The Deep End by Traci Hunter Abramson

Title: The Deep End

Author: Traci Hunter Abramson

Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.

Release Date: August, 2007

ISBN: 159811199X

Size: 6×9; 245 pages

Genre: Suspense, Thriller

Series: Undercurrents, Ripple Effect

Matt’s hands balled in frustration. . . . He couldn’t even acknowledge that he knew the dark-haired beauty down the street-much less that he was married to her. . . . He had walked into this marriage knowing full well that he would be married to a woman in the Witness Protection Program, and that they would have to spend their first year of marriage pretending they didn’t know each other.

But little do CJ and Matt know the extent of the danger and loneliness that will haunt their lives. A world-class swimmer with Olympic aspirations, CJ faces overwhelming odds that threaten to drown all her hopes and dreams. Will the deep end prove to be a dead end for CJ and Matt?

In a story where reality is as tentative as the waters of competition, and happiness is as elusive as the forces of evil that conspire to end all their dreams, CJ and Matt’s race for safety becomes a marathon of fear.

2 thoughts on “The Deep End by Traci Hunter Abramson”

  1. I liked this book. For suspense, the tension wasn’t quite as high as I like, but it was really pretty good. I recommend it.

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