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Tailspin (Mountain Cove) Mass Market Paperback – April 5, 2016
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Elizabeth Goddard is the bestselling, award-winning author of more than twenty-three romance novels. A 7th generation Texan, Elizabeth graduated with a B.S. degree in computer science and worked in high-level software sales for several years before retiring to home school her children and fulfill her dream of becoming an author. She lives in East Texas with her husband and four children.
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Sylvie Masters is a professional scuba diver instructor. She recently received word that her mother was killed in a plane crash in Alaska. Her mother was on her way to Mountain Cove, a place Sylvie never would have imagined her mother to go. Something was wrong with this whole picture, especially when you take into consideration the strange text message she received from her mother right before she took off. Sylvie is determined to find her mother's downed plane and find some answers. As she is diving in a cold water channel, she thinks she has found a plane but is attacked before she can identify it. She rises too fast and has a mild case of decompression sickness. Wounded she makes it to the shore of a small island but there is a shooter after her so she runs for her life.
Will Pierson is a bush pilot from Mountain Cove and is flying over the island when he sees a woman being chased by a rifleman. He can't leave her to die at the man's hand so he lands his plane on the water in front of the woman. He rescues the girl only to find out that she is looking for the plane his mother was flying when she died. God had to have put them together. His plane is shot and they soon have to make a crash landing. How is he ever going to get her to a hyperbaric chamber and keep her safe? Why are men trying to kill her.
This is a journey of their struggle to live while men are attacking them from every direction. Who is out there trying to keep them from finding their mothers plane? Is Sylvie's step father involved? How can they survive? God has a plan for these two and once they acknowledge His plan they see Him working to change their situation. God has a plan for you too. Acknowledge Him and watch Him change your circumstances. It will be far greater than anything you had planned. God bless you.
characters, murder, deceit, attempted murder in the sea,
the air and land.
A crashed plane on the way to Mountain Cove begins the
quest of Sylvie Masters, a diving instructor who is under
the water looking for the wreckage in which her mother died.
Someone cuts her breathing tube. She escapes to land when
the perpetrator starts shooting at her.
Enter Will Pierson, an experienced bush pilot who swoops
his plane down to rescue Sylvie. But more troubles lay ahead!!
Turns out that Will’s mother was piloting the crashed plane,
now he becomes a victim of the unknown killers.
Will Sylvie and Will be able to trust each other? Will their
faith see them through this mayhem? Will they be able to
overcome their individual fears to work together? Will they
develop a friendship leading to love?
Tailspin is book # 5 of Elizabeth Goddard’s Mountain Cove
Series. It can be read as a stand alone. This book keeps
you riveted from the first to the last word
Thanks to the author for the book. My opinion is my own.
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Didn’t get to read much about Mountain Cove or the residents from past books this time, but that is okay I guess, the...Read more
By: Elizabeth Goddard
Tailspin is the fifth book in Mountain Cove series, but if you have not read the others, nothing to worry about...Read more