This story swept me away with its quaint town on Lake Michigan. The characters had depth and were relatable. I could feel the tension and fearfulness that Adeleigh had as she tried to run and hide from danger and heartbreak. David was a well-crafted hero, taking care of his grandma and siblings and smart enough to see people for who they really were.
The book was full of mystery, danger and an intriguing premise that we sometimes confide in near strangers when that is easier and less intimidating than telling our secrets to those we hold dear.
The author effortlessly pulls together facts about fishing and small towns and put me right in the middle of the action, all the while giving a solid spiritual message with characters who live out their faith.
An absorbing story by a talented author. I look forward to her next book with anticipation.
*I received a complimentary copy of this ebook from the author. I was not required to post a favorable review. All opinions are my own.*5 stars and a solid faith thread.
She’s lost her future. He’s sacrificed his. Now they have a chance to reclaim it—together.
Wisconsin, 1930—While fleeing for her life, Adaleigh Sirland’s rescue of a child introduces her to a family who provides her safe harbor. When her identity comes under threat of exposure, she must choose between running once more or helping the man who teaches her to hope again.
First mate David Martins is intrigued by the mysterious woman taken in by his grandmother, but she wrestles with a troubled past. When his estranged father is arrested for murder, can David put aside his own struggles in time to discern which secret threatens Adaleigh before it kills them both?
Welcome to Crow’s Nest, where danger and romance meet at the water’s edge.
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