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The story focuses on how very human and flawed each character is, but always with a good measure of hope for a positive outcome and redemption.
Sierra was caught "between a rock and a hard place" when it came to making choices, honesty or loyalty. She's the kind of girl everyone wants for a best friend.
Ian was the man of the hour when it came to physical danger, exhibiting all the take-charge skills that made him so attractive from the beginning. But, when emotional danger and fear reared its ugly head, he reverted to old methods of self-protection. I actually got mad at him and was rooting for another character because of that characters common sense approach to relationships. That character was an honest friend who told him, "Wow, for a guy who's been married once you know nothing about relationships...don't make her earn your love...Choose to love her despite her mistakes, despite the fact she will hurt you again. Or you'll end up alone", I was cheering his wise words and thinking they were exactly what I wanted to say!
Ian took way too long making things right because his love was not unconditional, but based on performance. However, Sierra being sweet Sierra accepted him as he was, unconditionally, lucky for him I'd say! I really thought Dex stole the show with his grace and humor in the face of horrific circumstances, choosing to make the best of what life offered him. I love how Susan Warren makes her secondary characters as appealing as the primary characters, it adds an extra layer of dimension to the story. I also thought Pete exhibited the same kind of unconditional love and acceptance Dex did. He wanted the best for Jess, wherever that would lead. Now that's a true love and I'm looking forward to his and Jess' story.
As ever, Susan Warren penned some great memorable lines in Troubled Waters,
"God is our refuge and our portion. Meaning, we don't have to be enough. He is all we need. We either embrace that or we walk away empty-handed." and this gem, "..we don't have to prove ourselves to God who already loves us. Who has already said, 'You're what I want'". So powerful!
The next installment in the Montana Rescue series is Storm Front, due out in May. I can't wait to see what Susan has up her sleeve for Ty and Brette! I'm sure it will take me on one fantastic adventure, because that's what Susan Warren does best, exciting stories with appealing characters, layered over spiritual truths we all can experience first hand.
The PEAK Rescue Team’s helicopter has been damaged and Sierra decides she must throw a Fund Raiser for some of Ian’s closest “deep pocket” friends. She decides to host a junket onboard Ian’s multimillion dollar yacht “Montana Rose” which will also be the maiden voyage for the vessel. Being an exceptional planner, she has very detail taken care of - except for the extra “mate” who is on board making upgrades to some of her plans. Turns out that Ian can’t keep himself away from Sierra and his closest friends!
Troubled Waters is not for the faint of heart. What happens on their trip is the “perfect storm” of sorts. Actually, it’s the “perfect storm” for many situations - decisions about one’s future, relationships with friends and significant others and the biggest question of all - do you believe God is your refuge, your portion? Is God ENOUGH? While lost at sea, Ian has plenty of time to consider the things Sierra has shared with him and they both consider their future together. Will this finally be the time they stay together?
Other PEAK Team members are caught in their own personal crisis of belief because of decisions made in their pasts and are deciding whether to trust God or continue to live in fear. Warren brilliantly weaves in both storylines/characters for a tremendous ending that will leave you begging for the next installment of the Montana Rescue Series!
I was provided an ARC by NetGalley and Revell. The opinions expressed here are entirely my own and without influence.
In Troubled Waters, the focus is on a couple of the main characters, Ian Shaw and Sierra Rose while occasionally sharing about Jess and Pete’s relationship, if they even have one. There is danger on the high seas when Ian takes his yacht out with some friends and runs into dangerous waters. What happens afterwards is adventure and suspense that keeps you turning pages and at times be on the edge of your seat! What Susan May Warren readers like me never know for sure is where she will take the action or climax in the book next and that is fun!
These unique stories are filled with descriptions of beautiful scenery and some dangerous moments for the rescue team known as PEAK. I enjoy the steady pace of the plot and the heightened moments of danger where the team is either rescuing others or trying to extract themselves from places where death could be moments away!
I hope you will all get caught up in the series before the fifth novel is released. These are books you will want to read again and again or share with other members of your family. Don’t be surprised if your friends want to read them as well!