Darcy swore she was done with undercover journalism. Done. Done. Done.
Darcy joined the cruise ship and is anxious to meet up with Abby. That meeting never happens. Abby is gone.
The cruise line says she quit and they sent her things to shore. Darcy is not convinced.
When Gage McKenna shows up to lead the adventure excursions, Darcy is worried she’ll lose more than just the ability to solve the mystery of Abby’s disappearance. She might just lose her heart, too.
This is the third book in the Alaskan Courage series. You can read my review of the first book, Submerged, here.
As with the previous title, one really kind of needs to suspend belief. If you can do that, you’ll probably really enjoy this book. I’m giving it 4.5 stars because of that, and because there were some formatting issues in the Kindle edition and they were distracting. If you’re looking for a booked packed with adventure, this one’s up your alley.
I received this book for free from Bethany House publishers (www.bethanyhouse.com) for this review.