Colleen Coble always has provided a good mystery and a good setting for romance to bloom even amidst strife. She takes it up a notch in the last book of this new trilogy.
I can rarely give enough praise to Colleen Coble’s work, but this has to be one of her best books and for sure the best one out of the Sunset Cove trilogy.
Kate Mason has heartache come from every direction in her life; an unloving family, failing health, and the inability to have children. Yet through it all God has pulled her through all the messes of life.
Now a new challenge awaits her. With her blueberry fields not producing this year Kate has to find another avenue of work, one that she just might enjoy. When Drake Newman and his two nieces land at her doorstep looking for a place to stay for the summer it seems like God has answered her prayers, but Drake is looking for more then just a place to rent out and that brings its own set of troubles.
So often I have seen books that sound good, like this one, turn into duds. I was a little afraid Twilight at Blueberry barrens would not hold up to predecessors, but I was mistaken. Twilight at Blueberry Barrens not only beat the other two out of the water, but gave readers a main character much more relatable then the last two.
I love the last two books, but with having to struggle with my own health failing in the past and living with the after effects of it, then Kate’s lake of confidence in her own abilities to do something new. I have felt that before, to see my own feelings reflected and then to have hope shone onto them was pretty amazing. Colleen Coble is adding a new sense of life to her books, if you liked her work before I am sure you will love in now.
I have been a fan of Colleen Coble’s work since I read my first book by her over four years ago, yet Twilight in Blueberry Barrens will now hold a special place in my heart thanks to the character Kate. I hope anyone else who reads this book can benefit from it as much as I have.
That is all I have for now folks. Until next time I hope you have a blessed day!
I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review, which I have given.