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March 17, 2021

Into the Blue by Kay Bratt ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

"Jonah was ready for battle.  He wouldn't let the universe come for his family again.  It was time to flex and send the message that no matter what it threw in their paths, they were stronger and they would beat it." (pg 87)

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Into the Blue
March 2021; Indie; 979-8714168765
ebook, print (272 pages); women's fiction
Into the Blue
, the third book in the By the Sea series, takes us back to Hawaii to spend time with Jules and Noah and their children Quinn, Lani,  Jonah, and Kira.  Jules has dedicated her life to her husband and children and now grandchildren.  She takes care of them and tends to ignore herself and her health.  After having severe headaches, she has a stroke and no one is sure if she'll recover.  On the same day, her youngest daughter Kira disappears at a walking trail in the jungle.  The rest of the children are consumed with finding Kira and worried sick about their mother.  The family has had enough tragedy in their past and has just gotten to the point that life is better for all of them when they are struck with this dual tragedy.  Will ancient island superstitions rob the family yet again or will they be able to work together to achieve a  happy life for their family?

This is a beautifully written novel about a family who is facing two potential tragedies.  I've loved the family since book one and was rooting for a safe and happy outcome for all of them.  As always, this author has written believable characters in a beautiful setting in Hawaii.  This is the third book in the trilogy but I sure would like to go back and visit this family again in the future with another book.

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Note: You should read all three books in order to get maximum enjoyment. The first two books are 

True to Me  See my review

No Place Too Far  See my review

Susan Roberts lives in North Carolina with her husband of over 50 years.  She grew up in Michigan but now calls North Carolina home. Since her travel plans had to be canceled for this year, she is starting to make plans for travel in 2021. She reads almost anything (and the piles of books in her house prove that) but her favorite genres are Southern fiction, women's fiction, and historical fiction. Susan is a top 1% Goodreads Reviewer. You can connect with Susan on FacebookGoodreads, or Twitter.

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