The Unrelenting Tide

The Unrelenting Tide

by Lynnette Bonner

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Overview

The Unrelenting Tide by Lynnette Bonner

She's been living a lie that could just get her killed...

Widowed former Hollywood actress Devynne Lang has been living a quiet life in the San Juan Islands of the Pacific Northwest. For years, she's hoped her fabricated death would keep her identity safe from the public, and more to the point, from the stalker who forced her into hiding. But strange things have been happening around her place and this time, with a daughter to protect, she can't afford one mistake - even if it means letting Carcen Lang get close enough to help.

Carcen would do anything to protect his brother's widow and her daughter. So when he discovers Devynne may be in danger, he vows to find the man responsible. But dead lead after dead lead frustrates and baffles. Until the unthinkable happens and he realizes the danger has been closer than either of them could have imagined.

...because lies always have a way of coming back to bite you.

The San Juan Islands: Mysterious Harbors, Dangerous Shores, and Tides of Love.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781484862155
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/30/2013
Pages: 326
Sales rank: 1,056,044
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Born and raised in Malawi, Africa. Lynnette Bonner spent the first years of her life reveling in warm equatorial sunshine and the late evening duets of cicadas and hyenas. The year she turned eight she was off to Rift Valley Academy, a boarding school in Kenya where she spent many joy-filled years, and graduated in 1990.

That fall, she traded to a new duet--one of traffic and rain--when she moved to Kirkland, Washington to attend Northwest University. It was there that she met her husband and a few years later they moved to the small town of Pierce, Idaho.

During the time they lived in Idaho, while studying the history of their little town, Lynnette was inspired to begin the Shepherd's Heart Series with Rocky Mountain Oasis.

Marty and Lynnette have four children, and currently live in Washington where Marty pastors a church.

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The Unrelenting Tide 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gripping and full of surprises! This book was one surprise after another, from beginning to end. Lynette Bonner knows how to rachet up the tension on both the suspense and romance sides of this wonderful book, and she does it with almost every scene. I recommend this book highly for both suspense and romance fans because it has both in large doses. I can't wait to read the next one in the series.
ShoweSH More than 1 year ago
Suspenseful Love Story I was hooked from the first sentence and couldn’t put this book down!  I love mysteries and suspense books and can usually figure out “who done it,” but that was not the case with this first book in the Islands of Intrigue: San Juans series.  It kept me guessing until the very end!  The characters are well written and the story line is intriguing.  I also liked the fact that his book was a clean and enjoyable love story.  What a talented author Lynnette Bonner is!  If you enjoy this book you will also enjoy the second book in this series, Tide Will Tell, by Leslie Ann McDaniel.  I am eagerly awaiting the third book, Deceptive Tide which won’t be out until the summer of 2015.
scw1217 More than 1 year ago
The best, best, best part of this book was Sheriff Carcen Lang, hero, hunk extraordinaire. The worst part, unfortunately for me, was the little girl, Marissa. I know she was supposed to be cute, but I was intensely annoyed. Shania/Devynne I was only maybe half fond of. I think her constant denial of what was right before her eyes (that being Sheriff Lang) bugged me. Setting was very well done. Action was swift. And it kept me guessing as to whodunit. I was genuinely surprised. It had great supporting characters, Randy and the inlaws, and some emotional moments. A few grammar issues in too much use of "as" but that may be a personal thing. Overall, a great book to read that I'd recommend to anyone wanting Christian contemporary romance. I was given this book for my honest review.