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Book Review: In Shelter Cove by Barbara Freethy
Publication Date:April 6, 2010
A long-ago shipwreck off the California coast led the survivors to the haven they named Angel’s Bay. Their shared adversity brought fellowship and joy . . . but also unsuspected secrets. Acclaimed author Barbara Freethy returns to the town where angels still keep watch, with a compelling story of a young widow trying to find the truth and bring closure for her son and herself.
The theft of three priceless paintings sent Derek Kane to prison and destroyed the dreams of his wife, Brianna. When Derek unexpectedly dies just weeks before his release, Brianna returns to Angel’s Bay with her young son, determined to prove her husband’s innocence and find the missing paintings. Her efforts are stymied by Jason Marlow, the police officer who sent Derek to jail— betraying his former friend. And when unexpected passion flares between Brianna and Jason, she must choose between the past and the present, the guilty and the innocent, the truth and the lies. For nothing is what it seems. . . .
File Size: 953 KB
Print Length: 388 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1439173257
Publisher: Pocket Books (April 27, 2010)
Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
Review:What happens when you marry the man you love and he's arrested for being a criminal? She's a single mom and knows that her husband didn't commit this crime. After his death, she decides to further pursue finding the real felon. Little did she expect that the actual felon is a cop and also her neighbor. Worse yet, she has an attraction to him. This book is probably for those who have read the earlier books in this series. While it will stand alone, it never really grabbed me and sucked me into it.