A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Ride The Tide by Julie Ann Walker

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

He’s a retired Navy SEAL that has been hurt in marriage and carries the wounds from war and marriage to keep him away from any relationship that could complete him. Mason “Monet” McCarthy fights the attraction and desires he has for the cute little brainiac that works with Deep Six Salvage translating and helping them find the wreckage of the Santa Cristina on a small island near Key West, FL. He’s loyal to his brothers in the Salvage business and a man that loves his English Bulldog, Meat and takes care of him as if he is his child.

She’s smart, beautiful, full of life, and talks non-stop. She has no filter and whatever she is thinking comes out of her mouth. She has great parents, but they’ve always treated her as though she has always been an adult and have been more focused their academic careers. Alexandra “Alex” Merriweather is attracted to Mason and has even offered her body to him, but he has not taken her up on her offer. She wishes that her heart wanted someone else, someone that returned the attraction she has for Mason, but it seems that she is out of luck. It also seems that her luck otherwise in her life is not so great either. She finds herself in life and death situations more than she should, but Mason seems to be there to protect her and save her each time.

I really enjoyed this story and the comradery between the men of Deep Six Salvage is fun to read. They are rude, crude, and loyal to each other to a fault. Their loyalty and brotherly love followed them into civilian life, but they all carry scars. If you like a story of adventure, action, loyal, and dangerous characters, with women that are strong, resilient, and sassy, you will enjoy Ride The Tide. I give this story a 5-star review and want a book for Wolf and Chrissy. I hope all of these characters get a story because they are fun and entertaining to read.

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