Friday, March 14, 2014

Serpent Tide Book 3: Diamondback Cave (Serpent Tide Series) by K.L. Fogg

Imogene Vandergrift wants out of jail. And she'll say or do just about anything to make sure she can recover the millions in diamonds she has hidden away. Television reality-adventure star Jack Mackey wants nothing to do with Imogene especially after what she has already put his son Wesley through. Jack has assured Wes that the evil woman who pretended for years to be his mother will remain behind bars. But that was before Alex Harris mysteriously disappeared. Now the rules have changed. Wesley and his best friend Amanda decide it is up to them to find Alex, Amanda's soon-to-be stepfather. A little covert detective work leads them to Diamondback Cave. Although Imogene's diamonds are hidden inside, it is named for the rattlesnakes that infest the black hole in the ground. However, the cavern also holds other dangers henchman who may be working for, or against, Imogene. Can Wesley's friends and family survive these new attacks from Imogene Vandergrift? Will Amanda find Alex before it's too late for him to become part of her family? Will you be able to catch your breath as you dive into Diamondback Cave?
File Size: 522 KB
Print Length: 266 pages
Publisher: Covenant Communications (August 5, 2011)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
ASIN: B005G50T7I

My Review:Serpent Tide Book 3: Diamondback Cave (Serpent Tide Series) by K.L. Fogg


One places says series is Serpent Tide series and one places Wesley Mackey series. Either way I like the series. Full of action, dramas, interesting characters and just a well told story.

Alex has disappeared right before his wedding to Maria. Wesley thinks its more than cold feet that made Alex text his breakup. No one believes him. So Alex and Amanda decide to try and find him. They find him and get kidnapped themselves.

Missing diamonds in a old cave system with lots of bats, snakes and other wild life.
It goes from one dangerous adventure to another.
clean read. Exciting right to the last page.

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