Number one priority for Jamie Winters is
the one-week deadline to complete her thesis and then she will
earn her PhD. Plus there’s a great job opportunity with the
Institute of Oceanography and closely working with the less
desirable Dr. Caskett.
Seth Cutter, along with his twin brother
Darius hold the secrets of the ocean within their hearts and
souls. Previous bad judgment and crimes against the seas has
bequeathed a ten-year sentence of land living only for Seth
and worse for Darius.
Fate lends a hand when Jamie and Seth
meet which sets off a chain of events that culminate in
life-altering decisions for an unorthodox orphan and a prince
of the North Seas. Deadly foes both on land and in the sea vow
to expose the two. Seth has met his match and his mate in
Jamie but it must be her choice for their future together with
all the wonders and the dangers to accept or overcome.
Rapture is a vividly
detailed, multi-layered ‘tale’ of acceptance, carnal desires,
insurmountable obstacles and a whole lot of underseas loving.
Author Renee Field knows how to build a
fascinating world of Titans, Sirens and bad guys on land and
in the ocean. There is also an intricate secondary story with
the Fates taking note of unfolding events. Rapture
is a treat to read! I was totally involved in the
characters, their lives and the fantastical underwater
kingdom. Sometimes though I wished for more editing because
it seemed like too much was going on and I just wanted to know
how it ended! Having said that, it’s a good story to curl up
with on a long winter’s night and hopefully Darius will find
his mate someday.