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A Tide Worth Turning/Message In A Bottle (2 in One Volume): A Surf's Up Novella Paperback – July 8, 2016
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Beth Wiseman is best known for her Daughters of the Promise series and the Land of Canaan Amish series. Having sold over 1.5 million books, her novels have held spots on multiple bestseller lists, and she has been the recipient of many prestigious literary awards. Beth is contracted with HarperCollins Christian Publishing into the year 2019, and she has published fourteen novels and sixteen novellas to date. Beth has a deep affection for the Amish and their simpler way of life, and while she plans to continue writing Amish love stories, she is also branching out into other areas including Christian contemporary romance novels and novellas. Need You Now, The House that Love Built,and The Promise are some of these recent releases. Beth and her husband are empty nesters enjoying the country life in Texas with three dogs and a rooster. When she’s not writing, Beth loves to travel, paint, and enjoy time with friends and family. You can find Beth and her books at her website BethWiseman.com, Fans of Beth Wiseman on Facebook where she interacts with readers, and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bethwiseman.
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Top customer reviews
A Tide Worth Turning:
It really wasn't very interesting. There is somewhat of a mystery about who two characters are, but it turns out so blah that I really didn't care. The characters were also catholic.
Message in a Bottle
The main character (guy) was supposedly a "good catholic" yet he got his girlfriend pregnant (just mentioned not shown) and ends up with a daughter he doesn't know about. It all seems rather strange and the whole "should he marry this girl or the other one" was a bit too much for my taste.
Overall, I just didn't enjoy the writing style or the stories.