This was the first book in the series that I read. I really enjoyed it. I didn't feel like I missed too much by not reading the others before it and I'm definitely hoping there will be more to come in the future.
Her writing style isn't wordy, which I prefer. I had no clue who the killer was until the end, which I like, too.
This is a beautiful story. Some parts are scary with the boys missing in the wildernes, and other parts made me cry. This book is on my keeper shelf because it's full of all kinds of emotions and as the reader, I felt every one of them.
This was another good book by Catherine Anderson. It is the start of the Kendrick/Coulter series. Lot's of emotion and drama with a heartbroken man who lost his family and a woman on the run from her family.
I couldn't get into the story plot on this one. She seemed like a long winded or wordy author with more babble than I need to read. The idea of the story was good, I just couldn't read her writing style.
This was an okay book that finally gave the conclusion to the series and some long awaited answers. I was disappointed with it since the first three were good and kept building up the suspense for this one.
I wasn't a Jennifer Crusie fan, but then I read this book and I've sort of changed my mind. If I can find more of her books written like this one, I'd be happy! This was cute and short, I like them that way:)
This is the first book in the Hannah Swenson Mystery series... after reading it, I couldn't stop reading the rest of the series. The books are very well written, and the fist book launched the series very well.