MY REVIEW-I have to tell you, this is probably one of the most interesting books I have ever read. The plot is really different than most. And the way Colleen Coble weaves the story makes for an interesting read.
The book opens with a woman remembering being strangled. We find out later that this woman, Elin Summerall, had a heart transplant. And what she is experiencing is flashbacks from the heart donor. And this donor was murdered. Elin wakes up at times gasping for breath and feeling the hands around her neck. She sees herself fighting him off and what he is wearing. While the police don't take her seriously an FBI agent shows up, one that she never wanted to see again. After all, her daughter happens to be his as well, though he doesn't know it. One other person is very interested in what Elin remembers, or how much she remembers, and that is the killer.
I found this book to be very believable and well written. Colleen Coble pens a story that pulls you into it and has you turning pages as fast as you can read them:) I have read one other book somewhat like this plot where a woman gets a transplant and remembers details from her donor but Seagrass Pier outdid the other one. I seriously read this in about 3 hours or so. I not only wanted to see who the killer was and get him brought to justice, but I also wanted to see Marc and Elin come to terms with what happened those years ago. Once they can get past that I just knew they would be perfect for each other, as much as they thought to the contrary:) Overall it was an excellent book. We do see a situation of a relationship before marriage but I think it is handled quite well and we see the consequences of it. Great book Colleen!!
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