Dangerous Waters

Dangerous Waters

by Sandra Robbins
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Dangerous Waters 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like Christian fiction. As a Christian myself, I want to read books where their faith is as important a part of a character as is their love life, their job, their goals and their past. But I also want to read good quality books, and all too often, these two desires are mutually exclusive. Which is why I am thankful to have come across Sandra Robbins' book, "Dangerous Waters". The storyline was good, the characters believable. They were not (as so often happens in Christian fiction) divided into all Christians being good guys and non Christians wicked. The Christians in this book had flaws, and they were as fallen as the rest of mankind, while there were good guys who weren't believers, too.  I did guess, quite early on, whodunnit, but there was enough action to have me questioning my deductions once or twice before the final showdown. And I was rooting for the hero and heroine from word one. Believe me, that does not always happen. There were one or two things I didn't like so much - the conversations were, at times, stilted, and I lost count of the times the heroine told the hero she was grateful he was willing to help her. I was ready to shake her and yell, "You said that already. Get on with it!" Ms Robbins says she considers writing a ministry and I have to say that, for me, it worked. Even though I am a believer, as I read of her characters realising they needed to turn to God more and let him take charge, I was not just thinking "Amen!" but also that it was a lesson I could use. Putting Him first, letting Him take the strain, these are things I need reminding of constantly, and this book did this for me. I'll be looking out for more of Ms Robbins' work.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ms Robbins never fails to delight with her books - regardless of genre.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didn't want to put it down because it was so good.