Monday, September 30, 2013

Book Review: Stranded

Book Three of Dani Pettrey’s Alaskan Courage series is just as exciting and intriguing as the first two books. In Stranded, the stories of the McKenna siblings continue, this time focusing mostly on Gage. The family has just signed a contract with an Alaskan cruise line to provide adventure excursions for interested passengers in each port. Gage’s job is to travel on board the ship, training these passengers for camping, kayaking, and hiking adventures. Gage thinks this new aspect to his job will give him just the diversion he needs to forget Darcy St. James, whom he met in Book Two, Shattered.

As Gage makes his plans, Darcy’s friend and former partner begs her for help with her latest undercover, investigative reporting assignment. Darcy thought she’d given up that kind of reporting, but Abby sounds desperate. Darcy heads to Alaska and greets her friend only to learn that Abby’s gone missing by the very next day. Darcy determines to find her whatever the risk.

Fans of romantic suspense with a Christian message will love this story. Bethany House Publishers sent me a complimentary copy for this honest review. I enjoyed reading it just as I enjoyed reading both Submerged and Shattered. I’ll be watching for the next McKenna story, Silenced, next year.
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