Name: Water Bound
Author: Christine Feehan
Published: July 27, 2010 by Jove
Purchased: Years ago in paperback, bought on Kindle August 15, 2012 where it is $7.99
Blurb: The last thing Lev Prakenskii remembered was being lost in the swirling currents of the ocean and getting sucked deeper into the nothingness of a freezing black eddy off the coastal town of Sea Haven. Just as quickly, just a miraculously, he was saved—pulled ashore by a beautiful stranger. But Lev has no memory of who he is—or why he seems to possess the violent instincts of a trained killer. All he knows is that he fears for his life, and for the life of his unexpected savior.
Her name is Rikki, a sea~urchin diver in Sea Haven. She has always felt an affinity for the ocean, and for the seductive pull of the tides. And now she feels drawn in the same way to the enigmatic man she rescued. But soon they will be bound by something even stronger, and their tantalizing secrets will engulf them both in a whirlpool of dizzying passion and inescapable danger.
Review: I haven’t read Fire Bound yet and I don’t know when Bound Together is supposed to come out but so far, this is my favorite Sisters of the Heart book. I love that this book starts pretty much where Hidden Currents left off, making it impossible to really get this book without reading the Drake Sisters.
I also really love the fact that the author keeps Jonas involved.
The fact that Rikki was different and still made a life for herself just makes this book different from her others and I love the way this book came out. Even in her Dark books with one woman blind and the other mute, they weren’t born like that. This is just a special book for me.
The writing is just amazing for this story, the cover and the picture on the inside are both beautiful and does not disappoint, it looks like a great story and that’s exactly what it is. The pace is perfect, a little bit of slow healing, character building and just the right amount of action.
I can’t wait until Bound Together comes out, I really hope it doesn’t fall short when everyone meets up.
Everything just flowed and fit like a good movie or show. Would very much recommend this series to any romance lovers.
Thank you for reading my review.