All is Calm, All is Bright by Colleen Coble ~ Review

All Is Calm, All Is BrightLucie's Review:

Lauren is on the run from a killer, and Bluebird Ranch seems like the perfect place to hide out. And with her gift with horses it is also a great place for her to lend a hand and help with the kids.

Brendan needs a place to recover from his on the job injuries, and Bluebird Ranch seems like a peaceful place to recuperate, and spend the holiday. Brendan suspects that Lauren is hiding something, and he doesn't want her putting the kids at the ranch in danger.

Will they be able to bond together, and fight off the killer who wants to silence Lauren?

I like the good communication between Brendan and Lauren at the try to figure out their next move, and how to stop the killer.

Brendan is a decisive man of faith, who is good at his job and will do anything to keep Lauren safe.

I liked Lauren too, she's had to be strong and make her own way in the world since the death of her mom.

This is a great story filled with faith, suspense, adventure, and plenty of mystery.

In the second novella, when Vanessa tells the town sheriff, Tom of Delilah's accident, he rushes to Tidewater Inn too see if he can help. Tom lost his wife ten year ago, and he's been thinking about getting to know Delilah better for a long time.

Delilah has been receiving mysterious phone calls for a while,and Tom is determined to help her get to the bottom of it. I liked how the work together to solve the mystery, and how it brings them together. I've been wanting to read Tom and Delilah's story for quite some time, so this was a real treat!

Overall, a fast-paced adventure, filled with romance, and I loved revisiting Tidewater Inn again!

NOTE: The two novellas are not connected.

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