Blue Freedom

Blue Freedom

by Sandra Peut




Bella Whitman is a freelance health and fitness writer with a tragic history. When she is offered a dream opportunity to undertake a writing assignment which will take her on a journey across the South Pacific islands, she grabs it, despite her misgivings about the arrogant but handsome editor in charge of the magazine, Ethan Gray-and Jay Hinkley, the contract photographer Ethan has hired to travel with her. Despite a rocky start, Bella finds herself being drawn to Jay as they work and travel through the islands. But can this relationship develop into more than a friendship, when he already has a woman in his life? And with a dangerous hitman trailing their every move, can Bella and Jay finish their assignment-despite the shadowy motives of their employer Ethan-and survive a deadly rendezvous? Through this fast-paced adventure, Bella is able to find healing from past pain and discover emotional and spiritual freedom.

"A thrilling mystery of exciting anticipation, witty antics, laughs and heart-felt truths, all in a 'what happens next' plot. Simply and elegantly written."
- Elizabeth Findlay, Scriptwriter/Magazine Producer

"This addictive page-turner will have you putting nail marks in your seat right to the end - an engaging debut novel from an exciting new author." - Adele Jones: MLett, poet, inspirational author

"A riveting, fast-paced novel that you will not want to put down. Action, intrigue and romance, Blue Freedom has it all!" - Meredith Resce, author of 'The Heart of Green Valley' series, and 'For All Time'.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780955528354
Publisher: Sunpenny Limited
Publication date: 10/07/2010
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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Blue Freedom 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
VallyP More than 1 year ago
A good story with likeable characters. In truth, I don't normally 'do' Christian literature, but this was doable even for me. However, I felt it would have been just as good a story without that theme running through it. Good values are always appealing and don't really need explaining in terms of specific faith. There were a few style points that bothered me slightly, but all this aside, this would be a great read for taking on holiday... I wish I knew what had really happened to Andrew though!