Review: Below the Surface

Below the Surface

Synopsis:

She surfaced from the depths of the sea… and was terrifyingly, inexplicably alone

Briana Devon knows her twin sister would never deliberately leave her—but when she emerges from underwater, Daria and their boat have vanished. Fighting rough waves and a fast-approaching storm, Bree doesn’t have time to question:

if she wants to survive, she has to swim.

Exhausted and terrified, Bree barely makes it to a tiny barrier island, where Cole De Roca, who has also taken shelter, revives her. Bound to Cole by the harrowing experience, she turns to him as she struggles to understand what happened to her sister. What was her twin, whom she thought she knew so well, hiding? What really transpired that terrible afternoon? And what secrets lie dormant…below the surface?

Rating: 5-stars

Review:

Below the Surface from Karen Harper is a deadly tale of suspense. Instantly, I was taken with the surroundings and the character’s dilemma. After coming up from a dive, Bree realizes the boat with her twin sister, are gone. Plus, the dangerous storm brewing over her. Having to leave some equipment behind, Bree tries to make it to shore. But she is struck by lightening and would have drowned to her death. However, luck was on her side. The hero stepped in and came to her rescue. Cole still isn’t sure if the beautiful woman he saved will live.

Bree on the other hand is a determined woman in finding her twin sister. She proves to be strong and fiercely independent. Bree isn’t going to back down until her sister is found. But as they search they find more than they bargained for…and Bree may also be in just as much danger as her twin was. Overall, I loved the intense environment. The bond between sisters was well-done. I could feel the protective sides from the sisters. There was plenty of drama and enough intrigue to keep my attention throughout this book. Action-packed, Below the Surface, was a great read.

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