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Amy Andrews
Mills & Boon (October 1, 2012)
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Author Amy Andrews always brought her readers good romances but The Devil and The Deep is a spectacularly amazing story. It is an exciting premise altogether and the story keeps you involved from the first page.

Author Amy Andrews always brought her readers good romances but The Devil and The Deep is a spectacularly amazing story. I had to restrain myself from turning to the last pages to know the ‘what’ and ‘how’ Stella and Rick would end together.

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AMY ANDREWS has always loved writing, and still canâ?™t quite believe that she gets to do it for a living. Creating wonderful heroines and gorgeous heroes and telling their stories is an amazing way to pass the day. Sometimes they donâ?™t always act as sheâ?™d like them toâ?”but then neither do her kids, so sheâ?™s kind of used to it. Amy lives in the very beautiful Samford Valley, with her husband and aforementioned children, along with six brown chooks and two black dogs. She loves to hear from her readers.

Author Stella Mills has writers' block. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. Her swashbuckling debut romance was a mega-hit-and the world is crying out for a sequel. modern-day pirate Rick is pure physical perfection.

He was dazed for a moment, trying to compute what had brought an abrupt end to the passion. Trying to compute what the hell had happened in the first place. hard through clenched teeth as the jarring settled. She could see his bewilderment and something else, a slow dawning that seemed to closely resemble horror. No, no, no. ‘Just give me a moment,’ she scrambled to assure him as she watched his blue gaze lose its drugged lustre and slowly recoil from her. ‘Now.

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  • I loved, loved this book; because one of the characters was a writer and we got to read large parts of the writer's story book it was like a special treat of having two books in one.

  • I am giving this book three stars because it is romance. As a book of general fiction, I would give it a single star.

    As a new owner of a Kindle, I bought and read a number of romance novels, because apparently this is what a woman must do when she owns a Kindle.

    This book was one that I read. The few reviews on Amazon gave it five stars so I thought that if this is not a good example of a romance novel, what is? The ones I had read before were worse, but not by much.

    It started well enough, the characters seemed built with more depth and likeability than some others, the world was described evocatively. I must say that I did enjoy the author's description of nautical details, there was obviously research done or personal experience involved. Then the tropes appeared.

    The heroine being blonde seems common enough, same as she having a low opinion of her worth, mentally and physically. The heroine being unable to endure other women's attentions to her chosen mate (who cannot help but attract all female attention whenever he goes) seems common as well, sadly. Women do not hate other women, it is only some men who think that women are catty by nature. This is not the only time that I thought that the writer was male. I had to check her website to make sure that she was not.

    The sex scenes read suspiciously like a man had written them. I cannot go into too much detail, obviously, but for example how many women orgasm from nipple-stimulation or hair-washing? A very low percentage. Another thing that surprised me was that although the author described sex scenes in graphic detail, anatomical names for parts other than breasts and nipples were not used once. She also alludes to expletives being used, but does not actually write them. Maybe this is a common thing. If this book were a film, it would be X-rated, what is a few swear words when the characters obviously say them?

    Then there was a noticeable and comical repetition of certain phrases. It was funny and distracting and made me laugh during sex scenes.

    The heroine's 'round hips' and breasts (of undescribed sort) were mentioned with disturbing frequency, every couple of pages, as if these were her defining features as a human being. We got it the first time, she was curvy. There was lots of 'lapping' and 'laving'; quite like dogs would do. 'Plundering the mouth' came up more than twice, once per book would have been enough. Plenty of nipples 'puckered' frequently and things (except the thing of which you are thinking) were 'sucked into' mouths. I am sure that a 'puckered' or 'peaked' nipple was one of those.

    I understand that romance novels are not supposed to be feats of literary genius, but although I have only read a few, each time I felt like I had already read it before. Sex scenes do not carry a book and get boring quickly if the story and characters do not carry them.

    I think I'm done with romance. Vanilla romance at least; I believe there are other kinds.

  • A modern day pirate treasure romance, this book is mainly set at sea in southern latitudes. Just like 'Romancing the Stone', Stella Mills has written a best-selling historical romance, and the swashbuckling hero was secretly based on a real live friend. But her inspiration has dried up and her publisher comes to visit her in Cornwall, ordering her to get a new book written. Stella's friend and cousin Rick, half-Spanish, turns up and asks her to accompany him on a quest for a reputed pirate treasure. The two spent their early years messing around on boats with Stella's father supervising, and Rick now sails for a living.

    Stella accepts and the two fly off to Cairns to board a yacht. Rick is a flirt and women they meet swoon over his looks. Stella finds this insulting to her, and she dares him to stop flirting for the rest of their journey. Rick has smuggled aboard a copy of her blockbuster and is intrigued to find that the pirate captain is recognisably based on himself, although the lusty scenes are entirely the product of imagination. We get several of these scenes shown to us while the pair struggle against romance, for fear it would spoil their friendship.

    This is a light read with a small cast of characters and several flashbacks and excerpts from the book, because not a lot happens. Author Amy Andrews shows a very forgiving side of modern publishing and I suspect only very big sellers would be treated so leniently. Read this to put you in a good, summery mood.

  • The Devil and the Deep by Amy Andrews is one sexy entertaining read, in this book we get a double dose of sexy with not one but two sexy heroes; a pirate and a treasure hunter and both are equally captivating ;)

    Stella and Rick grew up sailing the high seas together searching for treasure with Stella's father. When Stella's father passes away he leaves Stella and Rick one half of a treasure map each as his legacy.

    Quote from the book:
    She glanced at Rick. `You got the same?'
    He nodded and she looked back at the documents, leafing through the rest. A hand-drawn map was at the very back.
    Or half a map to be precise.
    `What's this?' she asked, not quite comprehending her father's frenetic squiggles around the margins.
    `The other half of this,' Rick said, pulling out a folded page from his back pocket, unfolding it and laying it on the coffee table.
    Diana sat forward. `Is that a...treasure map?'
    Rick grinned. `Sort of. It shows the potential resting places of Captain Inigo Alvarez's ship, La Sirena.'
    Diana scrunched up her face, trying to remember her schoolgirl Spanish. `The...?'
    `The Mermaid,' Stella supplied.

    Rick talks Stella into taking a trip on his luxury yacht in search of the treasury, Stella is conflicted as she has always secretly adored Rick, so much so that when she decided to write her debut novel she based her fictional pirate hero Vasco Ramirez on Rick but considering she hasn't written a word since her debut bestseller and her second book is due to her editor she decides to accompany Rick aboard his yacht.

    Quote from the book:
    Six hours later, Rick read The End and knew he would never be the same again. Diana had been right. It was most illuminating. The hard-on he'd got in chapter two was still there and there was no way it was going away unless he did something about it.
    Fortunately now he had plenty of images to help him in that department. Two things were crystal clear.
    Number one--Dale was an idiot of the first order. Hell, if he had a woman that had this sort of stuff in her head--the sheer eroticism of the beautifully scripted love scenes still clung to his loins--he wouldn't let her out of his bed let alone his life.
    Number two--the most shocking of all. She'd written the book about him.
    He was Vasco Ramirez.

    When Rick realizes he was the inspiration for Stella's hero Vasco Ramirez all bets are off and he decides to have some fun by turning fiction into reality....This is where the story gets truly entertaining ;)

    I liked the lightness of this read, it was fun and flirty yet the sexual tension between Stella and Rick burned up the pages. When I pick an Amy Andrews book I know I am going to be one satisfied reader at the end of it and this book delivered on all counts. Humor. Passion. Romance.

    If you are a fan of friends to lover's storyline you are going to love reading this one. A definite keeper and HJ Top pick!(less)

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