Beyond the Sea
Bookreview / April 4, 2016

Beyond the Sea is the new book by Keira Andrews, and as we all know I love Keira Andrews, especially for her series about the Amish. So it was with great expectation that I started reading this novel. And I must say, it certainly isn’t bad, but it is not her best work either. The whole concept of two guys stuck on a deserted island has been done before, so you need a pretty good story to pull that one off. A story that doesn’t contain every cliche you can ever think about in this context… Troy Tanner has it all. He is the singer of a very popular boy band and has the world at his feet. Until one day he finds his brother in his room totally high on cocaine and alcohol, a thing he swore he would never do. So Troy does the only thing he can do, he packs up his stuff and leaves, even if they are in the middle of a tour. He hires a private plain to get him out of the country as soon as possible. Brian Sinclair is a pilot who has been through a lot of trouble. An accident has…