Friday, November 18, 2016

Submerged by Elizabeth Goddard with #Review


With Christmas just around the corner, Cobie MacBride wants closure in the case of her missing father. But when a visit to the last place he was seen leads to an attack by a masked assailant, Cobie knows she's in over her head. Running for her life, she never expected to find safety with Adam Warren—the man she blames for her brother's death. Seeking answers leads them to a treasure ship, buried secrets…and deadly danger. Christmas could find them starting a new future—if they can avoid getting trapped in the perils of the past. 

The Mountain Cove Series has been such a delight to read. The newest installation in the series is very good, not my favorite out of them, but still an excellent book. 

Cobie MacBride is quite the female protagonist. I loved the spunk she displayed, had a bit of a hard time with how much she caused Adam trouble, though eventually she does let her guard down around him. See, Cobie blames Adam Warren for her brother's death years ago, so when he turns up to rescue her, she wants nothing to do with him. But they are kind of thrown together and must rely on each other if they want to escape the killer who keeps going after Cobie. Could it be related to her father's disappearance? Will Adam be able to save her from the assassin bent on her death? 

There is quite a bit of mystery and that is what I really love in Elizabeth Goddard's books. They are fun and interesting, but the whole "trying to find out who done it" is my favorite part. A great installment in the series and I cannot wait to read the next one.

**DISCLOSURE: I was given a free product in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given, and all thoughts are 100% mine. Please read my full disclosure policy HERE.**


Amy Orvin said...

I love a good mystery. Sounds like a great one! Thanks.

Kristie said...

Thanks for your honest review! Thanks for introducing me to a new author. It sounds like a good story. I don't usually read mysteries but I'll look for the first in this series. kristiedonelon(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Angela Saver said...

This looks like a great read! I think I would really enjoy this!

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