Very good book, but not as compelling to me as the first two. Did not seem to flow as smoothly as the previous additions. Still very good story.
Loved this book! You can read them in order, or not... either way, a great read that you feel you become part of this wonderful town and characters...
Again Debbie Macomber makes the town of Cedar Cove come alive with all her characters. You just want to join them, go to the riverfront, or have a cup of tea. Maybe stop in to see the local PI. Good summer reading.
"Lack of Communication. That is the running theme in this 3rd installment of the Cedar Cove series. Rosie and Zack are the main characters this time. They have decided to divorce and the ordeal is quickly coming to a head with their children. Maryellen and Jon have decided what is in the best interest of their new born daughter; and Olivia and Jack have finally come to an agreement.
More is revealed in the mysterious death at the Beldon's bed and breakfast with the divulging of an incident that Bob witnessed during his Vietnam years. Will this lead to the identification of the mysterious stranger? Are others still in danger? What is the full story?
I enjoy this series, revisiting storylines and characters, just wish I hadn't waited so long in between books, forgot who a couple of people were, but Macomber is good at refreshing your memory.
I went straight from book one to book two, and then to this one, book three. I thought by now I would be burnt out on reading this series, but NO! I am just as eager to read book 4 as I was the second and third! I don't want to give away any of the plot, but it is a satisfying read that kept me wanting more. Hard to put down!