the coast of Peru, treasure hunter Logan Cutter manages to pull a very different kind of prize from the sea—beautiful gallery owner Daniela Rosada. Dani claims she was thrown overboard by ruthless pirates and begs for his protection. But Logan is no stranger to a woman's lies, and something about her story doesn't add up.IN TOO DEEPWith her knowledge of Peruvian artifacts, Dani offers to help Logan translate an ancient map that will lead them to a shipwrecked treasure—and into a carefully laid trap. But the closer they get, the deeper she falls for him, not realizing that Logan is hiding a secret of his own. By the time she learns the truth about his boat, his brothers—and his blood feud with pirates—it’s too late. By falling in love, they’ve set a course for disaster…“Thrilling and hazardous! When you add in the sensuous sizzle, you have the full Adair package.” —Romantic Times on Undertow
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 22nd 2012
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Cutter Cay (#3)
Every kind of romantic fantasy of a hero that will thrill you and sweep you off your feet is packed into this story!
The eldest brother in the Cutter Cay series is Logan or better known as Wolf. That is as in Lone Wolf. His ship is Sea Wolf. Logan has,for most of his life, detested liars. Danny, or Annie as she suggests her name is, had done nothing but lie to him from the moment he dragged her from the sea to...
Review originally posted here: http://thebookpushers.com/2012/06/06/review-vortex-by-cherry-adair/When I first picked up Adair a few years ago, I didn’t know what to expect. I have to say though, I’m so glad I picked that first book up and continued to read her others, because I know that I’ll alway...
The violence in this book bothered me and I really didn't want a description of the villain's sick sexual exploits, beyond that I found the book okay.This is Logan's book, the eldest Cutter brother, he's responsible and loves running the business and hates liars and his BS meter starts running the m...