Release Day review- Hell or High Water by Julie Anne Walker (Book #1 The Deep Six)


Title: Hell or High Water

Hell and High Water

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Author: Julie Anne Walker

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca, July 7, 2015

Pages: 384

Source: Free for review from the publisher

Rating: 4

Sexy Rating: 5

Description from Amazon.com:

Only two things could make former Navy SEAL Leo Anderson return to the world of weapons and warfare. First, a capsule of chemical weapons lost on the ocean floor, and second, a plea for assistance from the one woman he can’t seem to forget-CIA Agent Olivia Mortier.

Now, working together to race against the clock and a deadly terrorist faction, Leo and Olivia must find the missing capsule, all the while battling the intense desire burning between them. If they can survive, can their growing attraction become more than just a momentary flare?

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This is the first book in Julie Anne Walker’s The Deep Six series. It is the story of six former SEALs who band together to form a salvage company to find lost treasure at the bottom of the Caribbean. Their civilian goal is set aside when they agree to help CIA agent Olivia Mortier, an agent they met when in the employ of the Navy.

This is action packed and when Ms. Walker writes action she can pull you into the story as you quickly turn pages to find out what will happen next. It is also sex packed with the lust that does more than simmer between Leo and Olivia. They are often thwarted in their lovemaking attempts which is sometimes very humorous. Olivia is made very human by her very human reaction to violence. Side character, and civilian, Maddy has an initial horror of her circumstances but seems to adapt rather too easily to the situations. The remainder of the salvage crew all have distinct personalities and I look forward to each of their stories in future books of the series.

It always amazes me in these highly violent Romantic Suspense books how the H/h can find time to get-it-on while all kinds of crazy is going on around them or just before their hook-up.

This is a taut thriller and I can surely recommend it to all Romantic Suspense fans.

 

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