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Jack Sloan was living a comfortable life with his new wife, Susan, until the unexpected happened: a yacht belonging to a couple with some striking similarities and some undeniable dissimilarities to Jack and Susan floats close to shore with no passengers on board. Jack and Susan are immediately thrown into a whirlwind of events and choices that may lead to friendship and happiness or culminate in total disaster.

Between searching the Caribbean for billionaire Guy Atkins and uncovering a conspiracy that could lead to the destruction of the earth, Jack learns that life is fraught with decisions, and that there is always an alternative option that is the right course to follow. Join new author Carson Brannan as he chronicles Jack's adventures and discovers The Third Option.

Carson Brannan has been an avid sailor since his childhood spent in Florida, and enjoys all manner of water sports, as well as extensive travel. He is married and has a blended family consisting of five children, nine grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. He and his wife live in east Tennessee in a beautiful house with inspiring vistas all around. The Third Option Series is his first literary effort.

©2010 Carson Brannan (P)2010 Tate

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corny, predictable, and boring

Review title says it all. The characters are flat and uninteresting. The plot is so predictable it almost seems like a parody.