If you haven’t read Deep, immediately stop reading this blog, go read Deep, and then you can read this blog and Deeper. I promise that reading this book will only make sense after you have read the first one. Literally, Deeper picks up right where Deep left off.
So, after all the time Diana invested into finding Rafe, tracking him, and planning, she managed to get herself close to him. And then she let herself get really close to him, if’n you know what I mean. Nudge nudge, wink wink, say no more, say no more. Not only are they doing the dirty on the regular, she’s also starting to have feelings for him, and she’s kind of kicking herself about it, because she still blames the man for killing her father, and she still plans to find what he stole. She makes a plan to try to get a chance to search everything, but then she backs out of it. However, when something happens and she gets the chance, she searches and finds something, but not what she was looking for. When she does look at what she found, she found out some seriously shocking things that changed her whole life around. Of course, that doesn’t stop her from running.
When Rafe wakes up, he discovers that Diana is gone. He’s worried that someone has taken her. Then he finds out that she left on her own and that she went through his belongings and took something that was more potentially dangerous than a dirty nuke. He goes out after her, but discovers that she has managed to shake him, by just minutes, but still she’s gone. He starts beating himself up for trusting her, since he should know better due to his background. He knows that he’s going to have to do things that he doesn’t want to do. When Diana breaks back into his apartment to return the item she took, he manages to grab her and get up close and personal with her.
OK, this is where we are going to part. Since the last one was a cliffhanger, I neeeeeded this one. I’m glad I got it. It really did satisfy me and give me the answers that I needed and it drew everything to a nice close. That being said, I like the first book a little more. It’s just personal preference, and I can’t tell you exactly why it’s so. Don’t get me wrong, I like Deeper too, I enjoyed it and read the hell out of it. It’s just that if I liked Deep to 100, I liked Deeper to 90. Go check them out and tell me what you think, if you think I’m nuts or whatever. Just go read them. They aren’t overly dark, though they do have some shades of black streaking through them.
I knew I was right to not like that bitch from Interpol. She was nasty. And the majority of the authorities were little help anyway. Good thing Rafe had all his friends to help him with everything, because otherwise, it would’ve gone really poorly for everyone.
That’s about all I’m going to say about this book, because I don’t want to spoil anything. Go read it yourself. Meanwhile, happy reading!