Merely days after her thirtieth birthday, Jessica Hart has been forced by circumstances beyond her control (attempted murder and homelessness) to move back in with her parents and begin the painful process of rebuilding her life, starting with getting a job. As she endures the rejection of multiple job interviews, and her parents irksome attempts to marry her off to the moMerely days after her thirtieth birthday, Jessica Hart has been forced by circumstances beyond her control (attempted murder and homelessness) to move back in with her parents and begin the painful process of rebuilding her life, starting with getting a job. As she endures the rejection of multiple job interviews, and her parents irksome attempts to marry her off to the most eligible bachelors in town (meaning unmarried and able to string simple words together to form a sentence), she feels herself sinking into a deep depression. To top it all off, it’s been three weeks since she’s heard from the ever elusive Eric Wolf. But, she could swear she saw him the other day at the Gas ‘n’ Go. And, who was that strange man built like a rhino on steroids who followed her around the mall last Tuesday?Just when Jessica can’t take it anymore, her cousin, Barbie O’Grady, invites her on the vacation of a lifetime to Phuket Island. Her parents tell her not to go. Her brother, Greg, tells her not to go. And, the airport TSAs seem to have banded against her. Before they know it, the cousins are pursued by strange men, kidnapped, drugged, and stranded in the Jungle by an elephant named Bessie. Now, Jessica and Barbie have questions that need answers before they turn up dead, or worse....
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Cerulean Seas Reviews
Normally speaking, I read stories that have some type of creepy crawly in it; something that goes bump in the night. That said… I really have enjoyed reading Jenn Brink’s Jessie Hart novels. The first, Black Roses, was so bloody amusing that I had to grab the second. It took me all of a day to burn through it. Jessie Hart is an adorable, crazy, sexy character with the worst luck in the world! After her first insane adventure you’d think she’d get a break…nope. You’d almost feel bad for her if it weren’t so entertaining. One moment you’ll want to pat her on the head for being so blasted cute…and the next you’ll want to pop her upside it for not listening; making Eric Wolf a very understandable character. Eric Wolf is the owner of high end security company, and the obvious love interest of Jessie. He is as interesting of a character as our heroine. Though his role in this story isn’t heavy, the emotional connection plays a huge role in her development. Reading from a guy’s point of view I would have liked to have more good GUYS show up. The story line was pretty packed with villainous psychos and sociopaths. Cerulean Seas was a fun read. Plain and simple. If you are looking for a quick and entertaining book, a little Sexy and the City crushing on Jason Bourne, grab the Jessie Hart novels.
All in all, Cerulean Seas was marvelous! I think I am going to die before the next book comes out!!! Don’t avoid this book! Don’t put off reading it! Go out and buy it, NOW!fora more in depth review, check out my book review site at www.bookfairie.weebly.com
Very well done. I enjoyed the main character and the misadventures she was going through.
Cerulean Seas is the second in a series featuring Jessie Hart. She's just as impulsive, foolish, clueless and bumbling as in the first book. Everything i said in my review of the first book is still accurate in this review. Poor story mapping, grammatical errors and awkward writing. I read it because i had a copy and i had hoped that the issues in the first book would not be present. I wanted to like the books but i just couldn't.
This book was different from the first book in the series. It wasn't as dark, more funny than serious, not that it didn't have its moments. It was different, but not in a bad way. More in a its definitely the same series but I don't feel like I'm reading the same book way. I'm not sure which one I liked better. They were both pretty great. I loved the character development and Barbie is my new favorite. I may have to read it again.
Stephanie Plum has nothing on Jessica Hart.
Readers are saying this one is even better than 'Black Roses'! I personally think 'Black Roses' is better. You'll have to read them for yourself and cast your vote!