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Review: When Tides Turn

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Review: When Tides Turn

When Tides Turn by Sarah Sundin
Reviewed by: Rachel Dixon
Genre: Historical Fiction
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: March 14, 2017

Every book in this series has been spectacular! Full of intrigue and drama, faith and freedom, handsome officers and daring heroines, and not to mention bursting with history! I have learned so much about the war of the Atlantic during World War II through these books. Not only does Sarah include REAL events and REAL people in these books, it inspires me to do research of my own. To delve into the facts and history that inspired these stories.

As the Waves of Freedom series comes to a close, Tess and Dan completely steal the show with their strained relationship and beautiful, er, practical? romance. Tess is full of life, color, and longs to be seen for who she is beneath the pretty face. Dan, has a one track mind focused on his career…That is, until his heart cries out for something more. Both Tess and Dan must learn to trust God to guide their paths, to find who they are in Him, individually. Once they surrender to God’s plan, it is amazing to watch the events unfold.

While the books in this series can stand alone, you will want to begin with book one to enjoy and appreciate the full effect of the storyline. Plus, they are simply amazing books. All three have made it on my top reads list!

Get ready for one last amazing ride in the Waves of Freedom Series. And do not despair…For Sarah has a new WWII series she is working on titled, Sunrise at Normandy. The first book, The Sea Before us will be released spring 2018.

I received a complimentary copy of When Tides Turn from the publishers (Revell) through Radiant Lit. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine alone.

Rated PG: Romance and WWII content. There is nothing graphic or disturbing but it is suspenseful.

Reviewer’s copy was provided by the Publisher. Thank you!


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