I have read all of the Rock Harbor book series. I have enjoyed them all. The story line moves well and excitment is great. I had a hard time putting any of the series down and that includes "Cry in the Night". Thank you Colleen Coble for this great series.
I usually love her books but I have been very disappointed with the last 2 books "Distant Echoes" and this one "Cry in the Night." The reason I was unhappy with this book is how Bree feels about her first husband even after learning about his crimes and he is so selfish and she still had feelings for him. If Kade was not a GREAT husband I could see why but Kade reminds me of my husband so understanding and caring. I do not like when kids are hurt and Bree's son Davey had to know about his father he has been hurt so much. Bree's first husband hurt all his family and he didn't care even till the end.I would like to know how Davey adjusts after this because Kade loves him like his own son. I was hoping that Bree could have been able to get pregnant. I hope there is another book I would like to know more about Lauri; she is so lost I feel bad for her. I would like to know more about Kade and Bree and Kade's job. I love Samson it makes me want to get another dog.
Colleen Coble has done it again. With her keen sense and ability to accurately describe people, places and feelings, I fell under the spell of her and her service dog, Sam, who in my opinion, simply adds to the story line. Anyone who likes mysteries, characters with integrity, small town comaraderie and those four legged creatures who are included in the central cast of characters, don't miss this one. I sincerely hope Colleen continues this series.
A fantastic book!I hated to see it end!There were so many twists & turns that kept me from wanting to put the book down.Hopefully, this isn't the end to the series.After all, the bodies were never found.
Rock Harbor is an outstanding series. I am an avid reader who loves Christian based mysteries. I was thrilled when I found Colleen Coble's books. She rivals Dee Henderson in her ability to make her stories spell-binding. When I'm reading one of Coble's books, it goes everywhere with me! When I finish, it's like saying goodbye to a friend.