The House at Saltwater Point by Colleen Coble ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Ellie Blackmore runs a blog, and flips houses in Lavender Falls, WA, with her partner, Jason. But when her sister disappears from the bloody deck of her boat, it sends Ellie on a search for the truth.

Shauna and Zach are married now, and on their way to meet her long lost brother. Coastguard Grayson Bradshaw is thrown for a loop when he hears Shauna's news, but when he is sent to Lavender Falls to investigate stolen cocaine. Ellie's sister is the main suspect. But he believes that more is at play.

Will Ellie and Grayson be able to unravel the mystery and find the truth?

Grayson is sorry about Ellie's sister's disappearance, but he knows things about Mac that she doesn't, but he can't help admiring her devotion to her sister. They agree to work together and be open minded as they  work through all the evidence to find the truth. But as they get closer, the risk grows. Ellie finds her tires slashed, her house broken into, and more. They discover that there is a whole lot more going on than a missing sister and drugs.

Ellie is smart and capable, she is determined to continue fixing up her house, and struggles to find peace about the things that happened in her childhood.

Grayson is a good man, and he continues to help Ellie search for the truth, he is very protective of her, and admires her strength and beauty.

Plenty of action, great characters, and intentional dialog, as well as touches of humor that give this book great dimension. Fast paced and enjoyable, I really liked how this book wasn't as dark as previous books by Colleen Coble have been.

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