Nora Roberts
The Reef
March 01, 2020 Comments.. 430
The Reef Marine archaeologist Tate Beaumont has a passion for treasure hunting Over the years she and her father have uncovered many fabulous riches but one treasure has always eluded them Angelique s Curse

  • Title: The Reef
  • Author: Nora Roberts
  • ISBN: 9780425231845
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
  • Marine archaeologist Tate Beaumont has a passion for treasure hunting Over the years, she and her father have uncovered many fabulous riches, but one treasure has always eluded them Angelique s Curse a jeweled amulet heavy with history, dark with legend, and tainted with blood In order to find this precious artifact, the Beaumonts reluctantly form a partnership with saMarine archaeologist Tate Beaumont has a passion for treasure hunting Over the years, she and her father have uncovered many fabulous riches, but one treasure has always eluded them Angelique s Curse a jeweled amulet heavy with history, dark with legend, and tainted with blood In order to find this precious artifact, the Beaumonts reluctantly form a partnership with salvagers Buck and Matthew Lassiter.Having to share this dream is than Tate can bear, but she has little choice As the Beaumonts and Lassiters pool their resources to locate Angelique s Curse, the Caribbean waters thicken and darken with shadowy deceptions and hidden threats Their partnership is placed in jeopardy when Matthew refuses to share information including the truth behind his father s mysterious death several years earlier For now, Tate and Matthew continue their uneasy alliance until danger and desire begin to rise to the surface

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    1. Cristina Leitón says:

      Esto sí. ESTO SÍ. Después del bajón al leer Bruja oscura, volver a leer a Nora Roberts en todo su esplendor ha sido maravilloso. Una historia llena de aventuras, misterios y amor. He aprendido tantísimo sobre submarinismo, arqueología marina y barcos que solo con eso ya me doy por satisfecha. Pero Nora Roberts (en las novelas en las que se lo curra, que no son todas, aunque me duela decirlo) nos regala también unos personajes trabajadísimos y unas relaciones que avanzan a lo largo de la [...]

    2. Georgina says:

      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 without drama along the way, of course). I liked both Matthew and Tate individually, as well as a couple, and enjoyed reading about their lives during their time apart. I thought this gave a lot of depth to their characters.I enjoyed the twist(s) in the story at the end (Go Teams Bea [...]

    3. Nicole says:

      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 [...]

    4. Susanna Herrero says:

      3,5. Porque el romance al principio no me ha convencido, demasiado forzado. Luego mejora muchísimo e incluso ha habido 2 sorpresas que me han dejado con la boca abierta.

    5. Mandy says:

      I bought this book at the airport because I had finished my other book and had forgotten my second book at home. I knew it wasn't going to be the great American novel, but Nora Roberts, for what she does, usually delivers with a good beach read/plane read.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, I want to go back and re-rea [...]

    6. Elizabeth Nesbit-comer says:

      I loved all the information about diving/wreck hunting/ and scavenging. The ocean and adventures were beautifully described and 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 b [...]

    7. Anita says:

      One of my favorite Nora Roberts books of all time. It has all the elements that make a great romantic-suspense for me. 1) a treasure hunt 2) real nasty villain and 3) H/h who are reunited after being torn apart.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 [...]

    8. Bonnie Staughton says:

      The Lassiters and Beaumonts team up to salvage wrecked ships for treasure and share the "riches". Tate Beaumont is studying to be a marine archeologist and her focus is to salvage the whole ship and set up a museum to display what is found. The Lassiters are more interested in the money they can make. One treasure, "Angelique's Curse", is the driving force in finding the "Santa Marguerite" and the "Isabella". The rich Silas Van Dyke also has a passion for finding the amulet and will stop at noth [...]

    9. Lyhomaliz says:

      Really good mix of romance and mystery! loved the emotion and heartbreak and passion. I got so into this book that I felt anger, betrayal, joy and so many more emotions alongside the characters. I thought really well written in my opinion.

    10. Nicole R says:

      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. The problem? 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 1998 at the young age of 15). 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 archaelog [...]

    11. Cinny says:

      Don't let the number of stars I gave this book full you - it was certainly a good story and I would recommend it to any Nora Roberts fan. This is the second of NR's earlier novels that I've read recentley, and I have to admit, I find them a bit refreshing compared to some of the books she is putting out now - same plotline, same couple, different nameyou know what I am saying if you have read more than one of her books. That's not to say that I don't enjoy her current works, I do, very much. It' [...]

    12. Raquel Bernardes says:

      Acho que a Nora Roberts prima por descrever tão detalhadamente sobre o tema da busca ao tesouro e da simbologia que este envolve esta muito bem desenvolvido. Mathew quer o tesouro para poder resolver a sua vida financeiramente, Tate é porque adora um bom projecto científico e que não poderia recusar este. No final de contas, acabam por descobrir um tesouro ainda maior o amor que os une. Adoro as histórias de Nora Roberts, aliás tenho uma boa colecção dos livros porque adoro a forma como [...]

    13. Josie says:

      I don't usually read romance novels, but this was lying around the house (my mum got it for my sister) and I was bored. I'm giving it two stars for the unintentional hilarity; the plot and characterisation get no stars. (Yes, she'd been kissed before. But she knew the difference between boy and man. It was a man who held her, drew from her. It was a man she wanted. [:] "You want to make love with me." Her chin came up. Her eyes, all at once, were a woman's, and just as mysterious. "I'm not a chi [...]

    14. Mojca says:

      Eight years ago, when she was twenty and full of optimism and naivete, Tate Beaumont gave her heart to Matthew Lassiter, the man she met searching for wrecks in the Caribbean, only for him to throw that heart back to her, broken.Now, a respectable marine archeologist, Tate hates to see her parents being charmed by Matthew and his uncle once more, in their pursuit of the elusive gem Matthew's father gave his life for, Angelique's Curse. Despite what Matthew's uncle might think, there is no curse, [...]

    15. Cheryl says:

      Abandoned at 25%. It's just not for me.

    16. Kelly says:

      Me gusta el estilo de esta escritora! Creo que voy a leer más de ella. Muy recomendable.

    17. 78sunny says:

      Ich habe schon eine ganze Menge Bücher von Nora Roberts gelesen und mich immer an die Zeitgenössischen gehalten. Um die Suspence Romane habe ich einen großen Bogen gemacht. Ich wusste, dass dieser Roman hier ein bisschen zwischen diesen beiden Genres liegt. Trotzdem habe ich es gewagt. Bereut habe ich es zwar nicht, aber ich persönlich mochte das Verhältnis zwischen Spannung und Liebesgeschichte nicht so sehr. Das Buch ist etwas für Leser, die weniger Wert auf die Liebesgeschichte legen un [...]

    18. Amy A says:

      This was a really nice read by Nora Roberts. All of the ocean imagery was done really well on Roberts's part. The details of the ocean life and diving really made me feel like I was a bystander on the boat watching the characters dive for treasure. Nora Roberts, in my opinion, has never had problems immersing the readers in her stories, fully committing to what the characters do. Now I don't know how a professional diver would feel reading this book, but for an unprofessional like myself (actual [...]

    19. Eva Ceravieja says:

      Hay cosas (comportamiento de hombres) que no me entusiasman demasiado, tal vez porque, aunque me guste la romántica, son cosas que veo normal en libros de histórica pero no en contemporánea. Incluso con eso, el libro me ha encantado. La temática es genial (mi miniyó que quería ser bióloga marina ha disfrutado mucho), la verdad es que gracias a la labor de documentación que hace Roberts aprendes un montón.

    20. Silvana (Por detrás das Palavras) says:

      Este foi apenas o terceiro livro que li de Nora Roberts por isso não posso fazer uma justa comparação com a vasta obra da autora. Contudo, em relação àqueles que já tinha lido (Era uma vez um estrela e Oferenda Mortal) assume a posição central.A sinopse que é apresentada na contracapa não corresponde, na minha opinião, à estória que encontramos no livro. Pela minha leitura, a interpretação que faço é que não era Tate que andava atrás da Maldição de Angelique e sim o Matthew [...]

    21. Catarina says:

      Como já vem sendo habitual com esta autora, este foi mais um livro que me deleitei a ler.Este é um livro que, na minha opinião deve ser lido numa altura especifica do ano - Verão. Com todas as fantásticas descrições que a autora faz das praias e dos sitios onde os Beaumonts e os Lassiters atracam os seus barcos, dá vontade de ir dar um mergulho quando terminamos de ler determinado capitulo.A história em si tem um començo um tanto abrupto mas que logo é compensado, aquando do meio do l [...]

    22. Bridget says:

      I am not going to review every Nora Roberts book that I have read in the past because she is quite prolific and it would get redundant and I honestly cannot remember all the plots. I think someone finds someone else attractive but at least one cannot admit it so there is sexual tension, then lots of sex, and then they live happily ever after? Sometimes there is some magic , a family legacy, or a mystery. Certainly not great works of literature (however still 100% better than “the grapes of wra [...]

    23. Erin says:

      One of the best parts about traveling for me it picking a book to take along. This time around we went to Hawaii, and I was looking for something good to lounge with on the beach. The Reef was it - a perfect beach read. It is a story set in the Pacific, entwined with murder, greed, passion, piracy, a nasty bad guy, cursed amulets, and romance. All of the elements which make for good vacation reading. Tate Beaumont is a marine biologist with a passion for treasure hunting. She and her family form [...]

    24. Dana West says:

      If the library was a candy store, this book would be Sprees. At first it is sweet, then tart, I ate up each color like a giddy kid, and then I was left a little ill. I liked the premise of the story but there are too many cliched plot points and archetypical characters. I am also left thinking why is it socially acceptable for a woman to lose herself to anger and strike a man, but when a man strikes a woman it is abusive? Isn't this an ugly double standard? In addition, I sincerely hope that Rob [...]

    25. Brandy says:

      I loved this book! It had murder, sex, adventure, treasure, love, drama. It kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. I was so upset when it was over. Tate & Matthew were made for each other and it took them 8 yrs to find their way again. I loved all the diving & treasure hunting stuff. It was fascinating. An awesome book.4/28/17 - This was a reread. I didn't remember anything about it though. I probably read it maybe 15 years ago? But I saved it because I remember thinking it was m [...]

    26. L.C. Lavado says:

      Retirado do post original em alerdesde1500/2013Adorei o ambiente do livro, mas faltou originalidade à intriga pareceu-me uma junção de clichés o vilão foi do mais banal e previsível que li nos últimos anos :(Um bom livro para ler na praia, mas longe de ser o melhor de N. Roberts.3 estrelas só pelo ambiente e porque adoro mergulho. As partes de 'caça ao tesouro' foram muito interessantes, o romance meah e a intriga pareceu uma colagem de estereótipos.Espero ter um bocadinho mais de sort [...]

    27. Michelle says:

      DNF. I finished disc 3 and was already over it. The heroine was very young and I tried to look past that, but the hero just kept mentioning it, not allowing me to forget! The hero's father in murdered in the first few pages and I assume would have been a bigger factor, I just couldn't get into it. If it had only been 7 discs, I may have suffered through, but 11? Wasn't happening.I think I am going to stick with Robert's trilogies.

    28. Areese says:

      I am never a fan of deep-sea diving nor does it interest me to know anything about the world beneath but this book made me see a different world unknown to me and it has given me the most wonderful "deep-sea" adventure ever. Suspense, mystery, romancel in one. I enjoyed every page! After Morrigan's Cross and now this, Nora Roberts has now become one of my favorite authors.

    29. Rebecca Rainbow says:

      This is a fantastic book, I think it was the first book that I read of Nora Roberts and it's still a favourite. I love the main characters and how Nora writes it makes the writing leap off the page. I thought that the story had everything you could want, romance, adventure, a bit of a crime/thriller. Set against the Caribbean, just what you need during the winter months.

    30. Karen Sage says:

      Good quick read, focused on St Kitts and Nevis which I'm interested in because of a vet school thereting plot Got me thinking, are there really shipwrecks out there to be found? Enjoyed the story

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