Break of Day, Colleen Coble

Break of Day Review

In Break of Day by Colleen Coble, Annie Pederson’s life looks like it’s finally coming together, but danger still lurks in Rock Harbor, and this time, it’s after her.

So many things happened in Break of Day as Annie, Jon, and Mason drew closer to the truth.

Break of Day is the final installment in the Annie Pederson trilogy and is best read in the series order as there are several threads that pick up from the earlier books.

I enjoyed reading Break of Day, but there were times when I had to take a break just so I could get a breather. This book was intense!

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If you’ve read the first books in the series, you’ll enjoy seeing Jon and Annie’s romance blossom as their family got stronger. It was good to finally get answers to questions from the earlier books as Annie narrowed down the players in the deadly game.

Readers of Break of Day will be reminded that life can be scary, but we’re not meant to live in fear. Instead, we’re to boldly use the gifts, talents, and resources God has given us to do the work He’s tasked us with.

I received an advanced reader’s copy from the publisher through NetGalley; a positive review was not required.

First Line of Break of Day

One stupid kayak. Ella Anderson lay spread-eagled on her back on a tiny spit of land in Lake Superior. – Break of Day, Colleen Coble

So many questions were raised. Who’s Ella, and why is she in Lake Superior? Did she lose her kayak? How?

Break of Day, Colleen Coble

Favorite Quotes from Break of Day

There were so many powerful quotes in Break of Day. Here are some of my favorites.

“I’m not living my life in fear. When it’s my time, nothing I do will change what God has set in his Book of Life. How many times does the Bible say, ‘Fear not’? Enough times that we know God doesn’t want us to cower in our homes.

“I want to model courage, not cowardice.”

None of us know how many days God has written for our lives. We have to do the job before us and not worry about that.

“There’s room for all of us. Love is like that. It doesn’t matter how many people you love. There is always room for more.”

Good friends were the same as family. Sometimes even better.

About Break of Day (An Annie Pederson Novel Book 3)

Annie Pederson’s happily ever after is finally within sight . . . If she can stay alive long enough to grasp it.

Law enforcement officer Annie Pederson’s life has been rocked by tragedy, but things finally seem to be heading in the right direction. Her relationship with the love of her life—who’s also the biological father of her precious daughter—has never been better, and it looks like an engagement ring is in Annie’s future. She’s also slowly building back trust with her sister, Sarah, after a separation that lasted for decades.

When a man escapes law enforcement custody and Sarah’s safety is suddenly in question, Annie’s personal and professional lives once again merge. Meanwhile, her investigation of hikers who have gone missing in the remote woods of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula puts her in the crosshairs of a deadly game.

Now, Annie is the one being hunted. When she discovers the terrible truth about the men who are stalking her, she realizes that she’s in for the fight of her life if she’s going to redeem the sister she once lost, build the family she dreams of, and keep all those she loves safe.

Return to the beloved town of Rock Harbor in the final installment of the Annie Pederson trilogy by bestselling suspense author Colleen Coble.

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About Colleen Coble

Best-selling author Colleen Coble’s novels have won or finaled in awards ranging from the Best Books of Indiana, the ACFW Carol Award, the Romance Writers of America RITA, the Holt Medallion, the Daphne du Maurier, National Readers’ Choice, and the Booksellers Best.

She has over 4 million books in print and writes romantic mysteries because she loves to see justice prevail. Colleen is CEO of American Christian Fiction Writers. She lives with her husband, Dave, in Indiana. Visit her website at http://colleencoble.com.

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