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Beneath the Surface

4.13  ·  Rating details ·  31 ratings  ·  3 reviews
When past and present meet, secrets lie beneath the surface.

In retrospect, perhaps archaeologist Mallory Reeves shouldn’t have delivered the divorce papers to her estranged husband mere weeks before her marriage to another man. She knew seeing Adrian again would stir up memories, but she didn’t expect so many of them to be good, not after the mess they both made three year
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Published September 1st 2009 by Samhain Publishing
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Kimberly Morghan
Jul 11, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book had an interesting storyline that was somewhere between romance and adventure, with two likeable main characters that you spent the whole book hoping would get back together. The author switched point of view between those two characters every few paragraphs, which was unusual and only slightly confusing. There was plenty of conflict, both in the characters past history and also from a rather sinister bad guy. The book seemed a little abrupt at the end, tying things up with some questi ...more
Norah Wilson
Mar 27, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am a sucker for action/adventure with my romance, and BENEATH THE SURFACE delivered it. Maybe it's because I'm a writer too, but I loved all the detail about the diving. The writer really has to achieve a level of authenticity when in the characters' POV to sell me on the "reality" of the experience for me as the reader. Well done! Also, Adrian was very hot. I was picturing a certain Scots actor....
Beneath the Surface by M.J. Fredrick published in 2009 is trademark M.J. Fredrick. I say this because she presents the reader this time with the unique profession of underwater archaeology, pits a hero and heroine who have been married for 8 long years together once again, delivering that emotional whirlpool that I just flat-out love about her novels.

Mallory Reeves comes bearing her divorce papers to get her husband Dr. Adrian Reeves, an underwater archaeologist to sign them, freeing the way for
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