- Dangerous Depths
Sometimes life’s most precious treasure lies at Dangerous Depths.
Leia ditched a promising medical career to settle on a secluded island of Hawaii. She ditched Bane, too, and he’s come to the island to find out why. He’s also in search of a fortune rumored to lie offshore. But an act of sabotage that pushes Bane closer to Leia plunges them both into a tangle of emotion—just as a series of threatening events grip the island.
Theft, a friend’s death, a bizarre intruder, hints of a second treasure . . . and even murder—how can they sort it all out when everyone on the island has something to hide?
Rachel on Goodreads wrote:
Colleen Coble brings you on the adventure, has you turning pages with the suspense, has a way of bringing you to a family and then you become part of it. To a place, and then you are there! To a problem, and shows you how God can bring you through! This series brings you along, you become part of the adventure. You feel the Love! Read this book, but better yet read the series. Your sure to love them all.
This book is the third novel in a Christian suspense and romance series called The Aloha Reef series, as it is set in Hawaii, and, in addition to that, the books all have at least some connection to the sea, shown either through diving, normal swimming, or boating. The main character in this book is Leia who is actually Bane Oana's ex-fiance, and throughout the novel, we learn more about her and why she had broken her engagement to Bane. In any event, in the first scene of the novel, we learn that she still loves him, which is obvious from the day that his sabotaged plane lands in the sea in front of her eyes and she rescues him, not knowing that it had been he piloting the plane until she got her boat close enough to see him. So, a good deal of the plot focuses on the chemistry brewing between Leia and Bane as they deal with the negative events thrown their way by various saboteurs and villains. Anyhow, I thought the book was well-written and entertaining, and the twists and turns of the plot due to the element of suspense/mystery were quite fun, and I also loved the characters in the book and thought they were portrayed well. It has certainly earned its place on my favorites' list.