Monday, January 22, 2018



Troubled Waters (Montana Rescue #4)
By: Susan May Warren
Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company 
Release Date: Janurary 2nd, 2018
Genres: Adventure, Romance, Christian Fiction
Pages: 348 pages
Where You Buy It: Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, Life Way, Christian Book, and Baker Publishing
(It also is availble at most local bookstores.)
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Rating: ★★★★★ (5 out of 5 stars)

Billionaire Ian Shaw can have everything he wants--except a happy ending. Or at least that's what it feels like with his fortune recently liquidated, his niece, Esme, still missing, and the woman he loves refusing to speak to him. In fact, he doubts she would date him even if they were stranded on a deserted island.

Despite her love for Ian, Sierra Rose knows he has no room in his life for her as long as the mystery of his missing niece goes unsolved. The only problem is, Sierra has solved it, but a promise to Esme to keep her whereabouts secret has made it impossible to be around Ian.

When the PEAK chopper is damaged and Sierra lacks the funds to repair it, Ian offers a fundraising junket for large donors on his yacht in the Caribbean. But the three-day excursion turns into a nightmare when a rogue wave cripples the yacht and sends the passengers overboard. Shaken up and soaked to the bone, Ian finally has a chance to test his theory when he and Sierra do indeed find themselves washed up on a strange, empty shore.

It will take guts and gumption for the PEAK team to rescue the duo. But it will take a miracle to rescue Ian and Sierra's relationship.

Warning: This may contain a few spoilers from other books, because it is the fourth book in this series.

This is probably my favorite book out the entire series. And that's saying something because I really liked the last book, A Matter of Trust. I just really love this series. I love meeting each and every character and figuring out their life story. This series is not like any that I have ever read. When I first started reading this series, I had really low expectations because unless you are a really good writer, can you keep write more than four books with the same characters. But Susan proved me wrong and now I am in love with this series. Each book had a really unique plot, and each book keep me on the edge of my seat the entire time. This book defiantly belonged in the genre of adventure. If you are a fan of adventure and romance then this book is most defiantly for you!

What this book was about:

Troubled Waters-the book that we fans have been anxiously waiting for-is the final conclusion to Sierra Rose and Ian Shaw's relationship. Fans have been waiting for this conclusion ever since reading the prequel, If Ever I Would Leave You. Since this prequel, we have read about Ian firing Sierra from her job, as his personal assistant. After learning that she had lied to him about his missing niece. A year has passed and both are still having trouble getting over each other. Then PEAK rescue is going under, and Sierra makes it her goal to save them from closing. She plans a three-day excursion on Ian's fancy yacht with wealthy clients, she had it all planned down to speck until it all turns into a nightmare. A rogue wave washes that passengers overboard, leaving Ian and Sierra leaning on each other for survival.

We also get to read more of Pete's and Jess's relationship. Susan, they better get a happily ever after like the other!

This book is filled with adventure, romance, betrayal, forgiveness, and redemption. If you are a fan of one or all of these categories then you need to read this book!

Things I loved about this book:

1. The Character Development. If there is one thing that this series does not lack, is the character development. Even though, we have been with Sierra and Ian for the past four books, we still get to meet every angle of their personalities and their character. We also we development from other characters too.

2. The Romance and Adventure. Now who wouldn't want to read a book that has adventure and romance? Um...I am defiantly on board to read a book with these two elements. This book and series (as I've said before) is filled with adventure and romance. Susan is a great author because she is able to combine these two genres and make an amazing book and series off of them.

3. Ian. All right, so Ian is probably my least favorite male lead in this series, but he still is amazing. He believes that he is the reason why everything bad happens and that he needs to fix it on his own. What he doesn't realize (until the end of this book) is that he needs to lean on and trust God to help him in times of need. It was truly amazing to watch this hard, angry man find God and become the man that he was meant to be,

4. Sierra. Sierra is sweet, caring, and loving. She defiantly deserved her happily ever after that she received. She trusts God and depends on him throughout the whole book and series. Everything bad always seems to follow Sierra around. Ever since the first book, I have loved Sierra, she is probably my favorite female character in this series.

5. I really like Sierra's nickname for Ian. Robinson Cruseo. Whenever she called him that I would just have to laugh. Antoher time she compared him to Tarzan. That is another attribute that I respected about Sierra, is that she would try to make their situation easier and more cheerful then it actually was. 

6. I honestly don't know what else to say about this amazing book and series, other than that you need to go and read it. I guarantee you that you will love this book. If you don't well, we all are open for our own opinions because God made us all different and unique. Not everybody likes the same things!!

Please do me a favor and never take me on a yacht in the ocean, take me snowboarding down one of the most dangerous terrains in America, or hiking in Glacier National Park when it's almost winter. Thank you and now I have to go sulk until the fifth books comes out this summer!

*I received this book from Revell Publishers in exchange for my own honest opinions*

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