The Inn at Ocean's Edge : Sunset Cove

  • by Colleen Coble
  • Narrated by Devon O'Day
  • Series: Sunset Cove
  • 9 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A vacation to Sunset Cove was her way of celebrating and thanking her parents. After all, Claire Dellamore's childhood was like a fairy tale. But with the help of Luke Elwell, Claire discovers that fairy tale was really an elaborate lie....
The minute she steps inside the grand Inn at Ocean's Edge, Claire Dellamare knows something terrible happened there. She feels it in her bones. Her ensuing panic attack causes a scene, upsetting her parents. Claire attempts to quiet her nerves with a walk on the beach, to no avail. She's at too great a distance to make out details, but she believes she witnesses a murder on a nearby cliff. When local police find no evidence of foul play, they quickly write off the "nervous" woman's testimony as less than credible.
But Luke Elwell, home on leave from the Coast Guard, has reason to believe Claire. Years ago, when his mother went missing, Luke's father suspected she'd been murdered. He died never having convinced the police to investigate. So when an employee of the grand hotel doesn't show up for work, Luke steps in to help Claire track down the missing woman.
As Claire and Luke put together the pieces of a decades-old mystery, they discover that some family secrets refuse to stay buried. And some passions are worth killing for.


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Customer Reviews

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Wow! I was so hooked, I finished it in two days! This is exactly what I needed to keep my imagination going during my down time! The story line is superb!
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- Stacey

Worst book I've ever read

Would you try another book from Colleen Coble and/or Devon O'Day?


Would you ever listen to anything by Colleen Coble again?


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Books like this are the reason I stopped reading fiction. The characters were not well developed, the story line was predictable--from the very beginning two characters with missing parent issues and one of them has a disease needing a transplant match so obviously they are going to end up being twins. It was also unrealistic to the point of not being able to relate to the story or the characters: the main character was the victim of an attack or abduction no less than three times and witnessed two murders during the course of the story. No, no, no, no. I didn't care about any of the characters and if I read another story like this again any time soon, fiction will be back on the shelf for me.

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- Daybreakoh

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-14-2015
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson