• Title: Diving Deep
  • Author: P.D. Singer
  • ISBN: 9781635330922
  • Page: 224
  • Format: ebook
  • Diving Deep Adventure danger passion a heady mix that only the select few can breathe and live Standing by while his lover tempted fate deep under the Atlantic drove Lee Preston into the bottle The pain of watc
    Adventure, danger, passion a heady mix that only the select few can breathe and live.Standing by while his lover tempted fate deep under the Atlantic drove Lee Preston into the bottle The pain of watching his captain drown in a sea of booze sent elite wreck diver Bobby MacArthur running.Lee chases whiskey the way Bobby chases adrenaline The farther apart they stay, the bAdventure, danger, passion a heady mix that only the select few can breathe and live.Standing by while his lover tempted fate deep under the Atlantic drove Lee Preston into the bottle The pain of watching his captain drown in a sea of booze sent elite wreck diver Bobby MacArthur running.Lee chases whiskey the way Bobby chases adrenaline The farther apart they stay, the better off they ll both be And if Bobby repeats those words often enough, he might start believing them Now his former partner is calling to his diver soul with the promise of the find of a lifetime Every crazy chance he takes underwater is safe compared to coming back, but if Lee s turning his life around, Bobby will haul his gear back aboard the Bottom Hunter.But not as lovers yet and no booze, no wild gambles two hundred feet below Not even to identify a missing piece of history sunk to the bottom of the Atlantic Fate has given them a chance to redeem what was lost, if they survive.But the sea is jealous of her secrets, and the price of her treasures is high.

    One Reply to “Diving Deep”

    1. Whoa! Fluffy romance, this is not. What I got instead was an adventure, suspense, and a gripping love story that had both men struggling with who they were as individuals and how they might (or might not!) fit together as lovers. It’s not the first time they try this either, they’ve been there, done that, and split up before. Yet there is an undeniable attraction between them, a need to be together, and an ability to work as a team that would have them at the top of their profession –divin [...]

    2. Learned several new things with this one.Probably nothing I will take with me into tomorrow.I check for sharks when I'm in the tub.Showering.It is a good book tho.

    3. *** 5 stars ***When I started reading this book, I wasn't sure if I'll like it. Mostly because I had problems with understanding the language. Never before, I had a need to learn vocabulary about diving. But after my initial problems, I was hooked. This book has two thing that are the most important to me - the intriguing characters and the plot. Lee and Bobby were interesting, both as individuals and as a couple. And I was really glad that they talked to each other about their problems and misu [...]

    4. 2017 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Diving Deep P.D. Singer1) This book has two thing that are the most important to me - the intriguing characters and the plot. Lee and Bobby were interesting, both as individuals and as a couple. And I was really glad that they talked to each other about their problems and misunderstandings. Also, there wasn't insta-solution for Lee's problems and I'm grateful of it. I'd never thought that a book about diving, could fascinate me so much. But thanks to "Divin [...]

    5. The book wasn't what I was expecting, but I really enjoyed it. Lee and Bobby were professional divers and had once been lovers, but they were a bit toxic for each other - Bobby pushed risks and Lee was an alcoholic. The two traits fed on each other until they broke up. Lee got Bobby to come back for a new potentially history-making dive. There was a lot of information about artifact hunting which I was completely unaware of. I liked the fact that Lee's alcoholism wasn't magically cured through t [...]

    6. 3.5A gripping story with two professional divers as MCs. Both of them are flawed: Lee is dependent on alcohol and Bobby on adrenaline. (view spoiler)[There is a happy ending though, and it is not too rushed (hide spoiler)]. Lots of interesting details about diving, without being too technical. As usual with P.D. Singer the writing is solid and the plot engaging.

    7. **4.5 DEEP Stars**The blurb for this book does NOT do it justice. Honestly, I wasn’t sure I’d enjoy the book when I first picked it up based on the blurb, but almost instantly I was soooo glad I did. Diving Deep goes deeper on so many different levels, it is truly a masterpiece.To start, a few deets in front. The story goes into a lot of detail about deep-water diving. I have zero knowledge about this sport/hobby/career and I thought it would painful to hear about (not to mention all of the [...]

    8. I never fail to be amazed at the tremendous knowledge P.D. Singer possesses on so many diverse topics. In Diving Deep she once again shocks readers with an understanding of deep sea diving, deep sea fishing, boat maintenance, international relations, WWII history, and so much more.Lee is the captain of the Bottom Hunter, a dive boat that searches the Atlantic Ocean bottom for relics, some interesting, some valuable. The stress of loving a diver who takes chances below the surface drove Lee to be [...]

    9. The finding of the U-boat was interesting, but the diving jargon kind of went over my head. Couldn't really care about the second chance romance because it's difficult for me to care about Lee. As for Bobby, the author didn't let me know much about him, so I couldn't care much about him, too.

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