Going home was horrific enough without the added trauma of seeing her mother. The McKenna family is full of interesting backstory which will hopefully be developed in the rest of the series. They would refloat the plane if they could find it again, collect strewn parts, and photograph what they could. If she could just go back, take that first time back. I admit to getting a little lost in some of the minutia of historical facts, but ignore me, I tend to get that way anyway. Had she already packed jeans? She broke his heart, but she is not the same girl who left Yancey. The guy has been doing great for months, but he's very quick to suspect him when something goes missing.
This review is my honest opinion. Cole let his sister pull Agnes through the door, and then slid out of the fuselage behind her. Landon lifted his chin in greeting. Put your head between your knees. An icy hand hit his face.
Third-party sites are multimedia services that allow you to read and download e-books. He sees the remains of the Cessna, and radios the surface to inform them that he is going off line. Or will it be too late? Instead, the suspense serves to propel the romance along and to allow the reader a glimpse into how all of the relationships in the story actually work. She recoiled at the image in the mirror. He swam down toward the doorway, scraping his air canister on the frame.
Shattered is the second book of the Alaskan Courage series by Dani Pettrey. To be honest I wasn't expecting much from this book. He wished the flight manifest had arrived before deployment so they knew how many passengers had been on board. She lives in Maryland with her husband, daughters, son in law and grandson. Read my full review: Oh my gosh! I'd say anyone interested in Alaska might find this a good read, however, descriptions of the town and their water activities sound more like any coastal town in California. A stellar debut novel and I look forward to returning to these characters especially secondary characters!! Kayden bypassed the chair and leaned against the sideboard instead. This was a fast read for me and kept my attention from start to finish.
For a debut author, Dani was stepping out on a limb with this chilly setting and she knocked it out of the park. But facing the reality of Bailey's reappearance is a tougher challenge. Landon pulled the crowbar from the gear bag. What can I do for you? Disgusted with her drunken antics again? Najstarší z rodiny McKennovcov, starajúci sa o svojich mladších súrodencov Trochu napätia, trochu romantiky, trochu hľadania, trochu bádania. Yet, he was hopeful that there was still enough air trapped in the craft to keep the victims alive. She rose gingerly on her elbows and opened her eyes, her head swimming with the motion, nausea rolling through her stomach like a thirty-foot wave. Bailey grows and develops leaving her past behind and truly understanding second chances and God's forgiveness.
He can even handle the fact that a murderer has settled in his town and doesn't appear to be moving on. The black water quickly suffocated the floodlights directed down at him from the rescue boats above. I have never read any of Dani Pettrey's work before, but from what I have just recently experienced I am definitely a fan. Agnes deserved for her to be there. Some of the story line I thoroughly enjoyed. Pettrey did an amazing job weaving so many characters into the plot and still making each person and their struggles unique and memorable. I don't like it when books rewrite history.
I very much loved them both! Though she lay on the floor, at least this time she had a pillow beneath her head and something was draped over her—a blanket, her coat? Keeping Agnes protected as best he could, he scrambled to grab a handhold on the frame. A sick feeling rolled through his stomach. It is clearly an outsider who is well concealed adding to the suspense. Agnes was gone—and she was going back to Yancey. I fell in love with all of the characters in the book and can't wait to meet more in the upcoming book two, Shattered. Yancey, Alaska was a quiet town. Dani Pettrey is a wife, homeschooling mom, and author.
I lived in Alaska for around 10 years total, and loved the idea of a book set there. A, na moje prekvapenie, ide o pútavý román. We do not store files, because it is prohibited. Piper was adorable when she set her stubborn mind to something—and the pursuit of justice ranked high on her list. I'm also very interested in finding out more about Gage - the little that is shared in Submerged leaves a lot to be wondered. They lifted the man clear of the seats and into the aisle.