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Message In A Bottle: A Surf's Up Novella Kindle Edition
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There was one incident of head hopping and “tight” was used where “tightly” was needed, but I loved most of the story. Almost all of it was told in Kyle’s and Morgan’s points of view, and I could sympathize with both. However, the ending was a big disappointment and let-down. I hated it!
Two CIA agents knocked on Kyle's apartment door and whisked him away on an airplane, giving him scant information. They emailed, from his account, a message to his fiancee telling her that he had cold feet and needed time away.
Mystery, intrigue, love, secrets all in one story!
Absolutely, loved this book! Wonderfully written. Best book I've read in awhile.
The one thing that caused me to give it four stars instead of five is that it is a novella. With the limited number of pages, there was no room for thoroughly developed characters and storyline. If it had been longer, and had gone into more details in the story and if the characters had been more developed, I would have given it five stars.
This novella is such a gem! Message in a Bottle is a story I enjoyed from beginning to end. Each chapter packs a punch with lovable characters, hidden surprises, tender scenes, and wonderful action that takes readers across an ocean and through some incredible personal decision making. The character development made this story shine for me, and I found myself asking, “What would I do?” It was fun to play that game with the characters of Kyle, Morgan, and Lexie.
This is a novella that I read over two days' time. I found myself turning the pages quickly because the story is so compelling, though there were times I sat back and savored the plot. I highly recommend this novella! I look forward to Book Three in the Surf's Up series, The Shell Collector's Daughter.
And if you haven’t read Book One, go get it now: A Tide Worth Turning.