#COYER Blackout Wrap Up

Posted March 4, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review, Misc | | 2 Comments

Vortex by Cherry Adair


Anne’s Progress:

  1. One Fell Sweep by Ilona Andrews
  2. A Stone-Kissed Sea by Elizabeth Hunter
  3. The Burning Page by Genevieve Cogman
  4. In Rides Trouble by Julie Ann Walker
  5. Martians Abroad by Carrie Vaughn
  6. A Promise of Fire by Amanda Bouchet
  7. Phantom Kiss by Chloe Neill
  8. 1000 Yards by Mark Dawson
  9. Oracle by Kelly Meding
  10. Reckless River by Lindsay Cross
  11. Big Vamp on Campus by Molly Harper
  12. Any Time, Any Place by Jennifer Probst
  13. Rev It Up by Julie Ann Walker
  14. Thrill Ride by Julie Ann Walker
  15. The Bachelor Auction by Rachel Van Dyken
  16. Brighter Than The Sun by Darynda Jones
  17. Every Dark Corner by Karen Rose
  18. Temptation Bay by Anna Sullivan
  19. The Cleaner by Mark Dawson
  20. Shadows and Gold by Elizabeth Hunter
  21. Every Little Thing by Marie Force
  22. Ready to Fall by Daisy Prescott
  23. A Touch of Midnight by Lara Adrian
  24. The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer
  25. Born Wild by Julie Ann Walker
  26. French Roast by Ava Miles
  27. Wait For Dark by Kay Hooper
  28. How To Tame A Beast in Seven Days by Kerrelyn Sparks
  29. Vortex by Cherry Adair
  30. Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs
  31. White Hot by Ilona Andrews

I actually have a total of 34 books but some of the reviews won’t post until a later date.  The other books are:  Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs, White Hot by Ilona Andrews, Deadly Silence by Rebecca Zanetti, Where The Wild Things Bite by Molly Harper,  Tarantula by Mark Dawson, and the book below, Vortex by Cherry Adair.


#COYER Blackout Wrap UpVortex by Cherry Adair
Series: Cutter Cay #3
Published by St. Martin's Press on May 22, 2012
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Pages: 332
Format: eBook
Source: Library
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Searching for a sunken ship off the coast of Peru, treasure hunter Logan Cutter manages to pull a very different kind of prize from the sea — beautiful mystery woman Daniela Rosada. Dani claims she has no memory of how she ended up lost at sea. But with millions of dollars in treasure at stake, Logan suspects she's not telling him the truth...and he's right.

Dani has good cause to hide the facts from Logan. If he knew her real reason for being onboard his ship, he'd throw her back overboard in a heartbeat. But the closer they get, the deeper she falls for him - and the more he lowers his own powerful defenses. Little do they both know that by falling in love, they've set a course for disaster..

This is my final book for COYER Winter Storm and my third generator book so it is a library book. I’ve now worked my way to current in the Cutter Cay series.  

Vortex is my favorite book so far in the series. I enjoy the ocean setting, the family connections, but so many people trying to kill for personal reasons is beyond belief. This one is a bit more realistic since a woman on the run turns up in the ocean and nearly drowns. The suspense in this type of story brings the couple together more quickly but this was still too quick for me.

Yet, I like the characters, Logan and Daniela. The story of the shipwreck passed down through her family is interesting and I hope we will learn more but doubt it will be in future books. It’s a fun, easy read. I’m looking forward to the fourth book, out next week, Stormchaser,  as  it’s Jonah, the newly found brother.

Jennifer’s Progress:

  1. Holiday with a Twist by Shannon Stacey
  2. Vampire for Christmas by Felicity Heaton
  3. Belle Chasse by Suzanne Johnson
  4. Separation Games by C.D. Reiss
  5. The Operator by Kim Harrison
  6. Phantom Kiss by Chloe Neill
  7. Of Silk and Steam by Bec McMaster
  8. Breath of Fire by Amanda Bouchet
  9. Any Time, Any Place by Jennifer Probst
  10. Under Her Skin by Adriana Anders
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2 responses to “#COYER Blackout Wrap Up

  1. Woot! Y’all did awesome! I only managed 8 books – life got in the way. Next COYER is summertime so I should be able to read a lot more. Be sure to stop by COYER’s ending post (I’m linking it) 🙂

  2. Great job Anne! You blew me away. LOL Stupid school got in the way. Maybe the next COYER I can get in more reading and listening time.