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Undetected by Dee Henderson

Sometimes it can take some time to learn the truth about who you really are and what you want from life. Sometimes confronting that truth can be difficult and frightening. But once you grab hold of it your whole life can change. That is the reality for Gina Gray and Mark Bishop in Undetected by Dee Henderson.

Gina Gray is smart. So smart that she finished college by the time most kids are starting high school. And while she has done many amazing things with her intelligence, her biggest dream in life is get married and have a family. Yet, she finds relationships very challenging. Mark Bishop is a commander in the US Navy. Good friends with Gina’s brother, he and Gina’s paths cross again when Gina is on the trail of a major breakthrough in the way that sonar works.  She needs Mark’s guidance as this could change the entire world of submarine warfare. But, could this relationship move out from being simply professional to being the answer that both Mark and Gina are looking for?

I really enjoyed reading Undetected. It was interesting learning about Navy like and how things actually are on submarine. I found the characters of Mark and Gina interesting and I was rooting for them the entire read. This is another Dee Henderson novel that does not disappoint.

I received this book from Bethany House publishers in exchange for my review. I was not required to write a positive review.


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