Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Secrets at Cedar Cabin (A Lavender Tides Novel #3)

Title:  Secrets at Cedar Cabin (A Lavender Tides Novel #3)

Author:  Colleen Coble

Pages:  352

Year:  2019

Publisher:  Thomas Nelson

My rating:  5 out of 5 stars.

The Lavender Tides series has very engaging and entertaining stories that include the first two books titled, The View of Rainshadow Bay and The House at Saltwater Point.  I think to appreciate the genius of the story is to start with the first book and read all three.  The Secrets at Cedar Cabin really brings an exciting conclusion to the mystery introduced in The View of Rainshadow Bay along with such a variety of characters. 

In this third installment, readers will enjoy Bailey Fleming’s character.  It was very intriguing how Bailey lives her life knowing one mother and moving all the time through her character’s experiences.  Some facets of the many threads regarding Bailey, Grayson and Shauna revealed in the first two books yet in the end of this third book more are revealed that tie up the mystery.

Bailey’s life is radically changed with the information about who she really is and what happened decades ago.  Bailey believes no one knows where she came from and can hide at a cabin reinventing herself.  The truth unravels when FBI agent Lance Phoenix starts poking in her life.  There are thrills as well as danger that is faced by many characters that seem to hint to who is the main culprit to what happened to Bailey, the mother she thought she knew and the man to whom she was once married.

The novel is riveting and climactic and will entertain readers for hours.  Collen Coble knows how to grab a reader and pull them into her books and keep them there till the very end!  I have read a lot of her books and recommend those looking for a solid story, believable characters, faith, romance, suspense and so much more to look Collen’s way!  You won’t be disappointed and I dare say you’ll want to read more coming from her pen in the near future!                 

Note:  I received a complimentary copy for an honest review of this book.  The opinions shared in this review are solely my responsibility. 

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