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The dark waters that swallowed Sarah Climer's parents remain silent. Hiding not only clues to their murder, but also the secret they died to protect. A secret the murderer believes Sarah now knows. A secret he'll do anything to control. Daniel Broadfoot knows well the evils that lurk among his people. Evils that threaten to destroy Sarah and her grandfather. He doesn't ...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published July 1st 2013 by Createspace
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Brooke Barenfanger
The author chose a unique way of writing the story. She used omniscient point of view, switching between the thoughts of one character to another often within the same paragraph or scene. Though this way of writing could be confusing, the author handled it adeptly and I never found myself confused. Also, by doing this, it gave her more of a handle on developing the characters. By the first third of the novel I knew that Sarah was compassionate, godly, and yet still vulnerable from painful past ...more
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There is a lot to this book! With a diverse cast of characters and multiple obstacles to overcome throughout the story, the author has crafted a suspenseful tale with many twists and turns. Just when I would think that all had been made clear, we were on to a new situation that needed to be resolved.

Sarah and Daniel are the main characters who both fight their attraction to each other throughout the book. Serio
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There is a lot going on in this book! When I read the description, I wasn't sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised. I was hooked from the first page to the end (which is why I read it in one day!)

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