Stranded Review


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In Stranded by Dani Pettrey, Darcy St. James returns to Alaska to help her old friend with an undercover investigation aboard a cruise ship - but right after she arrives, her friend goes missing.  Darcy goes on a hunt for her friend while struggling to maintain her cover.  What she doesn't expect is to run into Gage, the man she almost fell for on her last trip to Alaska.

I liked this book. It was full of adventure and sinister happenings, and I liked the romance woven in as well.  The characters were likable, and it was easy to read.  The conclusion of the mystery was not something that I was expecting when I started the book.  I don't want to say too much so I don't ruin it, but I really liked it.

This is another one of those series where the characters are connected to characters in the other books, and once again it leaves me wanting to go back and read all their stories!  It also makes me want to visit Alaska.

I'm looking forward to checkin gout more of Pettrey's books - I love it when I find a new author that I like.  I would recommend this book - it's a perfect fall/winter read, because you can read about the cold Alaskan landscapes from the comfort of your cozy living room!

Note: I received this book for free from Bethany House in exchange for this review.  This is my honest opinion.
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Michelle said...

I am excited to read this book. I have read the first two-both excellent! Good review. : )

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