Lots of time, the first 100 pages or so, was taken up with setting up the submarines and things that just didn't hold my attention this time. Finally, things start to pick up and now we find that Mark knows he wants Gina for his wife, but he has to convince her. To make matters more complicated, she is dating someone else. Will that other person win her heart, or will Mark, or will she just wind up married to her career?
Well, the world almost never knew, because I got so-very-very-bogged down in the daily life of submarine stuff, that I have about lost interest and did something I never ever do. I skipped to the end just to see! GASP! That is so not me, but I did. I've read lots of other big name writers with submarines and many other things, so it wasn't that. It was totally different than Dee's other books. Sadly, I'm just not wild about this one.