Book Reviews of Undetected

Undetected
Undetected
Author: Dee Henderson
ISBN-13: 9780764212437
ISBN-10: 0764212435
Publication Date: 4/29/2014
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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I picked this book up at the library with high hopes. I haven't read a book by this author in years, and was looking forward to it. I was very disappointed in the overall story. There was too much technical information about submarines and science, the plot with Gina having to decide between 2 men (both of whom seemed perfect with no flaws) was annoying, and the fact that the man she did marry called her "precious" was creepy. I'm not sure I'll read another book by this author, and if I do, I will reread one of the author's older books that I enjoyed.
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As with all Dee Henderson's books this is one of her best -new in2014-suspense, mystery and some romance for everyone to enjoy. HIGHLY RECOMMENED....
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Gina Gray has always been smart, to the point that she's always felt awkward. She would love to be married but can't seem to find the right guy. When she has yet another break-up, she heads for her brothers house to focus on her ocean research and see if her brother knows any nice navy guys he could introduce her to. Mark Bishop is commander of a ballistic missile submarine and a very good friend of Gina's brother. He's a widow who thinks it might be time to marry again. When Gina's brother introduces the idea of him dating Gina, Mark puts the idea aside because he thinks she too young for him. But Gina does intrigue him and she does know and understand what Navy life is all about. When Gina makes a startling discovery, she shares it with Mark and seeks his advice about what to do with the information. It's something that will change submarine warfare but it also poses some risks. As Gina and Mark work together they find an easy friendship, but will it ever be more?

Undetected was an enjoyable story. I read Unspoken so was curious to find out about Bryce's brother. Mark was a lot like his brother, strong, secure but also had a tenderness to him that really made him appealing. He was also very romantic. Gina was very sweet and especially kind even though she was very smart. They both had faith yet were able to encourage each other. I really enjoyed getting to know all the characters. It was great to briefly meet up with Bryce and Charlotte again. Undetected was not an 'edge-of-your-seat' kind of story at all, but there was a tense part. I did feel that the story sometimes got bogged down in too much detail yet it was all very interesting. I enjoyed the relationship between Mark and Gina although it was a very slow and gentle build. I have always enjoyed Dee Henderson's stories but I must admit the style of her work has changed quite-a-bit from her earlier writing. The cover is beautiful and overall it was a good story; you get a taste of what it might be like to live on a submarine or be the loved one waiting on shore.

*This complimentary copy was provided by Bethany House through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

Paperback: 480 pages
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (April 29, 2014)
ISBN-10: 0764212435
ISBN-13: 978-0764212437
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I picked this book up at the library with high hopes. I haven't read a book by this author in years, and was looking forward to it. I was very disappointed in the overall story. There was too much technical information about submarines and science, the plot with Gina having to decide between 2 men (both of whom seemed perfect with no flaws) was annoying, and the fact that the man she did marry called her "precious" was creepy. I'm not sure I'll read another book by this author, and if I do, I will reread one of the author's older books that I enjoyed.