Deep Blue Secret by Christie Anderson
Publication date: July 29th 2011
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Number of pages: 370
Series: The Water Keepers (1#)
Source: Review copy provided to me by the publicist. This is my honest opinion.
Date finished reading: 28th November 2013
California teen, Sadie James, thinks her life couldn’t get any better. She has great friends, an energetic mother she adores, and the beach practically in her own backyard. But her carefree life is turned upside down when she’s rescued by a mysterious and strangely familiar boy who won’t even tell her his name.
Each time the boy appears, Sadie’s unexplainable attraction to him deepens along with her need to unravel his secrets. The boy is there to protect her. But as wonderful and exciting as it might be to have an irresistible boy with crystal green eyes protecting her every move, every minute of the day . . . why does Sadie need one?
As Sadie finds answers, she realizes her life isn’t as perfect as she thought. Not only is she caught in a world of dangerous secret agents she never knew existed, but it turns out her true identity may be the greatest secret of all.
However, for some reason I didn’t really develop much of an opinion on it.
Things I liked:
– Sadie; she was a great main character
– It was an easy read
Things I wasn’t so keen on:
– Had a hard time getting into it.
Deep Blue Secret was a cute read that is appropriate for all audiences really and would be an ideal book for summer reading!
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It was a nice, light read and a good follow up to Holes.
Seventeen-year-old Lila Beckwith’s parents just left for vacation, and Lila’s all set to throw the holiday party of the season. But when her Christmas-obsessed little brother, Cooper, discovers that global warming is melting the North Pole, he and his best friend, Tyler, take off on a runaway mission to save Santa.Lila has to get Cooper safely home before her parents get back on Christmas Eve. But the only person who can help her is Tyler’s older brother, Beau a.k.a. Lila’s musician, anti-everything ex-boyfriend.
It’ll take more than a Christmas miracle for Lila and Beau to overcome their differences and find their fugitive brothers. But could a journey destined for disaster help these polar opposites fall in love…all over again?
Aw this was such a cute book! I’m not usually a chick lit fan but I really enjoyed Ex-mas.
I thought it was a good novel with plenty of heart. I got super frustrated with Lila’s relationships (with both Erik and Beau) but that was nothing compared with how frustrated I was with her brother, Cooper. Although Lila’s choices weren’t always exactly golden, but at least realisation finally dawned on her at the end.
I would recommend this book if you want something short and sweet to read. It was a nice book and I really liked it.
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Kate Brian is the prolific author of many books for teens including the Private series, the new Privilege series, and Sweet 16. She lives with her husband in New Jersey. She writes under the pseudonym Kate Brian, instead of using her real name: Kieran Scott.