The Deepest Waters
by Dan Walsh
Review By Jen Whitney
4 Stars ****
It is 1857 and John and Laura Foster are celebrating their honeymoon by traveling by sea from San Francisco to New York tovisit John’s family whom he has not talked to in years. Things have been going smooth until their ship runs into a hurricane and John and Laura are separated and Laura believes John has drowned.
Laura is not sure what she is going to do once she reaches New York and has to face her in-laws who do not even know she exists. In the end all she can hope for is a miracle that John is alive somewhere out there. Will Laura get her miracle? What does the future hold?
Dan Walsh weaves together a fantastic story fully of hope, suspense, unconditional love and miracles based loosely on true events. I fell in love with this story, even though at many times it was heart wrenching but others so joyful even when things were rough. I loved Laura’s character and admired her courage to keep going on and her faith for never giving up. She is a lady full of love,strong morals and faith which is combination you can’t go wrong with.
This story proves that men can write just as powerful romances as women, great job Dan Walsh!
Thanks Jen! Here is a link to her beautiful website: http://bookreviewsfromabooklover.blogspot.com/
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