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  • Great romance, much angst

    This was a good addition to the series. The romance was very good and but there was much angst in this book. I am looking forward to the conclusion mainly because the horror that the crew of the Santa Cristina went through was heartbreaking and I can’t take much more. The horror of Mia’s childhood was also heartbreaking and I applaud Romeo for his persistence and determination in his love for her. The potential for a Doc and Cami romance is quite intriguing. I am looking forward to the next installment.

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  • Romeo and Mia!

    Romeo and Mia - been waiting for their story and I was not disappointed! There was a clear indication that they had feelings for each other in previous books but was not expecting the circumstances of them finally coming together. And the twist of who was behind the adventure was a good way to connect Mia's background and hesitation. Sweet friends to lovers with the authors usual humor and awesome side characters (I love Cami and Doc!) make for another great addition to this wonderful series. Can't wait for the final book!

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  • More action and adventure for the Deep Six crew!

    I have been a fan of the Deep Six series since the beginning and have been loving this story of this group of former Seal team members that are now on the hunt for underwater buried treasure. As with each book in the series the primary focus is on one couple's story however there is the ongoing storyline so it is best to read these books in order to get the most out of them. I loved Romeo aka Spiro's character so much and Mia was just what this guy needed to open up his heart. Mia's character has so much depth to her that I didn't see coming and I thoroughly enjoyed watching her open up herself as well. I think that the next book may be the final in the series and as much as I am looking forward to the ending, I will be sad that my escape time in the Florida Keys will be coming to an end. As with all of the books, Shot Across the Bow was told from dual POV and was loaded with the action, suspense and romance that are the heart of a Julie Ann Walker book.

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  • Action packed treasure hunt...

    Shot Across the Bow is book five in the Julie Ann Walker’s The Deep Six series. The continuation of the treasure hunt for the treasure of the Santa Cristina has plenty of excitement, romance, mystery, and suspense. This story focuses on Mia and Romeo’s love connection and adds in the beginning of Doc and Cami’s story. As the pieces fall together it turns extremely dangerous and this gripping story really comes to life. I would recommend you read books one through four prior to really enjoy this book at its fullest but this book would also be a good individual read as well.

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  • Shot Across the Bow

    SHOT ACROSS THE BOW is the fifth book in the Deep Six series and is the turn of Romeo and Mia. Romeo - as you can tell by the nickname - is a love 'em and leave 'em kind of guy, whereas he thinks Mia has relationship written all over her. So, they both put each other in the dreaded #FriendZone, even though that's not where either of them wants to be. If one good thing could come out of a plane crash, it's that it got them talking and stopped skirting around the edges. Once a certain conversation happens, all bets are off as to what will happen next. They both have a lot of emotional trauma and baggage to work through. Doc and Cami meet for the first time in this book and the sharp-edged banter starts, which I think will continue all the way through their book. We don't see much of any of the others, and nothing at all of Wolf and Chrissy from book four. There's not much at all of the historical story to this one, so I didn't get as much as I wanted, but that's probably just me. The mystery side of it didn't really grab me either as I thought it was quite obvious who was behind it, and what the reasons were. On the whole, this was a steamy read with lots of sexual tension to begin with. I enjoyed this story and have no hesitation in recommending it. ** same worded review will appear elsewhere ** * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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