Undetected Review

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In Undetected by Dee Hendreson, submarine commander Mark Bishop comes back from his three month patrol at sea to meet up with his friend's younger sister - "Gina the Genius".  Gina Grey has been working on sonar science for most of her adult life, and she makes several new discoveries that can contribute to the safety - or the danger - of the submarines like the ones where Mark and her brother spend most of their time.  As these discoveries are handled by the Navy she finds herself more in the company of Bishop, and feelings begin to grow.

I liked this book - it was interesting to read, and I was impressed with how much in-depth information Henderson included about submarines and sonar. She really seemed to know what she was talking about, and the breakthroughs that Gina discovers in the books were interesting.  I found myself wondering if these were real discoveries or if Henderson had just made them up!

I liked the way the romance developed between the two main characters.  I will say that I was somewhat annoyed with Mark's character during the first part of the book when Gina is dating someone else.  He goes out of his way to be fair to the other guy, and I found myself getting irritated with him.  Hasn't he ever heard of "it's all fair in love and war"?  Go get the girl, don't be setting her up to spend more time with your rival!  But I suppose it was honorable, and it all works out in the end anyway.

I enjoyed the way the plot and all of Gina's scientific discoveries came together in the end to avert a crisis - I thought it tied the whole book together nicely.  The romance story was also finished off nicely at the end of the book.  Henderson also cleverly inserted some characters from one of her previous books into this story, and now I'm curious to go back and read that one as well!  I'm looking forward to reading more from this series!

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