Friday, January 30, 2015

Review: The Unimaginable by Dina Silver

The Unimaginable
by Dina Silver

Publisher: Lake Union Publishing
Pages: 264
Format: ARC
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  After twenty-eight years of playing by the rules, Jessica Gregory moves from her small Indiana town to Phuket, Thailand. But her newfound routine is upended with the arrival of Grant Flynn, a captivating, elusive man who is sailing around the world while trying to move on from a past tragedy. Jessica volunteers to help crew Grant’s boat, Imagine, on a passage across the Indian Ocean and finds herself falling in love with him as the voyage gets underway. But when disaster strikes, Jessica must summon her courage as the crew is confronted by unspeakable terrors—and, aboard a boat named for such promise, comes the unimaginable.

Kritters Thoughts:  Jessica is a young girl who after the death of her mother decides to make a drastic change in her life and chase a dream that she has had for a long time.  She moves to a new country without anyone and just clothing and starts to make it her home.  While there she meets a man who is sailing the world and joins his crew and they encounter the new danger of the sea - pirates.

A prologue sets up the reader to know that something will happen, just not sure when and the anticipation was half of the fun!  I knew that we were going to encounter pirates at sea, just didn't know when and this made the book for me.  

The love of the book was definitely cheesy, but sometimes I like cheesy!  It was predictable and inevitable, but still enjoyable.  

I am so thankful for the author's notes in the back because throughout the entire book I kept asking why the heck would you go there knowing that there is a concentration of pirates - the author's note helped a lot!  

Rating: absolutely loved it and want a sequel

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from BookSparks PR.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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