Monday, June 25, 2012

SUBMERGED, by Dani Pettrey

Bailey Craig is a reluctant visitor to Yancey, Alaska, the town she fled as a young adult. The mistakes she made as a teenager haunt her, and she's sure the memories live on in Yancey as well.
However, a funeral and business affairs force her return. Once there, she can’t avoid crossing paths with Cole McKenna, the man she,s never been able to forget. Seeing him brings back the shame of her past. As much as she tries to avoid Cole, a murder forces her to work closely with him to find the person responsible.
With Submerged, Dani Pettrey has crafted a compelling suspense novel. As the tension escalates,the story grabs the reader and doesn't let go. The deep-water diving scenes had me holding my breath.
The faith element is seamlessly woven into Submerged. Bailey's reluctance to believe she’s worthy in God's eyes is something many of us may have struggled with at some point in our lives.
Some of the scenes are a bit intense. I recommend Submerged wholeheartedly, but the story is best suited for older teens and adults.


  1. Thanks so much for reading Submerged and sharing your thoughts, Ann. I'm so glad you enjoy Cole and Bailey's adventure. Blessings!

  2. You're most welcome, Dani. I'm eagerly awaiting the next book in the series.

  3. Since my husband was a diver for awhile, I am sure those scenes I would relate to too well.
    It really sounds like an exciting uplifting book.
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  4. It's both exciting and uplifting! I know you'll enjoy the story. :)