13 September 2016

Twilight at Blueberry Barrens by Colleen Coble

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“I need you to keep these girls safe...”

Kate Mason has devoted herself to caring for her family’s blueberry barrens. But after her fields stop producing fruit, she’s forced to come up with alternative ways to make a living.

Renting out the small cottage on her property seems an obvious choice, but it won’t be enough. When entrepreneur Drake Newham shows up looking not only for a place to rent but also for a nanny for his two nieces, it’s almost too good to be true. And maybe it is—because Drake brings with him dangerous questions about who might be out to kill his family.

The more time Kate spends with Drake and the girls, the more difficult it becomes to hide her attraction to him. But a family crisis isn’t exactly the ideal time to pursue a romance.

Meanwhile, Kate learns that her uncle—in prison for murder—has escaped. Add to that a local stalker who won’t leave her alone, and Kate is looking over her shoulder at every turn. With threats swirling from multiple directions, she wonders if her blueberry fields will ever flourish again...or if this twilight is her last.

Set on the beautiful coast of Maine, Twilight at Blueberry Barrens brings together suspense, romance, and the hope that one day new life will come again.
A book I’ve been waiting to read since finishing Mermaid Moon, Twilight at Blueberry Barrens delivers Colleen Coble’s signature blend of mystery, suspense, and romance in a delightful new story. As the third in the Sunset Cove series, it returns readers to scenic Maine, where Kate Mason (who made appearances in previous novels) encounters danger at every turn and with Drake Newham by her side. With some great twists and turns, the well-paced plot plays out entertainingly and kept me figuratively on my toes until the end. It’s quite a page-turner, and I recommend it to fans of romantic suspense (and especially those who have enjoyed the previous Sunset Cove novels).

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