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Immediately I was taken by the fluent, easy going writing style of Naughton that acquainted me with Dr. Lisa Maxwell in Jamaica as she explored a cave and makes a discovery. Upon giving a lecture at an auditorium she meets Rafe and my oh my it's like fuel meets a match, they burn together...until Lisa wakes up the next morning.
If there is one thing that got me from the beginning is the inflammable interaction between Lisa and Rafe, they make their interaction a verbal duel that becomes enthralling to follow. Where I expected to receive more of an actual artifact hunt I got character driven storylines. For the main characters the drive to find all three Furies has an emotional background which becomes more evident throughout the story. The action is still substantial as multiple treasure hunters seek the possession of all three Furies too but there are no tombs to explore or chambers to unlock with ancient artifacts. Instead there is a romance driven adventure where the hunt for the third Fury is an exciting accelerant.
I fell head over heels for Rafe with his roguish charms and his calculated ways. He is an international art thief and he is a liar but has a heart for certain matters that made mine answer in return. He hides so much more than initially assumed and he is part of what made me flip the pages.Read more ›
In the center of everything, are the Furies, 3 lost ancient Greek pieces; together, they are a fortune. Dr. Lisa Maxwell finds one of these pieces only to get it stolen one night by a seductive thief, Rafe Sullivan, not a completely immoral and heartless thief, but a thief nonetheless. Lisa finds him and demands the piece back, but Rafe needs the Furies for personal reasons. The best they can do is compromise and together find the 3rd piece - Rafe already had one before stealing Lisa's.
However, they aren't the only ones looking for the Furies and their lives are in danger.
It was a pleasure to read this book. Rafe and Lisa are the kind of characters that fit so well in the story, it's irresistable to continue reading.
Dr Lisa Maxwell is an archaeologist of some renown. Rafe Sullivan is an international antiquities thief. A professional in all respects as he works Lisa. However the tables turn emotionally when they are thrown together to find the relics known as the Furies. It's an all out adventure as they troll through the Bahamas and underwater caves in search of said items.
The Good Stuff.
I really enjoyed the fact that it wasn't the typical swooning female/macho man or man deciding that female is better off without him combo. Both parties know what they want and don't take too long about it which leaves more storytelling time for the hunt..Even though there are quite a few characters, there aren't so many that you can't remember from one page to the next who they are. All in all it was a light hearted read that brings back a bit of faith in the old humanity stakes. Picked it up a few hours ago as a free read cos it had a decent amount of pages and am really pleased that i did. have just put it down having finished it. Kept me reading the whole time,didn't even get up to make a cup of coffee!!
The Bad Stuff
I wouldn't really say that it's bad cos it's kind of in keeping with the feel of the book, but the sexy scenes could've been just a little bit sexier,but it's not a major complaint by any means.
None. it's all good.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not overly, the first 50% was all sexual tension the next 20% sexual and then it got to the adventure, which was good. The characters themselves were ok. Read morePublished on 22 Feb. 2015 by D Wilkins
If you take out all the sex scenes and sexual tension between the leading characters, this novel could be reduced by half. Read morePublished on 12 April 2014 by Cathy
Having read wait for me which is one of the best books I have ever read, thought I'd try this one!! Although def not as good as wait for me, it is a good book in itself. Read morePublished on 21 Mar. 2014 by C. Brand
this book was recommended by my daughter. really glad she told me about it. looking forward to reading others by Elisabeth.Published on 25 Oct. 2013 by Mo Walker
This is the second book I have read in this series, and must say I thoroughly enjoyed the story as I did the first. Read morePublished on 9 Oct. 2013 by ny11
I enjoyed this very much, great for a freebie, the only criticism is that there was a couple of references to English people and they were not very nice so feel the author doesn't... Read morePublished on 5 Oct. 2013 by DeeDee
good story line, love and romance quite similar to mills and boon , easy book by the pool or beachPublished on 4 Oct. 2013 by C. L. Lewis
Was a great read! Kept me occupied during my commute and couldn't wait for the next time I had the chance to read!Published on 23 Sept. 2013 by Billie
What a really brilliant story. Well written and good value for the money. Can't wait to ready the next book in the series.Published on 7 April 2013 by jb