The Inn at Ocean's Edge (Sunset Cove, #1) by Colleen Coble

The Inn at Ocean's Edge (Sunset Cove, #1)

Claire’s visit to a luxury hotel in Maine awakens repressed memories, threatening all she holds dear.In 1989, Claire Dellamare disappeared from her own fourth birthday party at the Hotel Tourmaline on the island of Folly Shoals, Maine. She showed up a year later at the same hotel, with a note pinned to her dress but no explanation. Nobody knows where Claire spent that year—and until now, Claire didn’t even know she had ever been missing.But...


Details The Inn at Ocean's Edge (Sunset Cove, #1)

TitleThe Inn at Ocean's Edge (Sunset Cove, #1)
ISBN9781401690267
Author
Release DateApr 14th, 2015
PublisherThomas Nelson
LanguageEnglish
GenreChristian Fiction, Mystery, Romance, Fiction, Suspense, Contemporary
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Reviews The Inn at Ocean's Edge (Sunset Cove, #1)

  • Carmen Blankenship
    2015-02-11
    This is not easy for me. I'm such a fan of books and of the authors who write them. I will always point out the positive when writing a review. The positive points of Colleen Coble's The Inn at Oceans Edge is that the concept of this mystery was a good one. Unfortunately, the execution of it was horrible.Claire heads to Maine to assist her father in merger that they hope will save their hotel. Once she steps foot inside she has a panic attack but...
  • Katherine Jones
    2015-04-17
    I never like saying I couldn’t get into a novel, especially one like this with so much clout behind it. I want to get hooked on every book I read. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen here.It wasn’t the story itself, which is–in and of itself–intriguing. Rather, it was something, somehow, in the way it was told. Starting, perhaps, with the way that I didn’t feel the author trusted me, the reader, to connect obvious dots. Like in this bri...
  • Beth
    2015-08-17
    Colleen Coble is another author that I’m a little behind the curve on reading, and I hope to remedy that further in the future. The Inn at Ocean’s Edge is only the second of her novels that I’ve read, and while I wasn’t blown away by the other novel, this one was a great suspenseful read. This novel provides really great set up for upcoming books in the series, while still in keeping with what appears to be Colleen’s trademark romantic ...
  • Cara Putman
    2015-03-28
    The Inn at Ocean's Ridge is Colleen Coble at her best. The story is richly layered around the theme of what makes us a family. Is it blood relationships? Is it love? Is it something else? Claire Dellamare arrives at Hotel Tourmaline ready to help her father close a merger with another company. But the moment she arrives, she has a flashback or panic attack that sends her running for the ocean. Luke Rocco is in a quandary deciding between staying ...
  • Gretchen
    2015-01-10
    This was by far my favorite Colleen Coble book yet! The suspense was so intense I felt as if I was right there with the characters. Claire was so realistic I felt for her the whole time. I thought that it was interesting that all of the characters said "fudge." I don't think there was anything in this book that I didn't like. Strong reccomendatuon!
  • Rachel B
    2017-05-27
    DNF'd at 7%.I picked this up for a book club and, to be fair, didn't realize it was a romance. I decided to read it anyway, hoping that the emphasis would be on the suspense/mystery, but I find that I can't get past the characters themselves.So far, everyone seems to be highly successful and beautiful, and the writing is ridiculous. For example, the male lead is in the coast guard and when his appearance is described, these sentences happen: "......
  • Aerykah
    2014-08-18
    I love this author-- she's a long-time favorite of mine. Her writing style almost always draws me in from the moment I start reading and refuses to let me go until after I close the book.This book was wonderful! I really enjoyed it. The characters were great and the plot was terrific!However, I figured out too much of the mystery too far before the end of the book. It was still pretty intense, though. That alone wouldn't have made me take the rat...
  • Staci
    2016-10-07
    This suspense novel was filled with lots of twists and turns. I didn't figure out who the villain was until it was revealed. While the suspense and plot were strong, the romance between Luke and Claire was just o.k. In particular, the endearment "honey" bothered me each time it was used. Do thirty year olds call each other "honey"?Overall, a solid suspense novel. I look forward to the next in the series.
  • Laura
    2015-04-10
    Title: THE INN AT OCEAN’S EDGE Author: Colleen CoblePublisher: Thomas NelsonApril 2015ISBN: 978-1401690267Genre: Romantic suspenseClaire’s visit to a luxury hotel in Maine awakens repressed memories, threatening all she holds dear.In 1989, Claire Dellamare disappeared from her own fourth birthday party at the Hotel Tourmaline on the island of Folly Shoals, Maine. She showed up a year later at the same hotel, with a note pinned to her dress bu...
  • JoJo Sutis
    2015-04-24
    The Inn At Ocean’s Edge is a mesmerizing, compelling, mysterious tale.As haunting as a Hitchcock, this story will keep you reading late into the night. An eerie beachside hotel, brings back haunting memories for the main character and as the reader, I got to follow in her footsteps as she desperately tried to uncover the truth of the past.Family secrets, mysterious attacks, and murder all lead to the final shocking conclusion.If you are a fan o...