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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want estigmw Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — The Reef by Nora Roberts. A marine archaeologist and a salvager join forces to search for a legendary treasure in this novel rooberts takes readers to the arrcife of the Caribbean and the heights of passion and suspense—from 1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts.
Tate Beaumont has a passion for treasure-hunting. Over the years, she and her father have uncovered many fabulous riches, but one t A marine archaeologist and a salvager join forces to search for a legendary treasure in this novel that takes readers to the depths of the Caribbean and the heights of passion and suspense—from 1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts.
Over the years, she and her father have uncovered many fabulous riches, but one treasure has always eluded them: In order to find this precious artifact, the Beaumonts reluctantly form a partnership with salvagers Buck and Matthew Lassiter. For now, Tate estiggma Matthew continue their uneasy alliance—until danger and desire begin nofa rise to the surface… Mass Market Paperbackreprint editionpages.
Published October 1st by Berkley Books first published June Tate BeaumontMatthew Lassiter. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Reefplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Una historia llena de aventuras, misterios y amor. Apr 24, Mei rated it it was amazing Shelves: Maybe it is because I’m a diver, maybe it is because I love the sea, but I loved, loved, loved this story!
Estigmma 09, Georgina rated it really liked it. My second Nora Roberts book and I loved it just as much as the first. The chemistry between Matthew and Tate was sweet as young adults and then evolved into something fiery and substantial after they re-united not sstigma drama along the way, of course. I liked both Matthew and Tate arrecif, as well as a couple, and enjoyed reading about their lives during their time apart. Arrecofe thought this gave a lot of depth to their characters.
I enjoyed the twist s in the story at the end Go Teams Beaumont and Lassiter! My only issue is I felt there wasn’t enough insight into Tate’s “coming around” to forgiving Matthew – she just all of a sudden forgave him and realised she was completely in love with him. I realise a few events triggered this “revelation” of hers but still, it seemed a little unbelievable.
Luckily for me, it’s a style that I love meet early in roberrs, separate over misunderstandings, etc, then reunite later when they’ve got their stuff together. Although I’ve only read 3 of NR’s books Yet to write up a review for the 3rdI have to say, I’m impressed with her diversity in terms of location, subjects and the depth she gives her characters.
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The detail she goes into with underwater salvage and so on in The Reef is so interesting, as were her details on wildlife rescue, etc in Black Hills. Now, I know there are Marine Archaeologists out there and those who’ve worked with cougars for 25 years who would criticise some of what NR writes but I think it’s very courageous to write about locations and professions that, if not for a lot of research, she would presumably be unfamiliar with, and for a layman such as myself, it makes for captivating reading.
Mar 08, Nicole rated it it was amazing. This is probably one of my favorite Nora Roberts books. The villian was certainly a man to fear.
I had no idea that this book had 2 different time frames and thought it a bit strange that the story started out with a 19 year old and a 25 year old. For Nora Roberts readers you know that her main characters are generally in their late 20’s early 30’s. It made sense when the story shifted 8 years later. I really enjoyed this book. The other Nora Roberts books I have been reading lately, although en This is probably one of my favorite Nora Roberts books. The other Nora Roberts books I have been reading lately, although enjoyable have been falling a bit flat.
It is probably due to the fact that they were books written in the 80’s and early 90’s. You can definitely tell how much she has grown in her writing by reading her books written then and books written closer to today.
This is a story of treasure hunters, Matthew and Tate. They are searching for Angelic’s Curse, a necklace owned by a “witch”. Claiming all those who seek it for wealth will be cursed. Matthew’s family, the Lasseters believe in this curse and fear the necklace. When Matthew’s father was murdered when he was 16 because of this necklace he planned to dedicate his life to find it and pay back the man he murdered his father.
I think what I enjoyed most about this book is I was on the edge of my seat for most of the book. There is a love story, which goes without saying for a Nora Roberts book, action, adventure, anger, danger, and a little bit of magic. Books like this one is why I love to read!
Porque el romance al principio no me ha convencido, demasiado forzado. Aug 16, Nicole Robrets rated it liked it. I really needed a mindless break from work and literary reading I have been doing lately and nothing soothes me quite like a Nora Roberts book.
I have read all of her books and don’t normally reread I made an exception and revisited the first ever NR book that I read stolen off my mom’s shelf in at the young age of The white sand beach and palm tree on the front cover enticed me to enter the world of Tate, a 20 year old woman who is in college to become a marine archae I really needed a mindless break from work and literary reading I have been doing lately and nothing soothes me quite like a Nora Roberts book.
Robberts white sand beach and palm tree on the front cover enticed me to enter the world of Tate, a 20 year old woman who is in college to become a marine archaelogist, and Matthew, a 24 atrecife old wreck diver who is in search of a lost treasure in the Caribbean.
Their robetrs cross along with Tate’s parents and Matthew’s uncle as they spend a magical summer searching for gold and the elusive necklace known as Angelina’s Curse. The summer ends in tragedy and heartache but, when the treasure-hunting team gets together eight years later, will the magic – and the romance – be rekindled?
I love this book because of it’s marine theme with an added bonus of riberts vivid imagery that makes me think of my days living and diving in the Caribbean. An added bonus is that I just started her newest novel and it’s nice to compare how her writing has grown as her career progressed robrrts losing the magic that I find in her stories. This estugma my favorite NR book by a long shot if you’re new to her work I would suggest starting elsewhere but it is a solid romantic suspense read that entertains from cover to cover.
View all 5 comments. Apr 05, Mandy rated it it was ok. I bought this book at the airport because I had finished robertss other book and had forgotten my second book at home.
I have read some Nora Roberts in my day and this was definitely one of my least favorite. Well, of course I had to finish it. I mean, it’s so easy to read and I bought the freaking book. But most Nora Roberts books, Robsrts want to estima back and re-rea I bought this book at the airport because I had finished my other book and had forgotten my second book at home.
But most Nora Roberts books, I want to go back and re-read.
This one I just wanted it afrecife with the first time. I couldn’t even get myself to finish it when I was home sick.
The characters, particularly the evil villian, Silius was just entirely too much of a stock character–even for evil villian Nora Roberts style.
Give me a break. While I get that the story was broken into three sections: Reading of a 19 year old’s crush on the 25 year old family friend was just awkward to read. And unrealistic, if I am allowed to object to that in estigmaa Nora Roberts book. If you are looking for a beach read or airport read, move along and pick up robertss better Nora Roberts book like say The ocean and adventures were beautifully described roebrts it made me want to buy a boat and take some scuba diving lessons.
Marla and Ray were a great couple and wonderful parents. Buck was a great crotchety old man and Uncle and I was glad that his character came around after the shark incident. Angeligues curse and the fabled necklace gave the book the right amount of magic and wonder. Really, the only thing that kept this book from being five stars was the two main characters.
They had the exact same problem that I had with the main characters on Black HIlls and their stories were way too similar. Young girl falls in love with boy. Boy dosen’t feel he is good enough and decided that the best thing for her is if he breaks off the romance so that she will go to college and do what she loves, which she does.
Then they meet later in life and he decided that he must have her and begins to court her even though she is still upset with him. Neither of these guys feels any remorse for breaking the girls heart and they are pushy and demanding. One of my favorite Nora Esitgma books of all time.
It has all the elements that make a great romantic-suspense for me. The young adult love of Tate and Matthew tears your heart out, especially after all that Matthew has had to live through.
To have their dream of the Marguerites’ treasure and happily ever after torn apart by one of NR’s nastiest villains, Silas Vandyke, really made the first part of the b One of my favorite Nora Roberts books of all time. To have their dream of the Marguerites’ treasure and happily ever after torn apart by one of NR’s nastiest villains, Silas Vandyke, really made the first part of the book a real tear jerker.
But fate, and Nora Roberts, had another destiny in mind for our young lovers. When Tate and Matthew are brought back together after eight years, Tate is a much more controlled, analytical, cynical person.