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- Print Length: 177 pages
- Publisher: Lock & Key Publications; 1 edition (8 Aug. 2014)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00LXJ3I1U
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- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #969,513 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Oceans Submerged: Book Two, The Oceans Series Kindle Edition
|Length: 177 pages|
Top Customer Reviews
I predicted that this journey was gonna get much harder before it got better and I wasn't wrong. These people all have some serious issues and violent, destructive tendencies. But that's what I love most about this series, it makes the characters feel more real; their not perfect cookie-cutter clones from another book ~ they're are unique in their own screwed up ways. I love every last dark part of them even when I wanna throat punch them. Livie was the one who had to be strong this time around as Ocean lost his head; I was so friggin proud of her, as my heart was tearing apart at Ocean's downward spiral. We also get a fabulous addition to the Hawthorne crew, Blue is as spunky as Livie but she is also hiding some serious demons that we only get to see the surface of. OH- and let me just say; nothing like THAT ever happens when I have a movie night :( frig that was hott.
We are once again left with a whopper of a cliffhanger and I can't even begin to imagine how this new twist will affect Ocean's well being or his relationship with Livie. Shiz is about to get crazier, I have no doubt. Which begs the question ~ WHEN THE HELL DOES THE NEXT BOOK COME OUT?!
Independent reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock.
First of all I have to say I am glad I got the books to read I loved this series and hope there will more at least another book if not more.
From the first page to the last page of the 3rd book I was so hooked and couldn't put the books down.
Having finished the first book I was glad I had the second one so I could continue with the next one as I was too excited and couldn't wait for what happens next.
Story line is a great one and you can see how that would happen in real life (not saying it has). I admire the characters in how they all deal with all their ordeals and still they cling to each other for support/ lifeline.
As I said before I absolutely loved the books and read them all in just under 3 day. I can only give it 5 star I would give it a lot more if I could.
Best series I read in a long while.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I fell in love with Law, Ocean, and Livie in Ocean Collide and was glad to get more of them in this story. It's told in all of their points of view. They are awesome characters and love that we get to get into their heads. I love that they have an instant connection to each other. Law and Livie have a brother sister relationship, while Livie and Ocean have a steamy relationship.
Ocean and Livie go through a lot in this book. Both are broken and this book I feel as though they work on putting the broken pieces back together.
There are new characters introduced in this book. Law gets a love interest in this book. She is perfect for him. I love how when Livie meets her she know that she will be perfect for Law.
Towards the end there are some really great moments. You think everything is going to be fine then M.A. DeOlmos throws in a twist with a minor cliffhanger. I can't wait to read more.
I was so relieved that I was able to start this book right after I finished Oceans Collide. I loved that it started out right where book 1 ended. It didn't recap the ending, it just picked right up where you were left, and I love when books do that.
In Oceans Collide you meet Law, Liv and Ocean. They are all continued characters, and we also get to meet Dulce in this story as a new character. Right from the start she fits right in and makes the perfect 4th person to the group.
In Oceans Submerged Law's, Liv's and Ocean's lives continue to go through twist and turns through out their relationships. At one point Ocean made me want to throw my kindle because of a situation he gets himself in, then he can't even remember what happened the next day. I couldn't believe that he was able to slip back to his old ways so fast. I really liked him, and that just took a little away from him in my opinion. I still love Law and I am happy that his life is coming together. That he is happy in his relationships. I love the relationship that Law, Live and Ocean continue to have. It even gets a little crazy towards the end of the story but I guess its because they are pretty comfortable with each other. There are also some pretty hot scenes as well if you like that type of thing! Which, I must say... I don't mind it one bit!
I loved the loving moments in the story, when Law or Ocean said what they felt. My favorite was...
"I want to fight for us. I want to fight to give you the things in life that you deserve the most. I want to be a good man for you. I want you to feel safe and loved by me at all times, even in my dick moments because there will be plenty of those. I want to be able to get down on one knee for you and when I do, I don't want there to be one single doubt in your mind that I'm not right for you."
This is a great continuation story in this Series. Once again I am left with wanting to dive right into book 3 but unfortunately I don't have it yet!!..UGH.... I guess I will have to wait, but I am looking forward to seeing how everything will fall into place. Once again the ending is pretty suspenseful with an OMG moment!!! A great job so far on this series from M.A. DeOlmoss!
Law, Ocean and Livie are back, picking up at the heartbreaking scene from the end of Oceans Collide and Ocean standing guard by Livie's bed willing her awake and Law barely coping himself but trying to hold it together for the three of them
Ocean copes with things the only way he knows how when Livie is sent to rehab and journeys back into the darkness, fighting his own addiction demon. I cant help but wonder if his heartfelt (if not a little cheesy in my opinion) promise of forever in front of family and friends is enough to help him fight the urge and not slip back into addiction.
The introduction of the beautiful 'Shakira' lookalike, Dulce, had Law's hormones racing and in typical Law style, being the 100% protective alpha male staking his claim. This girl has attitude and problems of her own and works hard to break down her barriers. The woman doesn't stand a chance.
As with the first book, there are a few editing errors (damper I/o dapper) but it is still delivered in the authors realistic language and a modern style of speaking you would expect from these characters. I was disappointed that M.A.Deolmos didn't delve further into the psych side of Liv's stay in rehab and her working through her cutting issues - is she okay with this now? this isn't really addressed so im not sure if it is something we are going to see again in further books.
While I didn't personally find this book as intense as Oceans Collide, we are left with another cliff-hanger which excites me. Not nearly as dramatic as the first book you just know that Ocean is going to be reeling and on top of what he is already fighting against - it sets up for the follow on quite nicely.
Livie will fight with all her power to keep her relationship with Ocean. Dulce is Livie's friend and roommate, she doesn't trust guys easily. Law has found the one that he wants to be with in Dulce, beat up Ocean the next day after Ocean hurt his jaw. Ocean started doing coke again when Livie went into rehab, he seems very scared that he is going to loose Livie, he made her promise that if she met someone in rehab that she would go with him. Layla the one who was taking care of Livie, says that Livie is part of the family. Unk- is Ocean's dad, Law's uncle and Layla's brother. Santi is Livie's physical therapist. Oscar is mean, gross and he shouldn't be working at the rehab center he prays on the innocent victims.
This is an amazing it fit right in with the first book. I again I couldn't put this book down. I loved it. I loved how Law met his one and that he is going have to work to get her. I also loved that all the characters were very well developed. I loved how M.A. DeOlmos style of writing and I look forward to reading more of her books. I can't wait for the third book to this series because I really want to know what happens next. I found this author she is know one of my favorites and if I could give this book more then five stars I would. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has read the first book.
The first book, Oceans Collide, ended with one MAJOR cliffhanger and Oceans Submerged picked up right where the first one ended. The pace from the first page was fast and never let up until I finished the last page.
The book opened with Law and Ocean trying to get to Liv after she has attempted suicide. Did they get there in time? Does she survive? The answer, of course, is yes, and Ocean and Law are there by her side through her whole stay at the hospital. But, this is the beginning of many challenges for Liv and Ocean. As she goes off to rehab for her physical injury and mental health, Ocean finds himself left behind. This brings up his old issues of abandonment. Will he be brave, or will he fall into his old, destructive habits to deal with his pain?
I found this book to be better than the first one. The characters’ personalities were explored at a deeper level. I got to see more of Ocean’s issues and how her suicide attempt really affected him. Part of the time I wanted to slap him, but like Liv, I couldn’t stay mad at him for long. He’s so in love with her, but he’s so INTENSE! Sometimes he can be a bit scary. I was happy to see Liv maturing and helping others, especially Dulce. She is a new character and love interest for Law. She seems to be carrying much more baggage than Liv, Law, and Ocean. It will be interesting to see how this relationship will play out between Law and Dulce and how her past will affect them. As with the first book, BIG SURPRISE at the end! So, of course, the author has me waiting on pins and needles for the last book in the series.
As an important endnote, DeOlmos deals with some heavy issues but in a very sensitive way. Suicide is such an important issue, and so many people choose this as their only way out. DeOlmos does a great job of showing that people in so much pain feel that this is their option of ending that pain. But, she also is very realistic in showing how that decision affects the loved ones who are left behind. Great book!!!!!