USA TODAY bestselling author Colleen Coble returns to her beloved Rock Harbor—but both danger and romance hide in this idyllic small town.
Dana Newell has just moved to Rock Harbor to take a job as a sheriff’s dispatcher and is settling in next door to Bree and Kade Matthews. The abusive relationship she left behind seems a distant memory in this perfect place.
Her first day on the job, Dana receives a call from her friend Allyson who screams “He’s going to kill me too” before the phone goes dead. Dana immediately dispatches a deputy, but it’s too late. Allyson’s death is ruled an accident, but Dana just doesn’t believe it. She knows Allyson—an investigative reporter—was researching a new story. Did someone want to keep her quiet?
Dana continues to look into the accident with the help of Bree and also Allyson’s cousin Boone. Romance quickly blooms between Dana and Boone but the game is much more complex than either of them imagined. When Dana’s ex-fiance locates her, she’s caught in the middle. It’s a game of cat and mouse as she and Boone fight to catch one killer while evading another.
Fans of Colleen Coble, rejoice! In her newest release, Beneath Copper Falls, Coble returns to a fan favorite. Rock Harbor, Michigan and several of our favorite residents make appearances.
In the middle of a Michigan winter, Dana Newell returns to Rock Harbor to escape a demanding ex and settles back into the small community. But her past has followed her and she must constantly keep an eye out for him. With the help of her old friend, Bree Matthews and a new friend, Boone Carter, she prepares to face the controlling man she ran from. But there’s more going on in this U. P. town than meets the eye.
Coble weaves the threads of the mysterious happenings with a masterful touch. Her portrayal of manipulative, controlling men is spot-on. Readers can easily see how women are taken in by these enigmatic, larger-than-life guys who twist words and situations as they see fit.
From the moment Dana meets Boone, there is a connection between the two. Boone believes no one woman could love him because of the scars on his face and Dana questions her judge of character. After all, she came to Rock Harbor because of a man.
A story about how beauty is more than skin-deep and evil can come in a well-wrapped package, Copper Falls is a tense, page-turning return to Rock Harbor.
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