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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Elizabeth Lowell plunges into the adventurous and deadly world of underwater treasure hunters in a heart-stopping tale that superbly combines atmosphere, action, romance, and suspense.
After a family tragedy, Kate Donnelly left the Caribbean behind forever. But a series of bad management decisions has left her family's diving and marine-recovery business drowning in red ink. Now her brother pleads with her to come back to the island nation of St Vincent. Without Kate's financial expertise, the iconic treasure-hunting enterprise started by her grandfather will go under. Unable to say no to the little family she has left, Kate heads back to the beautiful and terrifying ocean that still haunts her nightmares.
Holden Cameron was addicted to the adrenaline rush of active duty - including narrowly surviving an underwater explosives accident. The last thing the former British military diver wants is to babysit a family of thieves on a tropical island - even if they are the world-famous Diving Donnellys. But in his new civilian job, Holden must investigate the suspicious activity surrounding a Donnelly dive to recover treasure from the ancient wreck of a pirate ship.
When equipment, treasure, and even divers begin to disappear, Kate and Holden form an uneasy alliance to uncover the truth. But the deeper they plummet into the mystery, the closer they come to each other. Soon they are sharing their deepest fears and darkest secrets - and a combustible chemistry too hot to ignore.
©2014 Two of a Kind, Inc. (P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers
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3 out of 5 stars
By Lorraine on 04-21-14

Story good, but the voices irratating.

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

To read yes, but to listen to no. I have over 300 books in my library and I've never not finished an audiobook because of the person reading it, but this was awful.

Would you recommend Night Diver to your friends? Why or why not?

Read yes, listen NO!!!

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Justine Eyre?

Don't know, couldn't get pass the voices.

Do you think Night Diver needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Elizabeth Lowell is a fantastic story writer. I will read the book but I'm going to have to wait until I can get over the reader's voice before I read from scratch.

Any additional comments?

Didn't someone listen to this book before they allowed this person to read the entire thing.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Tracey M. Bare on 04-10-14

Didnt care for the reader. Story is good though.

I have been reading Elizabeth Lowell books for years. Love her, and her stories. I have also listened to Justine Eyre and even though she doesn't make me want to stop listening, I just don't care for her voice. Or the timing. She seems to be whispering and then she is also kind of a monotone. I finished the book, but may have to reread it on my kindle to get the full scope of the story.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Antonia on 07-02-15

Night Diver

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

An easy holiday read, but not such a splendid listen. To be fair, with all those accents, it was a tall order to narrate well. The plot and sense of place were good but I was unconvinced by the dialogue or most of the characters.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator was unable to do an English accent, particular male English accents without sounding annoying and pompous. This detracted from the story in several ways and made the male lead really unappealing and the love story uncomfortable. This may also not have been helped by some extra cheesy dialogue. The narrator generally did well with the variety of accents but there was a nasal quality to her voice that I found distracting.

Did Night Diver inspire you to do anything?

Despite the unconvincing dialogue, the plot of Night Diver was enjoyable and the description of ocean, Island and storm was elemental and inspires me to spend more time by the sea and in nature generally.

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