Quotes to Live By

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.
(John Quincy Adams)

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit. (Aristotle)

Every artist was first an amateur. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude. (Thomas Jefferson)

It takes ten years to build up a reputation, but only five minutes to ruin one. (Anonymous)

Monday, September 2, 2013


When Her Friend Goes Missing,
Every Minute Counts

Darcy St. James returns to Alaska to join a journalist friend undercover on the trail of a big story. But when Darcy arrives, she finds her friend has disappeared. Troubled by the cruise ship's vague explanation, Darcy uses her cover as a travel reporter to investigate further.

The last person Gage McKenna expects to see during his summer aboard a cruise ship leading adventure excursions is Darcy. And in typical Darcy fashion, she's digging up more trouble.

He'd love to just forget her--but something won't let him. And he can't help but worry about her as they are heading into more remote regions of Alaska and eventually into foreign waters. Something sinister is going on, and the deeper they push, the more Gage fears they've only discovered the tip of the iceberg.

I loved this book more than the 2nd book in the series: Shattered! But I would still recommend reading the second book before reading the 3rd book, so you would get to know the characters and the relationships between them.

The plot was so enticing and enriching. I could not put this book down after reading the prologue. I was totally sucked into the book. I wanted to know what was happening and who was behind it all.

The book was good because it gave no hints to the main suspect, until the author wanted to reveal it to you. I guessed wrong too because the characters were really good in covering it all up.

I highly recommend reading this book. After I read the last page, I was still pumped with the adrenaline from the climax of the plot.

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