Review: Dangerous Tides

Reviewed by Jen

Dangerous Tides is the 4th book in the Drake Sisters series. This one features the family healer, Libby. She is brilliant, giving and sweet. And she has never been attracted to any man except Tyson. They went to school together and she never though he noticed her. She was wrong.

Ty may be a super-genius who works on the cure for cancer, but in his free-time he likes to work with Search and Rescue operations with the Fire Department. (Where are all these genius/studs in the real world?) During a rescue operation, Ty is gravely hurt and at the hospital, Libby saves his life.

Ty doesn’t believe in the magic of the Drake sisters, but he does have feelings for Libby. In time, we learn that someone is after Ty, but the question is who? And why? Of course, Libby is in danger too. And danger + feelings = explosive sex.

What works: The explosive sex.

What doesn’t: Ty as a character. Nobody is a nerd-genius who also has an amazing body and works rugged rescue missions in his free time. Plus, we’re supposed to believe he is a complete social idiot who also manages to be great in the sack. That’s too much fiction, even for me. It mucks up my suspension of disbelief.

It was good. The ending twist, I suspected, but didn’t know for sure it was going to happen. 4 stars.

Dangerous Tides
by Christine Feehan
Release Date: June 27, 2006
Publisher: Jove

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