Review of Rope of Sand by C.F. Dunn

Leah Courtney
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Review of Rope of Sand: Christian romance/suspense from KregelIn the last two years I've had the privilege to read and review Mortal Fire and Death Be Not Proud by C.F. Dunn. These are incredible reads that combine suspense, intrigue, romance and a taste of the the supernatural. The first book- Mortal Fire- ended in such a way that I thought I would perish waiting for the sequel. I've just had the opportunity to read the third book in the series- Rope of Sand- and I was NOT disappointed.

I can't reveal too much about the book's plot without ruining the first two for you. But here's the synopsis from the back of the book:
"Emma has discovered Matthew’s secret, but this is only the beginning. In order to prepare for the future, she must also understand the ghosts of his past."

C.F. Dunn's characters are incredibly compelling. Although the stories are in first person with professor Emma D'Eresby as the narrator, readers don't have any difficulty getting to know the other characters because Dunn's writing style helps to reveal them all through Emma's eyes.

The story is also incredibly interesting. The intrigue, the sweet romance, the suspense- all keep the reader entranced throughout the story.

Without giving too much away, I was confused by an abrupt happening in this book. It made things seem a little choppy, appearing out of nowhere. But I was quickly caught up and swept up in the story again. So the book was still a fantastic read.

These books are the kind that make me want to finish so badly because I want to know what happens, but at the same time I am so sad to see the end. I've been missing the characters since I finished the story a couple of days ago. (Other readers will know what I mean and not think me crazy!) And I can't wait for a fourth book to find out how Matthew and Emma's story continues.

I give this one 5 stars and a PG13 for content. You can find Rope of Sand on Amazon here.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own, and I received no other compensation for this review.


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