Professor Bailey Craig, prim, proper, saved and sanctified . . . and terrified to go back home to Yancey, Alaska, when her Aunt Agnes dies in a plane..Show More » crash . . . but she has to go, just long enough to see to her aunt's body and the shop that her aunt left to her . . . in Yancey, Bailey faces all her old demons and her one true love, Cole . . . and is surprised to learn that he, too, has become a Christian . . . the investigation into the crash that killed Aunt Agnes progresses, drawing both Cole and Bailey further into the mystery . . . Cole, a diver and Bailey, a professor of Russian Studies are instrumental in the discovery of the truth . . . Bailey is forced to deal with her sorted and painful past . . . long ago she accepted Christ as her Savior . . . but she has never forgiven herself . . . never allowed herself to really believe that Jesus or anyone else could really love her . . . in Alaska's deep waters, will she finally be free?
The main character, Darcy, is so annoying. She is ditzy and petty. Always doing something frustrating. The book was ok. It took almost four or five ho..Show More »urs before something exciting happened.
Loved the whole series and the entire McKenna clan
I loved this series. The characters and family dynamics were wonderful, the stories interesting and suspenseful and the romances beautiful, embracing..Show More » true value over perfection. I loved that they all found God's redeeming grace.