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August 31, 2008

Review: Turbulent Sea by Christine Feehan

Filed under: Review — Tags: , , — heathershea @ 3:06 pm
Turbulent Sea by Christine Feehan

Turbulent Sea is the sixth book in the Drake Sisters series by Christine Feehan. I love everything that Feehan writes and this was certainly no exception. Once I started reading, I couldn’t put this book down until it was finished.

Joley Drake has the gift of voice. She can compel people to feel and act a certain way just by speaking or singing. She has made a very successful career for herself as a professional singer. Joley and her band have legions of fans that follow them everywhere and see all of their shows. In fact, they can’t escape the celebrity that has become their lives. In the midst of all this fame and fortune, Joley feels very lonely. She wants a home and a family like her sisters have, but its so hard for her to trust anyone.

Ilya Prakenskii has been in love with Joley ever since he heard her voice for the first time. He was in such a dark place, void of all hope, until he hears her sing. Everything in him changes and he knows he has something to live for. Ilya works as a bodyguard for Nikitin- a very evil man who does a lot of very bad things. When people start threatening Joley, Nikitin offers Ilya and his services to help protect her. There is an unmistakable attraction between Ilya and Joley that has been brewing for a long time. Can Joley learn to trust Ilya to protect her body as well as her heart?

This is such a hot romance right from the beginning. I felt the sexual tension between Ilya and Joley right from the start, and I was cheering for them throughout the book. Even though Ilya is an absolute Alpha Male, Joley doesn’t let him boss her around, and at the same time she isn’t so frustrating as to deny the feelings they have for one another for the entire book. I love the way Feehan is able to make me feel when I read her books. I get so engrossed in the characters that I just ache when things go wrong or I feel elated when something great happens. I would highly recommend this book to anyone that loves a good spicy love story.


Reviewed by Heather


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