Colleen Coble’s “Rosemary Cottage” Nautical Summer #Giveaway @Litfuse

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Water can be calming and healing, but it can also be dangerous, as Amy Lange and Curtis Ireland both found out. Both lost their siblings to the sea, and they hope to find healing on Hope Island. But will they find it, or will their quest to find answers set them at odds with each other and with those who have secrets that need to stay hidden?

Find out in Colleen Coble’s latest book, Rosemary Cottage, which released July 9. To celebrate, Colleen is hosting a 12-day Nautical Summer Giveaway. From July 16-27, Colleen will be giving away a new nautical prize every day. She’ll announce the winners on July 29 on her website, so mark your calendars for that date to see if you were picked as a lucky winner!

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 ABOUT ROSEMARY COTTAGE

Amy came to Rosemary Cottage to grieve, to heal, maybe even find love. But there’s a deadly undertow of secrets around Hope Island….

The charming Rosemary Cottage on the beach offers Amy Lange respite she needs to mourn her brother, Ben. She’s even thinking of moving her midwife practice to the Outer Banks community. It’s always been a refuge for her and her family. She also wants to investigate Ben’s disappearance at sea. Everyone blames a surfing accident, but Amy has reason to wonder.

Coast Guard officer Curtis Ireland has lost a sibling too. His sister, Gina, was run down by a boat, leaving him to raise her infant daughter. If anyone knew who little Raine’s father was, Curtis could lose his beloved niece. Yet he can’t help being drawn to Hope Beach’s new midwife, Amy. He even agrees to help her investigate what happened to both Ben and Gina.

Can two grieving people with secrets find healing on beautiful Hope Island? Or will their quest for truth set them at odds with each other…and with those who will go to any length to keep hidden things hidden?

Purchase a copy here.

Learn more at Colleen’s website.

Colleen Coble
 ABOUT COLLEEN COBLE
Best-selling author Colleen Coble’s novels have won or finaled in awards ranging from the Best Books of Indiana, ACFW Book of the Year, RWA’s RITA, the Holt Medallion, the Daphne du Maurier, National Readers’ Choice, and the Booksellers Best. She has nearly 2 million books in print and writes romantic mysteries because she loves to see justice prevail. Colleen is CEO of American Christian Fiction Writers and is a member of Romance Writers of America. She lives with her husband Dave in Indiana.

Find out more about Colleen at http://www.colleencoble.com/.

 

Reader review . . . 

Curtis is raising his niece, Raine, after seeing his sister die in a mysterious accident in the water.  Amy has returned to the island to stay at Rosemary Cottage as she grieves for the death of her brother, Ben, whose body was never found.  Curtis fears that if Amy knew of Raine’s paternity, he could lose his beloved niece.  Will the two find the truth they seek?  To what lengths will someone go to protect their secret?

The second installment in The Hope Beach series, the story is again set in a fictional location within the Outer Banks area.  For me, the setting is as important as the characters and storyline.  The author has written so descriptively that I can see the island as clearly as if I were there.  Although it is the second of a series, it works perfectly as a stand-alone novel.

Although it is a “clean” romance and mystery, there is enough suspense to keep the most discerning mystery reader engaged.  As Curtis and Amy investigate the deaths of their siblings, they learn that we never really know a person.  Truths are uncovered throughout the story that will keep you guessing until the end.

4 stars

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a copy of this book from  Litfuse in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”