In My Opinion
Dangerous Waters starts with Cassidy and Ty enjoying their new relationship. One that is soon in jeopardy with the newcomer. But it’s not only the relationship that’s in danger. Every friend
Cassidy has made in Lantern Beach is now a target.
Barritt does an excellent job of playing a bit of a mind game with readers, making them question whether the man Cassidy recognized is truly who she believes him to be. Add to that the delicate balance of investigating while keeping her cover and balancing this new rocky landscape with Ty, and Barritt delivers another hang-on-tight-and-don’t-let-go story that ends much too seen.
The good news? There’s more of Lantern Beach to come because there’s still a mystery to be solved.
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About the Book
Cassidy Livingston’s new identity has begun to feel as comfortable as her favorite sweater. She’s been tucked away on Lantern Beach for weeks, waiting to testify against a deadly gang, and is settling in to a new life she wants to last forever.
When she thinks she spots someone malevolent from her past, panic swells inside her. If an enemy has found her, Cassidy won’t be the only one who’s a target. Everyone she’s come to love will also be at risk.
Dangerous waters threaten to pull her into an overpowering chasm she may never escape. Can Cassidy survive what lies ahead? Or has the tide fatally turned against her?
Other books in series:
Perilous Riptide (coming soon)
Deadly Undertow (coming soon)