Title: Dangerous Depths
Publisher: Lachesis Publishing
Book Condition: Good
Light shelf wear and minimal interior marks. Bookseller Inventory # G1897370733I3N00
Synopsis: Diana Bronson looses her husband during the search for a sunken ship, known to arbor a treasure. Encouraged by a long time friend to pursue the search, she considers his referral, Greg Allison ? a tall Texan ? as replacement. Despite her disappointing marriage which has left her leery of men, Greg Allison sparks her interest and she hires him. The only drawback is she cannot shake the feeling that he has a hidden agenda of his own. Greg Allison lands a job on the young widow?s salvage ship to conceal his search of stolen plans for a prototype of a new stealth aircraft. What better place for concealment than an old, worthless shipwreck? He is a willing deckhand; the boss? big violet gaze has him seeing stars. But the Widow Bronson is not the meek woman he was led to expect when he was handed the assignment. Attracted to each other, but each fighting that attraction, before long they find themselves teaming up and fighting outside forces which may spell the end of not only their developing love, but also their own lives.
About the Author: G. K. Kruszka has been writing since she was 8 years old, and unfortunately drove many of teachers into early retirement by making up stories instead of writing assigned book reports. Always an avid reader and being blessed (or perhaps cursed) with an active and vivid imagination, she has often retreated into her own ?world,? sometimes to the detriment of those around her. Her belief is that writers are the most disturbed individuals, because not only do they hear the voices, they write down what those voices say to them. Only in their fiction are writers able to have the pleasure of killing off the people who irritate them and blame someone else for their own shortcomings, because they can always assign those shortcomings to one of their characters! She lives in Central Washington State with her husband and various animals, and would enjoy hearing from her readers. Please contact her at email@example.com
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