In Stranded, the third book in author Dany Pettrey's Alaskan Courage series, reporter Darcy St. James returns to Alaska to join her journalist friend Abby undercover on the trail of a big story. However, when she discovers that Abby has vanished from a cruise ship, Darcy isn... Read More
Meanwhile, Gage McKenna has taken a summer-long stint leading adventure excursions for the passengers of the cruise lines that dock for a few days of sightseeing. And the last person he expects to see there is Darcy. He'd love to just forget her - but something won't let him.
As the pair heads into more remote regions of Alaska and eventually into foreign waters, it becomes clear that something sinister is going on - and the deeper they push, the more Gage fears they've only discovered the tip of the iceberg.
Page Count: 352
- Product type: Book
- Format: Softcover
- Release Date: Aug 7, 2013
- UPC: 9780764209840
- Height: 0
- Width: 0
- Length: 0
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 344
- Publish Date: Sep 1, 2013
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- BISAC: "FIC027110"
- ISBN: 0764209841
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- Suspense at Sea by Nise' on 9/22/2013
The first two books in this series, Submerged and Shattered were page turning delights. I was looking forward to Darcy and Gage's story in this third installment. The suspense and investigation of Darcy's missing friend overshadowed their romance and I was a bit disappointed. The action and adventure was non-stop and well written - it kept me glued to the pages to find out what happened to Abby. I found myself more interested in Kayden and Jake and hope they get their own story.
- Crusie Ship Crime by Smiling Sally on 9/4/2013
I did not read the first two titles in this series, and I think I'd have liked this Christian fiction better if I had. The author worked hard to fill in gaps for readers like me, but still there were times I had to shrug my shoulders and press on with the reading. I suppose it's difficult with a large cast of characters to fill in the background of everyone involved.
The main character, Darcy, is hard to admire because she falls for so many obvious ploys in this novel about cruise ship crime. I could not understand how she and her romantic interest, Gage, could be so blind to the dangers around them.
Obviously, this is not one of my favorites. Perhaps you'll feel differently.
Thank you to Noelle Buss at Bethany House Publishers for my copy.