Sunday, December 16, 2012

Silent Night by Colleen Coble


Christmas is that time of the year when I want to read a heartwarming story. But it is also a busy time of the year so a novella is great.
And Silent Night is a perfect choice.
We are back on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, in Rock Harbor. Bree and Kade are getting their lighthouse home ready for holiday guests. But Lauri, the younger sister Kade has been watching over since their parents died, shows up two weeks early. Has she quit school?
Something strange is going on with Lauri. She claims she was supposed to meet a fellow she knows who was going to parachute on to a near by frozen lake. Except that he was found dead, having landed in trees.
To make matters worse, Bree is not feeling well. She is so tired all of the time.

This was a rewarding read. It's short. You can read it in an evening.
It is part of the Rock Harbor series. I have not read the series yet I thoroughly enjoyed the book. Coble gives enough back information that it is easy to pick right up in the story line.
Enjoy.

Only available as an ebook, order it here.

I received a complimentary egalley of this novella from the publisher for the purpose of this review.
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