Tidewater Inn Review


I recently finished reading Tidewater Inn by Colleen Coble.  I've been wanting to read one of Coble's books for a long time, so when I logged onto Booksneeze and saw that Tidewater Inn was one of my review options, I jumped on it.

This book is about Libby who finds out that her father, who she thought was dead for years, has just died and left her a historic inn in Hope Beach, a small town on the outer banks.  On top of trying to connect with a family she never knew she had, Libby must also search for her business partner who has been kidnapped in the area.

I thought this book was enjoyable.  The characters were likable, and even though it seemed to start out slow, the mystery aspect that became apparent in the second half of the book kept me reading to the end.  

There was a nice little romance thrown in, and Libby struggles throughout the book with how to treat her new siblings, who are acting hostile toward her, in a Christ-like manner.  

This was a suspense/mystery book that included lessons to be learned, without being too heavy or serious.  I think it would be a great vacation/beach read, and I'm definitely going to check out some of Coble's other books!

Note: I was given this book for free by Booksneeze in exchange for this review.  This is my honest opinion of the book.

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Brittney Galloway said...

Thanks for reviewing this! I just read two of her books (she's a new author for me too!) and I liked them alot!

DaisyGirl said...

I need to get back on the Booksneeze bandwagon. It is so great! Glad you finally got to read the book!

LeAnna said...

That looks really good!

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