Mystical and intense are the words that come to my mind after reading this book. The author Cherry Adair’s vivid imagination and attention to detail makes this a wonderful and exciting read.
Callie’s character is intense and how she orders her life from her traumatic childhood is a great example for all people. She is a fully dimensional character though somewhat lacking in her personal life. For this reason the addition of Jonah’s character is perfect. He is larger than life and continually pushes up against her boundaries not allowing her to stay in her safe zone which forces her to grow personally.
Not having read the other books to this series I do have some questions regarding Rydell’s back history in regards to the Cutter boys. I look forward to reading books 1-3 of the Cutter Cay Series to fill in the holes though it isn’t necessary for reading this book.
I really liked all the intricate details of the dives as I know I will never scuba dive but from her writing I felt like I was there experiencing all the unique events.
Mysticism is an area that can either draw you in or turn you off but in this book I was fully immersed in the possibility that the lost city of Atlantis actually existed. The author did a phenomenal job in developing this part of the book.
I give this 4 stars from making the mysticism believable and the relationship between Callie’s loyalty to Jonah and Rydell realistic.
Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.
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