Message In A Bottle: A Surf’s Up Novella by Beth Wiseman(review by Cathy)

Messgae In a Bottle

 

About the book:

Morgan Calhoun and her parents are whisked away in the middle of the night, something Morgan always knew was a possibility because of her father’s job. But she’d always thought that if such a scenario played out that she would have time to say goodbye to those she loved–particularly her boyfriend, Kyle.

Adding to her unbearable situation, several weeks after the move, Morgan finds out that she’s pregnant. Kyle Brossmann doesn’t even get a break-up letter from Morgan. She’s just gone, along with her entire family. His heart broken, Kyle continues on with his plans, graduates from high school, and then attends college.

Five years later, two men visit Kyle and encourage him to travel to an undisclosed location to meet his five year-old daughter. Rocked by the news that he has a child, Kyle learns he is the only person who might be able to save his daughter’s life. Will Kyle give up his fiancé, a great job, and his family to be with his first love and his daughter? Or will he return to the life he had before?
Review:

Message in a Bottle may be short in length, but there’s definitely no shortage of a great story.

I enjoyed the story of faith, and love. This novella was easy to follow and held my interest throughout. The characters were well defined and pertinent to the storyline.   The added touch of Kyle finding answers to questions he’s had for so long were very interesting and unexpected.

A fast and enjoyable read for an afternoon of sitting outside on a sunny day.

I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest opinion

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