Deep Blue Secret

Deep Blue Secret California teen Sadie James thinks her life couldn t get any better She has great friends an energetic mother she adores and the beach practically in her own backyard But her carefree life is turned

  • Title: Deep Blue Secret
  • Author: ChristieAnderson
  • ISBN: 2940013180314
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Nook
  • California teen Sadie James thinks her life couldn t get any better She has great friends, an energetic mother she adores, and the beach practically in her own backyard But her carefree life is turned upside down when she s rescued by a mysterious and strangely familiar boy who won t even tell her his name Each time the boy appears, Sadie s unexplainable attraction to hCalifornia teen Sadie James thinks her life couldn t get any better She has great friends, an energetic mother she adores, and the beach practically in her own backyard But her carefree life is turned upside down when she s rescued by a mysterious and strangely familiar boy who won t even tell her his name Each time the boy appears, Sadie s unexplainable attraction to him deepens along with her need to unravel his secrets The boy is there to protect her, but as wonderful and exciting as it might be to have an irresistible boy with crystal green eyes protecting her every move, every minute of the daywhy does Sadie need one As Sadie finds answers, she realizes her life isn t as perfect as she thought Not only is she caught in a world of dangerous secret agents she never knew existed, but it turns out her true identity may be the greatest secret of all.

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    1. ChristieAnderson

      CHRISTIE ANDERSON is the international bestselling author of The Water Keepers series Collectively, the series has than half a million copies in circulation and over 5000 5 star ratings across the web Christie pours herself into her writing through the pains from her past and her hopes for the future, to create strong, admirable characters her readers can root for and fall in love with again and again Her books have been referred to as captivating, unique, uplifting, and creative, with just the right balance of romance and suspense.Christie grew up in Southern California and currently lives in Salt Lake City with her husband and son, where she misses the sunshine and ocean breeze every single day Visit her website at AuthorChristieAnderson

    587 thoughts on “Deep Blue Secret”

    1. I'm not even sure it deserves two stars Why do new authors keep writing paranormal romances where the paranormal is nowhere to be found and the romance is totally lame and unbelievable? Are they doing it for money, do they hope to be the next Meyer or what?!!The paranormal aspect of the story absolutely doesn't make sense. We have Water Keepers. They use water to heal, they are like some secret organisation which helps ill people (something like paranormal charity), they have a special source of [...]

    2. Deep Blue Disappointment.I don't really know what to think about this book. The intensity of the plot isn't very strong, and the idea of "Water Keepers" wasn't as strange and cool as I originally thought it would be. I was not surprised at anything in this book - (view spoiler)[For example, that her father "Lin" was Hamlin. I suspected at first it was a Keeper, and I was right. (hide spoiler)]. Sadie was a shallow, stupid self-centered, bratty, dull character. She flirted with Nick even when she [...]

    3. Ok so I have to say that once again I was expecting this.nce there was like the whole living by the beach and stuff I have learned my lesson now the hard way to never judge a book by its cover or summary. So instead of this.I got a whole lot of thisd this.And for the ending these were my reactions:Even thought the beginning was a little slow for meThis book left me feeling like this.(view spoiler)[P.S I need to find me some of that magic juice, so I can be like this all day, and never grow up: ( [...]

    4. Deep Blue Secret had been sitting on my kindle for quite some time, and I didn't feel that intrigued to read it, however, I started it and was hooked from the start. The writing is beautiful, and the author is great at depicting emotions. The action was enough to make you bite your nails, and the sweet words of Rayne will make you blush. There were also moments I teared up a bit. So, basically, Rayne is a water keeper. Water keepers heal people using healing water, and he is assigned to Sadie. O [...]

    5. I didn't enjoy this book at all. I thought the plot was just strange and weird and to be totally honest it didn't make a heck of a lot of sense. Just to clarify, there are "Keepers" who give this healing water to people who are sick and that's it? Oookay I must be missing something because that's kind of boring, which was what this book was to me. There were pages upon pages of boring teenage prattle and of course we had the ever increasing "instant teenage love". Rayne saves Sadie at the beach [...]

    6. Sadie is such a likeable girl Everyone loves and adores her But something seems off with her and she doesn't know what it is She meets this mysterious handsome HOT guy and she immediately falls for him She can't stop thinking about him He's always there for her when she's in trouble Rayne (the HOT guy) is so caring He is gentle with Sadie and is always there for her There is such an intensity between them, but they both know that they can't act on it He has too many secrets that he can't share w [...]

    7. Ok's probably 3.8 (hahaha), but I rounded up instead of down. My sis loaned this to me and it was written by someone that lived in her housing court at U of U. It's a trilogyd I'll be anxious to read the rest of them. My biggest complaint is that I got sucked into the story, but when it was over, I looked back and thought "hmmm. really HAPPENED." Go figure. How can one be obsessively reading a book and then realize that nothing was really going on? I don't know. But that was how I felt when I fi [...]

    8. THE SEARCH IS OVER. I KNOW WHERE TARA GILESBIE IS! SHE'S CHRISTIE ANDERSON!I also know why this book is free — it plain sucks, that's why. This was nothing but a preppy Enoby Dark'ness Dementia Raven Way with good grammar. As a person who's been battling clinical depression for the past five years, I found the author's misuse—nay, abuse of the word "depression" completely maddening. Listening to a non-cheerful song doesn't make you spiral into depression, psychological triggers and lack of s [...]

    9. I really wanted to like this book. The premise sounded unique and engaging, and at times it hinted at becoming what it promised, but I just never clicked with the story. It took a very long time to get anywhere, and even then I felt disappointed with the destination. When I was younger my family would go up to our cottage every summer. It was a five hour drive and I always dreaded it (five hours might as well be five days to a young kid), but at the same time I knew that it would be wonderful an [...]

    10. I really struggled to get through this.It was really boring up until chapter ten. Something finally happened at the end of that chapter, but it only lasted for a few pages before it got boring again. The same thing happened later on in the book, which was really annoying. The main character was okay, but she annoyed me at times. Overall, dull.

    11. This book was a very fun exciting book to read. I recommend this book to all who love YA fiction(O how I would love to see those green eyes)

    12. Oh god, I hate Chick Lit. I'm only 20 pages in and I'm hating it already. She's so darn "I'm blonde and gay. My life is so full of warmth and happiness nothing can stop me from singing and dancing around." She wakes up and gets kissed by her overeager blonde mom, hears her favourite song and feels so energized she started singing to it and prancing around her room. And while she prances, she says (direct quote)"I'm not like those over-exuberant girls". Come on ,man, that's a blatant lie.Even her [...]

    13. 2.5 stars(Source: Downloaded for free from )17-year-old Sadie can’t think of anything else after meeting a mysterious boy on the beach, especially after he saves her life.Who is the mysterious boy though? And why is her birthmark suddenly glowing?This was an okay story, but there was way too much stuff in there that didn’t need to be in there.Sadie was an okay character. She didn’t always make the best decisions, and went into the realms of obsession when she met Rayne, but she was okay.Th [...]

    14. There are three things which make a book interesting for me - that can't put it down/keep me interested feeling, characters who seem to come alive and create a bond, and an ending which leaves me wishing it wasn't over. Christie Anderson hits the mark on all three. Deep Blue Secret is playful, fun, youthful, and mysterious. While it teases us with other world glimpses, it remains down to earth. Sadie is a sweetheart and Rayne is the man of a young girl's dream. As the parent of a young girl, I a [...]

    15. Twilight remadeI found myself extremely irritated with this book from the very beginning. My aim is to always give the book a shot and run through till the end hopes that things get betterThere was a great deal if information that just seemed like it was taking up space in the bookke sentences and paragraphs that were just there to fill up pages instead of adding anything to the book what so ever.Sadie was a great annoyance to mel she was through the whole book was a great big depressed mess. It [...]

    16. Truthfully this book doesn't deserve stars it is dreadful to read about a bimbo blonde who is stuck on herself and the mystery guy with AMAZING EYES seriously it is annoying to read that ten or more times in a book good grief. I seriously couldn't finish it their was no point three days and I got no where. I am off to read another book that is at least worth the attention.

    17. Let's be honest with each other. We are friends. This book was not my friend. It was weird, I HAD TO TRY TWICE before I could get through the damned thing. Ok. Not going to rant. There is nothing I can say about this book. Unfortunately I read it about 2 days ago, and I cant remember anything but I did not like it. THat means that it was a crappy book. I'm sorry. I just can't

    18. This is a book for young teen readers i think as its mostly about high school kids who i must admit are not a favourite age of mine to read about as i find them rather silly and Heather and company were no different. The book did not impress me in the beginning as i found it took a long time to come to the point and was going nowhere but towards the end the story took a turn for the better, became quite gripping when from a teen romance it sort of turned into a thriller. So much so that i think [...]

    19. DNF @ 52/457I can't get into the writing style. It seems really juvenile to me idk. And the instalove thing thanks.

    20. This book has an interesting idea behind it. A group of otherworldly agents who travel throughout the world healing the sick by means of special healing waters. Sadie is connected to healing water in a way she’s never known and certainly doesn’t understand, but she knows something isn’t right. Then a mysterious stranger—a boy from her dreams with crystal green eyes—shows up every time she’s in trouble and somehow makes things okay.This book had a lot of potential, and I admit I was v [...]

    21. I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was not about vampires or werewolves but another supernatural/fantastical beings. Christie Anderson introduces the reader to the idea of these beings called Water Keepers. Water Keepers are agents who are sent on missions to heal people when the really need it. Sadie, the heroine of this story is an almost 18 year old teenage girl who is going through her own personal ups and downs, initially it sounded like she was simply bi-polar or manic d [...]

    22. The always positive and happy Sadie is about to have her life turned upside down in Deep Blue Secret. Unbelievably, for the most part she takes it pretty well. The way she is physically and emotionally losing control makes many things more believable. Rayne is a Water Keeper. He holds the much dear healing water. He always seems to be there when Sadie needs him the most. However, in the beginning he is just this mysterious, nameless boy with the Green diamond eyes. Oh how much more he is and wil [...]

    23. I must confess this book wasn't what I was expecting at all. You have a typical mundane read with the main female lead actually being a very happy and energetic persona, with a loving mother and plenty of friends not your typical social outcast trying to find themselves she seems pretty grounded. Though her dependency becomes a bit of a turn off character wise for my liking, her romance with the male lead was disappointing until the last chapter when the reader gets answers for her mystery condi [...]

    24. *** I received this book from the author after winning it from Giveaways. I put off reading my other books to read this one! I really didn't know what this was going to be about when I started reading it and I thought the story developed really well. A lot of these recent YA novels are really cheesy and annoying, but this one was very different. The characters feel so real! They were very relate-able. Poor Sadie; I would have a mental breakdown if I were in her shoes! The writing was done reall [...]

    25. The cover art deserves 5 stars for drawing me in, and because of it, I really wanted to like this, but, in all honesty, I struggled to even get through it. Sadie is a simpering nitwit whom everyone is supposed to love and adore, but never proves to be the person she's touted to be. The actual bare bones of the story are somewhat interesting, and I can generally overlook the run on and fragmented sentences, incorrect grammar, and a plethora of punctuation errors, but when that "overlooking" is no [...]

    26. When I first started Deep Blue Secret I was worried that I wouldn't like it. It started off kind of slow, and I was confused about a lot of things. As the story progressed I really started to fall in love with the characters. Sadie is really easy to connect with, and she was such an awesome character. Of course I loved Rayne. I loved the tension between the two. I thought the story was great, and I can't wait to read the next book. I have to say this might be the BEST ending in a first book ever [...]

    27. This was a fun, quick read, that kept my attention and filled me with questions right from the start. Many of them were answered throughout the book, but not all of them. Gives me more incentive to read the next one! (Which I didn't really need. I'm very excited for it!)I hate to give spoilers, so I won't. I will say that I really enjoyed the whole idea of and around this book. It really got my imagination going. Oh, and I loved Rayne!If the blurb gives you any desire to read this, I highly enco [...]

    28. OMG. This book was BAAAAAAAD. It was so so so bad. It was like reading an 8th grader trying to write a paranormal love story. It was actually painful. It felt so robotic and I didn't believe any of the characters or their feelings or anything. Please only read this book if you need some advice on how not to write an engaging, believable story. (My original review was much meaner but I felt bad when I realized the possibility that the author could see it, so I made it less cruel. If you would lik [...]

    29. This was a really great book. I loved the whole storyline; a unique yet amazing storyline at that. I loved the characters in this book. Mainly Sadie; she was a brave and courageous character and continued to amaze me with how strong she acted throughout the whole book. She was a loner type, yet loved by everyone. Rayne was an awesome character; funny and amusing yet sweet and kindhearted. Overall I loved the book. Well done Christie :D

    30. well this book got three stars out of five. At the beginning it was really BORING I was tempted to move to another story, but thought of giving it another chance. When I reached half of the book then it started getting interesting then heart aching then OMG gasping then at the very end it was OH HELL I NEED THE FREAKING SECOND BOOK OR ILL KILL SOMEONE!!*running like a mad woman towards the nearest bookstore*

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