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The Inn at Ocean's Edge (A Sunset Cove Novel) Kindle Edition
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I hate to leave spoilers but there’s no way around it. Omgosh, I can’t believe so many people raved over this. It started out 5 Stars but didn’t take long to go down. It gave me more stress than I already had in real life because the whole book was how no one would give any answers to the same conversation over and over. It was like Groundhog Day movie over and over. And to try and change the subject, the characters would say, ‘want some ice tea?’ I really had a hard time with how the sheriff treated the whole case and was so condemning towards Claire. And he didn’t investigate like he should’ve. This has got to be one of the most poorly written books, I can’t believe people like it. No cop does their job so poorly. And in the end, we didn’t hear or see the sheriff any more. The characters were so poorly developed and the writing choppy. Nothing they did or said makes sense. And I don’t think there are orcas on the east coast.
If you’re listening to the audio version, the narrator tells it in a sing song voice sounding like she’s reading to a child. During some parts she’s really good but most times it’s saccharine sweet. Giving the listener the feeing of being ignorant.
The first in a series that takes place in Maine. Claire thinks she is visiting a hotel for the first time and in the first chapter she finds out that she was a news story in this small town in Maine and the story goes from there! At the same time Luke lost his mom years ago and she was never found and maybe with Claire coming to town and new clues coming to life he may find her.
I loved how the different storylines weaved in and out effortlessly. I thought that the author made it so that we flowed from one story to another and they impacted each other so well.