Review of Deeper Than The Ocean by Julie Ann Walker

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Ray “Wolf” Roanhorse has retired from the Navy along with his teammates, now their own business looking for sunken treasure. While in Florida looking for the Santa Cristina’s riches, that sunk in 1624, Wolf finds the woman that completes him. The only trouble is that his lack of communication with her has caused a rift between them. When he jumps to conclusions rather than talking to Chrissy, he makes a huge blunder and now he must figure out a way to move on, and hopefully get her to return the feelings he has for her.

Chrissy runs her own dive shop on the Florida Keys and finds the ex-Navy SEAL sexy and attractive. However, when he makes a huge blunder one night when they were to meet up, she decides that he is a player and guards her heart. She doesn’t want to be a woman that has multiple partners throughout her life like her mom. She guards her heart completely and is determined that she’ll die alone and a spinster.

This was a great story of two people that were meant for each other but couldn’t figure out a way to communicate their feelings properly. Chrissy’s life is in danger and the only person that can save her is Wolf. He will whatever is necessary to protect her and save her from the danger lurking for her. This story is full of action, great characters and twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It was a great addition to The Deep Six books and the story of the missing treasure and riches from the Santa Cristina. The Deep Six crew is still looking for all the important treasure. They’ve found enough clues that the treasure should be near, but they still haven’t located it. I loved the book and the characters and look forward to more of the series. I give this book a 5-star review.

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