Blurb from Goodread
Annie Fleet, master scuba diver and history buff, knows she can’t fight her nerd status as a freshman at her Los Angeles private school. And she doesn’t care—except for the fact that her crush, Josh, thinks she’s more adorable than desirable. Annie is determined to set him straight on their school trip to Mexico. But her teacher has other plans: he needs Annie to help him find Cortez’s lost-long treasure.
Suddenly, Annie finds herself scuba diving in pitch-black waters, jetting to Hawaii with Josh, and hunting for the priceless Golden Jaguar. But Annie and Josh aren’t the only ones lured by the possibility of finding the greatest treasure ever lost at sea. Someone else wants the gold—and needs Annie dead. In deeper danger than she ever imagined, can Annie get the boy and find the Jaguar, or is she in over her head?
Critically-acclaimed author Coert Voorhees delivers breathtaking romance and non-stop action in his newest novel, the spirited and captivating In Too Deep.
I know nothing about scuba diving or places that take place in this story. But the way the author wrote it, made it wasn’t difficult for me to be there in the story. It’s well written with enough description to guide reader, who doesn’t familiar with diving and treasure hunting like myself, to picture it and understand what Annie was talking about.
However, my favorite part was Annie Fleet, the main character and narrator of this book. She’s what I think a scuba diving and treasure hunting geek is. She’s well train and a certified scuba diver and has a huge crush to Josh Rebstock a son of an academy award winning actress. I think she’s a lovable character. It was easy to love her from the moment she’s introduced. She’s smart, witty and I just love her geekiness, though she tries to hide it so many times. But it’s just cute and most importantly she could be funny without being force to do it.