Marie Sinclair and her three-year-old daughter are doing fine, thank you very much. She's learned to depend on herself no matter how tough her financial situation gets.
Reece Cahill returned to his hometown because of his father's illness. Has Marie changed or is she still looking for love at Pete's Bar?
I read the first book in Lynnette's
series and liked it so much that I purchased Book 2. I wasn't
disappointed. There's a strong spiritual thread throughout the story. Little
Alyssa is adorable although she sometimes sounds more like a teenager than a
three-year-old child. Pacific Shores
Taysia Sumner made a few cameo appearances from the first book, but I wished the author had included her more. After all, she and Marie were like sisters. It would have added to the story if she'd been supporting and advising her.
Throughout the book, I was reminded of the scripture saying those who are forgiven much love much. I think Marie displayed this, while certain characters seemed to forget they needed forgiveness as much as she did.
If you're a fan of sweet romance, you'll love this book. Five Stars for Caught in the Current.
Writers: This is a series which focuses on a particular character. Have you considered writing about various characters from your original story? Please share.
Readers: Are you a fan of the sweet romance or do you prefer an element of suspense/history?
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher paid me for a favorable review. All opinion expressed are mine and mine alone.
Sounds like an interesting read. Thanks for the review, Susan. Have a great weekend! :)
Caught in the Current sounds interesting. Thanks for a lovely review Susan!
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