Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Into the Deep by Virginia Smith

Flash drives, scuba diving, and drug cartels all figure into the suspense in this story of a single mother, Nikki Hoffman, (by choice) and the father of her child (Ben Dearinger). Ben does not know that he is a father because the relationship with Nikki ended some time ago. She moved far away, never telling him about the child.

Fate (?) brings Nikki and Ben back together in an adventure that takes them into deep waters, all the while being shadowed by drug cartel creepies. Nikki's faith was a factor in her breakup with Ben, but it also has a role in bringing them back together.

It's an entertaining read, hard to put down. Personally, I can't identify with scuba diving as a fun pursuit, but it does make for interesting developments and provide a wonderful setting for the story. My only disappointment? This one was missing the embedded humor that spices up Smith's other works. Still, I'm looking forward to the next one.

Check out Smith's website. Then, buy the book on Amazon._______________________________________________
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