Although spends the first twenty something years living as someone else. She is rescued by her uncle and comes to live and work with a man who's son h..Show More »as epilepsy. Her dog knows what to do to keep the boy safe and convinces his grandfather who is actually the heroine's father that the dog should stay in the house with him. Her faith in god and belief that there is good in everyone comes in handy on many occasions when she is attacked by people who don't want her father to know who she is. The story has a lot of twists and turns but they are not so twisted that you can't follow the story. This is worth the credit if you want a good story to listen to on a long drive or a rainy day.
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review via audiobook boom.
Set in the early 1900s, on the California coast, this is the second in the Mercy Falls series. A new lightkeeper, Will Jasperson has come to town, an..Show More »d he also is very interested in the evolving study of the weather, and wants to become a meteorologist. One night Will rescues some shipwrecked men after pirates looted their ship . . . Katie Russel, the local telephone operator, accidentally overhears a chilling conversation . . . and then a thud . . . at her friend, Eliza's house . . . and then there's little Jennie, the abandoned baby, found at Eliza's house . . . how do all these fit together? As evil lurks around the corner, Katie, Will, and Philip (Will's brother) search for the answers . . . and things are never as they seem . . . Great historical tale, clean and full of mystery . . .
I've come to love Colleen Coble. She captures and keeps my attention with interesting characters, storylines and plot twists. She manages to keep me g..Show More »uessing while threading romance and adventure throughout, without getting too 'heavy', always giving you a happy ending.