The Deep End

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Reviewed by Dayna Davis, Staff Writer

The Deep End by Traci Hunter Abramson. Published by Covenant Communications, Inc.

CJ has spent years trying to acheive her dream of competing in the Olympics as a swimmer. But life hasn't been easy as she has tried to accomplish all of this while being in the 'Witness Protection Program'. Her new husband, Matt, can rarely admit that he knows her, let alone admit he is married to her. As the evil that seeks to find her still searches - CJ and Matt try to have faith in their dreams.

This is really the third book in a continuing story after "Undercurrents" and "Ripple Effect". It's great that you don't need to read the first two in order to jump into this novel. It gives you all the background information you need. I thought this book came from a very unique perspective. It's not too often that you read a book that has information about the 'Witness Protection Program' and competitive swimming. The author has experience that makes for a interesting combination. It has everything, mystery, suspense, romance and drama. I would have liked the ending to be just a little more developed, but it does tie up loose ends nicely.