Through Waters Deep

Through Waters DeepThe last thing quiet secretary Mary Stirling wants is to draw attention to herself. But it seems that the more she fights it the more inevitable it becomes. When it becomes apparent that someone is sabotaging the US Navy Mary inadvertently thrusts herself into the spotlight, even though her superiors would seem to shrug off her investigations as gossip. When a former acquaintance from back home turns up in the form of naval officer Jim Avery Mary enlists his help…and maybe his heart.

The much anticipated series I have been dying to read is here! So why do I feel so unenthused? Don’t get me wrong – I have read one series by Sarah Sundin and have come to the conclusion that I will probably read anything she writes.  Her aviator series was purty durn good and the reason why I had high hopes for Waves of Freedom. Unfortunately I didn’t feel that I ever really connected with any of the characters. I liked Mary since she was a character I could empathize with, but I wasn’t exactly thrilled with the storyline. Just one of those things. It really isn’t a shabby story, just not jam-packed with the type of adventure that I absolutely love. (And I still can’t wait for the rest of the series.)

DISCLAIMER: In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” we would like to note that we received a hardcopy of “Through Waters Deep”  provided by the publishers, Revell, in exchange for our honest review.


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