Tidewater Inn by Colleen Coble

November 27, 2012 profmom
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Published by Thomas Nelson and provided free from BookSneeze and NetGalley for review, “Tidewater Inn” by Colleen Coble has a different feel than her other books and is an enjoyable read.

Hope Island is described as a scenic island that is peaceful and carefree. A place you would want to visit on vacation and stay at Tidewater Inn.   The people of Hope Island are dependent on ocean life and tourism to sustain living there.

The emotions of finding previously unknown family present obstacles which must be overcome and complicates decisions that must be made.  Libby is trying to live her life centered on her new found faith but is fallible as people are. Trying to do the right thing under the duress of her missing business partner and friend she turns to a stranger for help.

<SPOILER ALERT> If you are familiar with Colleen Coble’s Rock Harbor series you will be delighted at the appearance of Bree and Samson. It’s always nice when characters you are familiar with unexpectedly appear.

I recommend this book and look forward to the continuation of this series. It is not as long as some of her other books but definitely worth the time.  Grab a cup of tea (or coffee), make yourself comfortable and enjoy!


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