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GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Not My Idea of a HoneymoonJuly 13, 2020GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5If Shauna and Zach had gone on a trip for thrill-seekers, I do not believe things could have gotten any livelier and more intense. As newlyweds on a honeymoon cruise, one would think they would have been able to relax and enjoy being together. Somehow, a cut brake cable on a bicycle, poisoned fish soup, an attempted kidnapping, and other unexpected situations do not sound like the kind of honeymoon I would want to take. The story is fast-paced, which is good since I am uncertain if my heart could have taken much more. One thing is certain: I doubt a person would ever forget a honeymoon like theirs.
Cricket4 Stars Out Of 5Leaving Lavender TidesJune 10, 2019CricketI didn't realize it was a novella so when it ended I was disappointed because I was on a plane and needing more to read. But I enjoyed the book.
Moi4 Stars Out Of 5Leaving Lavender TidesApril 28, 2019MoiQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Moderate reading, quick, and over in a short time. Entertaining. Okay I guess,
KavRCanadaGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Classic page-turnerMarch 3, 2019KavRCanadaGender: femaleOnly Colleen Coble can turn a honeymoon into a nail-biting stalker nightmare! This novella-length suspense is a classic page-turner. And my voice is hoarse from hollering warnings to the lovestruck honeymooners. "Nooooo, turn baaaacckkk!" and "Stop -- don't go off aloooonnne!" Alas, Shauna and Zach are so besotted they didn't pay me any mind. Nerve-wracking scene after never-wracking scene turn honeymoon bliss into harrowing peril. Phew! It's a fast and furious race to the very end!
Loved the Hawaii setting and the unexpected cameos from Coble's Aloha Reef series. This novella comes right after the first book in the Lavender Tides series, and though I think it can be read as a standalone, I think you'll appreciate it more if you've already met 'Cowboy' and 'Fly Girl' in The View from Rainshadow Bay.
Meagan Blooming with BookAge: 35-44Gender: Female4 Stars Out Of 5Fast readDecember 19, 2018Meagan Blooming with BookAge: 35-44Gender: FemaleQuality: 4Value: 4Leaving Lavender Tides
A Lavender Tides Novel #1.5
By Colleen Coble
Shauna and Zach Bannister have left the danger of Lavender Tides, Washington, behind as they celebrate their marriage with a honeymoon in Hawaii. But a new danger is stalking them and unless they can figure out who and why they may never make it back home.
Someone has decided that Shauna is their lost love and he'll do anything to get Zach out of her life. When a series of accidents that almost cost Zach his life Shauna fears that she may lose yet another person dear to her. An anonymous flower delivery leaves the pair wondering just what is going on. But the truth will be what they least expect.
A secondary storyline has Zach searching out information about Shauna's long-missing siblings, which anyone who has read book two will know has a partial outcome that is one that makes Shauna happy.
This is a definite mystery that is an easy to read novella that fills in the spaces between books one (The View from Rainshadow Bay) and two (The House at Saltwater Point). The story portion of the book is only 136 pages followed by discussion questions. If you are looking for a quick read for your book club with a story that could be a stand-alone this is one that you may want to try.
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