Friday, June 29, 2018
Book Review: The House at Saltwater Point (Lavender Tides #2) by Colleen Coble
Title: The House at Saltwater Point (Lavender Tides #2)
Author: Colleen Coble
Stars: 5 stars
The House at Saltwater Point is a interesting mystery filled with family drama and love.
Colleen Coble is able to paint a world where fictional characters pop off the pages and into the readers homes.
The House At Saltwater Point has a large cast of characters and I think a list of characters at the beginning of the story would help first time readers. I will admit I mixed up a few Characters and who they were and related too. Readers are even introduced to long lost brothers who are found along with a possible sister.
Ellie is ever day woman who is flipping house and trying to balance family and co worker. When things take a turn for the worst everything moves so fast readers will be reading late into the night to figure out who the killer is.
Colleen Coble gives readers a more natural ending to the story that will leave readers satisfied.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher Thomas Nelson for the advance copy
Ellie Blackmore is making a name for herself as a young house flipper. But when her sister disappears, she can’t focus on anything but finding out what really happened. Blood on the floor might indicate that MacKenzie was killed and her body was removed.
Ellie is at odds with Grayson Bradshaw, the handsome Coast Guard intelligence officer who thinks MacKenzie faked her own death and is off enjoying her ill-gotten gains: billions of dollars in cocaine.
They both want the truth, but truth—and family—is often more complex than it may first appear.
Expected publication: July 3rd 2018 by Thomas Nelson
About The Author:
USAToday bestselling author Colleen Coble lives with her husband, Dave, in Indiana. She is the author of dozens of novels including the Rock Harbor Series, the Aloha Reef Series, the Mercy Falls Series, the Hope Beach Series, the Lonestar Series and two Women of Faith fiction selections, Alaska Twilight and Midnight Sea. She has more than 2 million books in print.
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