Sunday, September 18, 2011

Brindle Chase, Depth Charge

Title: Depth Charge

Author: Brindle Chase

Rating: Five Siren Stones

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Sub-Genre: Multicultural

Keywords: Graphic Language

Length: Novella

ISBN E-Book: 978-1-61118-444-0

Price: $4.99

Publisher: Loose Id


Reviewer: Cia


Steve Chambers's supremacy as top diver has never been challenged until now. Not only has he been beat out for the week by a rookie diver, it turns out Rodriguez is a she. Adding injury to insult, he’s paired with her to fix the submerged diving station they use for treasure recovery.

Maria Rodriguez has had to beat every man she’s worked with, just to gain a semblance of equality. Her impoverished family relies on her to make enough money to support them as well as her, and to do that, second best is not acceptable. Beating Chambers was the hardest challenge she’s ever done.

Confined in a diving station at 150 feet below the surface, in arctic waters, the rivals work hard to repair the oxygen lines to the damaged station before it bleeds out. And even harder to one-up the other. The fire of their passionate rivalry blends with their undeniable sexual attraction until it explodes in fiery lust. But can they set aside their egos long enough to realize that together, they make a perfect team?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse.


Depth Charge by Brindle Chase was a smoking hot read. Maria the heroine comes from a country where the only wealth accumulated is with hardened drug dealers who take from the community and don’t give back to the people. In an effort to save her family she uses her body, brains and talent to gain positions in various tourist attractions. She is a feisty woman and sensual as all get out.

Seth is used to being numero uno. When a slip of a woman gains the edge and knocks him off his longstanding pedestal he is surprised. More than that he is attracted to the young lady in ways he shouldn’t be. Trouble at their station provides them the perfect opportunity to get to know one another while working on fixing the system. Only mother nature, a ticking clock and monsters beneath the deep blue sea stand in their way. I enjoyed this story and the outcome. The setting for treasure hunting was a pleasure. The only question that stemmed for me throughout the read was the lack of nourishment or water while down under. I will be reading it again on a cold day. The fire they burn will definitely warm me up while reading.

1 comment:

Brindle Chase said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful review. I'm thrilled you enjoyed it!!!

Brindle Chase