Yes, there are bad guys, and danger that keeps you riveted, but it's the passionate, loving characters and their love for life that you'll remember.
Teresa Cates trains bottlenose dolphins. Besides performing, "her dolphins" help rehabilitate wounded veterans and reach autistic children.
the dolphins teach Teresa how to trust her instincts and overcome insecurities in her marriage. In short, it's the dolphins who teach her how to love.
Bonuses in this well-written, devotedly researched book are many. Descriptions of the life and lush tropical landscape of the Florida Keys are sumptuous. And you will learn things not only about dolphins, but about catch and release tarpon fishing, how locals live and eat in
the Keys (very well) and even about Cherokee legends. Most of all, the author explores the secrets to a happy marriage and thriving community, not as a Pollyanna exercise, but with heart and wisdom. It's a page-turner and a thriller, yes, but one that will make you happy it was written, and
a book you'll feel good for having read.
Teresa Cates is the best dolphin trainer in the Florida Keys, which is why a government agency has approached her to train dolphins for a secret counter terrorism program. Her husband and her Cherokee grandmother are against it, but she signs up anyway and soon finds out the program is not what it seems. Meanwhile, a beautiful redhead is trying to steal her husband and her grandmother is having dreams that Teresa's life is in danger. Should she risk everything to try to save the dolphins?