Christian Reading

Message in a Bottle by Beth Wiseman

My Review

This novella had everything a good novella should have. It had excitement, love, suspense, a plot twist, and was well written. In this second installment of the Surfs Up series Beth had done a on wonderful job of storytelling. The very first plot twist had me in shock. I love reading a book that surprises me, and has an element that I never would have thought of. Thank you Beth for providing that!


Although the storyline moves swiftly, it is not so fast that you cannot keep up or enjoy what is happening. And while I would have loved for this story to be longer so I could enjoy the characters, the novella has a good conclusion, meaning the author does not leave you hanging about any of the characters. In fact, you get a glimpse of what is happening with these characters years later!
This is a quick and enjoyable read. It reminds you that life is full of twists and turns, and not everything is at it seems!
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review which I have given


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About the Book

One man. Two women. A child desperate for medical treatment. How can Kyle choose between the woman he once loved and his current fiancée? Is there a solution that suits all involved, or will someone end up out of the triangle forever? 

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 CIA job. But she’d always thought 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 parents. His heart broken, Kyle continues with his plans. He graduates from high school and attends college, where he meets his fiancée, Lexie. But two men visit Kyle and encourage him to travel to an undisclosed location, where he will 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 choose his first love and his daughter? Or will he stay with Lexie and live the life they’ve been planning? 

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