Mary didn’t want the spotlight. She didn’t want to be noticed. As an adult, she has found a way to use her anonymity to help solve a series of “accidents” in the navy shipyard where she works.
Then Jim shows up.
She’d loved him since childhood, but he was enamored with her best friend. Now, with the US teetering on the brink of war, Mary and Jim find themselves together again. But can she find out who is trying to sabotage the ship before Jim and his crew sink?
Sarah Sundin is by far my favorite WWII novelist. Her stories never fail to entertain. Through Waters Deep was no exception. What isn’t to love about a sweet love story full of danger and intrigue, sabotage and men in uniform?
I highly recommend this book.
War is coming. Can love carry them through the rough waters that lie ahead?
It is 1941 and America teeters on the brink of war. Handsome and outgoing naval officer Ensign Jim Avery escorts British convoys across the North Atlantic in a brand-new destroyer, the USS Atwood. On shore, Jim encounters Mary Stirling, a childhood friend who is now an astute and beautiful Boston Navy Yard secretary.
When evidence of sabotage on the Atwood is discovered, Jim and Mary must work together to uncover the culprit. A bewildering maze of suspects emerges, and Mary is dismayed to find that even someone close to her is under suspicion. With the increasing pressure, Jim and Mary find that many new challenges–and dangers–await them.
Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.