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Lev's body instantly responds to her fierce smile.
Lev never wants to leave the haven of her soft lips.
Nothing cool about this water element.
Rikki (aka Mother Teresa) doesn’t like sick people.
Lev can only give his loyalty and love.

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  • Sexual Tension
  • Lev's body instantly responds to her fierce smile.
  • Kiss
  • Lev never wants to leave the haven of her soft lips.
  • Hot Hot Hot
  • Nothing cool about this water element.
  • Flirty Banter
  • Rikki (aka Mother Teresa) doesn’t like sick people.
  • It Might Be Love
  • Lev can only give his loyalty and love.

Publisher's Summary

The last thing Sid remembered was being enlisted to protect a vulnerable young woman in the coastal town of Sea Haven. Then, as if in some nightmare, he was lost in the swirling currents of the ocean, and sucked deeper into a freezing black eddy. Just as quickly, he was saved - pulled ashore by a beautiful stranger. Her name is Rikki, a sea-urchin diver in Sea Haven. Soon they will be bound by tantalizing secrets, which will engulf them both in a whirlpool of passion and danger.
©2010 Christine Feehan (P)2010 Random House
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4 out of 5 stars
By Angela on 03-06-12

A new start with a dash of reunion

Let me first say that the posted Summary for this book is wrong:
Publisher's Summary
The last thing Sid remembered was being enlisted to protect a vulnerable young woman in the coastal town of Sea Haven. Then, as if in some nightmare, he was lost in the swirling currents of the ocean, and sucked deeper into a freezing black eddy. Just as quickly, he was saved - pulled ashore by a beautiful stranger. Her name is Rikki, a sea-urchin diver in Sea Haven. Soon they will be bound by tantalizing secrets, which will engulf them both in a whirlpool of passion and danger.

His name is not Sid nor was he enlisted to protect a vulnerable young woman in Sea Haven. His name is Lev and he was rescued by Rikki when he was on a ship that was went down near Sea Haven (from the last book in the Sea Haven Sisters Series). He isn't there to rescue anyone and he isn't needed to rescue Rikki either. She's a strong woman that can rescue herself - and does so.

The story is laid out as a first in the new series and I felt it lacked a little more of the introduction and connection to the other characters that were coming in the series within this book. Rikki is supposed to be close to her sisters and though not too close due to her condition the reader isn't given much information on the sisters, just a brief introduction to them with a little more for one of the other sisters. Of that I feel the story lacked the connection the reader should have as this is a series. The story does have it slow points, but I feel that the character Rikki needs this... and the action warms up in the last 1/4 of the book. If you've read the previous series it's a little reunion with Jonas and Hannah - just a little bit, but you are reminded of the history... some of which actually isn't resolved by the end of the book. This was disappointing to me personally as I feel it should have been resolved and done so in this book - but I can hope it does so within the next coming books in the series.

The narrator for this story didn't do a great job. She didn't make the male characters sound... well, male. Everything kind of blended when it came to character identification. I wish that the narrator for the original Sea Haven series had done this one. Also I feel that the narrator went to far in assuming what a high level Autistic adult would sound like. At times she was fine and at other it felt like a speech pattern was used that was very "different". Be consistent. Also the tone of the story was slow due to the narrator. Lastly the audio had an echo which can be quite disturbing. If you start and stop the story quite a few times this might be a huge problem.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Susan on 10-21-10

Paranormal with a poignant twist

Christine Feehan is known for giving her characters extraordinary powers. But I found the heroine in Water Bound to be particularly touching. This lovely young woman is terse and antisocial - yet, she struggles to get past these traits to be what she needs to be to her sisters and the man who will become her love. Feehan gives her readers what we expect; then she takes it up a notch to introduce us to a heroine who gives hope to those facing similar disabilities. A satisfying and touching listen. Highly recommended.

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4 out of 5 stars
By allison bester on 03-16-17

pronunciation.

I'm sorry but every time Angela said stavros' name wrong I cringed. otherwise great story

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 04-19-16

Ms Feehan strikes again!

Hooray !
As always
Ms Feehan as done it again!!
Wonderful follow up to the Drake sisters.
BRAVO! A+

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5 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 07-29-17

True Love and Understanding

loved it and the understanding of the issues
narrator did a good job with the accents

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