Book Review #236: Stormchaser

Author: Cherry Adair

Genre: Women’s Fiction, Romance, Action Thriller, Adventure

Language: English 

Series, if any: Cutter Cay, Book 4

Publisher: St. Martins Press

Date of publication: 7 March 2017

No. Of pages: 352


Somewhere off the Greek coastline, lies a treasure at the bottom of the sea. Finding this ancient treasure would be a dream come true for the dynamic duo – Marine archaeologist Calista West and Jonah Cutter. Both are a part of the team, but both came aboard Stormchaser with different means; while Jonah wants fame and reputation similar to his brothers, Calista is looking for revenge. 


Reading the description, I was definitely expecting an erotically charged book. I was not disappointed on that regards; the book can definitely keep a girl happy for a very long time. But what kept me going for this book would be the dynamic plot of treasure hunting and ancient wonders. Combine those with fast-packed action and what more could I ask for? The characters are intense and compliment well with the plotline. The element of thrill and intrigue definitely uplifts the book from the onslaught of eroticism, though I did feel that towards that end it did feel a bit flat or maybe overtly done just to keep it exciting. The narrative style is smooth and clear, though I did note a few grammatical errors in few place. 

What I didn’t like about the book would be this blatant objectification of sex as the cover image. For a book that has a simple title and a dramatic plotline, a sexified image was not required. 

My opinion: Definitely an interesting read. 

My rating: 3.5 out of 5


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