|Book Title:||Cover of Night|
|Started:||March 21, 2009|
|Finished:||March 24, 2009|
|Time to Read:||4 Days|
|Back Cover / Inside Flap:||"In the charming rural town of Trail Stop, Idaho, accessible to the outside world only by a single road, young widow Cate Nightingale leaves peacefully with her four-year-old twin boys, running a bed-and-breakfast. Though the overnight guests are few and far between - occasional hunters and lake fishermen - Cate always manages to make ends meet with the help of the local jack-of-all-trades, Calvin Harris, who can handle everything from carpentry to plumbing. But Calvin is not what he seems, and Cate's luck is about to run out.|
|Review:||The pacing of this book is interesting - a bit inconsistent at times, but yet with a story that is intriguing and that leaves the reader with no idea what to expect next, it works rather well. The characters of Cate and Calvin are perfectly formed...you just have to root for them to succeed and to get together on the way besides. The children are an interesting dilemma as they seem to be an afterthought throughout, but yet their inclusion is necessary for the story line. The town is fairly well described/formed, but I could have used a little more on that end. All in all, interesting and fun. Enjoy!|
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