The Deepest Waters Reviewed

Thursday, April 14, 2011

For John and Laura Foster, what began as a fairytale honeymoon in 1857 aboard the steamship SS Vandervere soon becomes a nightmare. A terrible hurricane strikes and the grand ship is lost in the murky depths of the Atlantic. Laura finds herself rescued with the other women and children, but how can she feel anything but despondent without her groom? Suspecting her John is gone but still daring to hope for a miracle, Laura must face the possibility of life alone.

Talented author Dan Walsh skillfully tells an epic story of hope, faith, and love through an intimate lens. Inspired by real events, this emotional and honest story will capture your heart as you sail through its pages.

This is a story that takes you back to a time when men were gentlemen and women were ladies. It had epic romance and edge of your seat suspense. The faith element was so strong with Laura believing that John just couldn't be gone. I was drawn in by the first page and glued to the last. I give this book a lighthouse and shine a light on it. I highly recommend it!


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