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- Print Length: 278 pages
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- Publication Date: February 28, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07B4PQGB7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Sea of Hope Kindle Edition
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This read starts off with Doria's character mourning the loss of her dad, in addition to a split from her boyfriend, and loss of her job. If that wasn't enough, we learn her dad left his trawler, the Merrichase, to Murray. The emotional upheaval, caused by these chain of events, allowed readers to have a clear picture of how Doria may be unwilling to compromise and be likely to overreact.
Murray, on the other hand, loved his job as a doctor. He had taken comfort in being befriended by Doria's dad, Ed. Now, that Ed was gone Murray had lost hope. Murray was afraid to look ahead to the future, as the upcoming murder trial was always on his mind.
Father Zaleski, Uncle Walter, Pam, Rich and George were all unique supporting characters that brought an added dimension to the plot. None of these supporting characters were flat. I like that we slowly gain more details about them. I also felt the children, and the way they were included, brought a lot more depth to this read.
Chad was Doria's former high school classmate. Chad was the class clown and held a secret for many years that damaged Doria's reputation. We see Chad flub things as he tries to make amends with Doria. We also meet Alex and Doria's x-boyfriend, Ted. Neither are good boyfriend material.
My very favorite part of this read is the setting and I was thrilled when they took the Merrichase out of port. Combining the beauty of the setting with the open honesty of flawed character's make this a well balanced read that is definitely worth checking out!
I received this reissued Christian romance, through the generosity of the author for an honest review. And the book has a lovely new cover. This book was originally published back in 2001 and was a 2002 winner of EPIC's eBook Award for 'Best Inspirational'.