Book Review: Silent Night by Colleen Coble

This is a Christmas novella, making it a very easy read. The setting is located in a close-knit town off of Lake Superior in Michigan. Bree Matthews, along with her husband, Kade, are investigating the death of a sky-jumper. As his mysterious death unfolds, they realize that Kade's wayward sister is somehow involved.

While trying to solve this mystery, Bree and Kade are having some troubles of their own. . . .baby troubles. Although Bree has a son from her first marriage, she longs to have a baby with Kade. They've been trying for three years to conceive without success. Kade has reached the point where he's okay without a baby of their own. He's happy to raise Bree's son as his own and even suggests adoption. Bree isn't convinced her husband is as happy as he says he is. . .


This book was a light and fast read; great for Christmas break. Apparently, this book is one in a series of books. I think that because I wasn't already familiar with the characters, their introduction into the story seemed to be rather choppy, and at times hard to follow. Other than that, the story line remained relatively light. Overall, the book was a pretty good read and maybe would have been better had I read the other books in the series before this one.

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