The Mist of Quarry Harbor

The Mist of Quarry Harbor The sheets were damp and cold as she climbed into bed and as she lay shivering she ached with loneliness Cassie lay listening to the creaking timbers of the old hotel and tears slid down her face I

  • Title: The Mist of Quarry Harbor
  • Author: Liz Adair
  • ISBN: 9781590382912
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
  • The sheets were damp and cold as she climbed into bed, and as she lay shivering, she ached with loneliness Cassie lay listening to the creaking timbers of the old hotel, and tears slid down her face.It doesn t matter what answers I find, she thought Nothing will ever be the same.It was in that twilight between wakefulness and sleep that she wondered how she could fThe sheets were damp and cold as she climbed into bed, and as she lay shivering, she ached with loneliness Cassie lay listening to the creaking timbers of the old hotel, and tears slid down her face.It doesn t matter what answers I find, she thought Nothing will ever be the same.It was in that twilight between wakefulness and sleep that she wondered how she could find any answers when she didn t even know the questions Cassie Van Cleeve is thirty two years old, single, and comfortably settled into a demanding career that leaves little time for romance Suddenly faced with two unexpected proposals of marriage, she finds herself caught in a whirlwind of emotions with a vital choice to make Her decision takes Cassie on an adventure she could never have imagined as she seeks to solve a deadly puzzle and uncover the mysterious past of her new husband Author Liz Adair has shown herself to be a wonderful storyteller, and in The Mist of Quarry Harbor, she has crafted another fast paced novel that will satisfy even the most avid mystery lovers Set in the starkly beautiful Sonora Desert and the picturesque islands and waterways of Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest, this romantic novel provides a visual as well as an emotional feast It is a book whose intriguing characters, startling plot, and exciting scenes will stay with you long after you have closed the book.

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    • Nadine says:

      Another good book by the same author as the Spider Laitham series. Hope she has more!Characters act like real people. No bad language or sex!

    • Seth says:

      I picked this little number up over at the Goodwill, for a buck. It's published by Deseret Book, and yes, all of the main characters are LDS.The main character is Cassie Van Cleeve. She's smoking hot, completely self-sufficient, and single as the book opens. It's important to note that she's not single because no one's interested. She has to fend off a pesky marriage proposal within the first 20 pages of the book. Later, a casual FHE basketball game leads to fisticuffs between her two suitors. S [...]

    • K. Dawidowicz says:

      Another novel featuring lots of beautiful main characters, only this one is LDS and a mystery. Theoretically. Personally, I was already shouting out "SERIAL KILLER" by the time Cassie's future husband showed up. That dude was just way too smooth to be on the up and up. Not to spoil anything for potential readers, because no, the big mystery is NOT that he's a serial killer. Although if he had been, Cassie being murdered and dumped in a ditch would have been a tragic but totally predictable examp [...]

    • Villate says:

      I read this because it was the choice of the month for a book club I belonged to, but "The Mist of Quarry Harbor" is probably the worst book I have ever read. Not only is the prose florid and overwrought, but the plot is absolutely ridiculous. I had the "mystery" figured out almost immediately, and the "surprise twist," if it could be called that, was obvious almost from the first paragraph of the description of the mysterious, boat-piloting stranger. The characters are idiots who make foolish c [...]

    • Courtney says:

      I thought this was going to be a 2 star, but the end was pretty good, so I brought it up to 3.The heroine is a little dumb? She has some real duh moments. And I think there might be a generation gap here with the author because she has a 32 year old in 2005 constantly wearing pantsuits (and she's supposed to be a looker) and talking like I have NEVER heard anyone under the age of 60 talk. Things like this draw a reader out of the story-- the continuity just isn't there. At first, I thought it wa [...]

    • Emma says:

      I love romance fiction with elements of mystery and suspense. This book does just that. It's LDS Fiction, and yet it isn't just about living the church teachings. Mystery, suspence, love triangles, murder and drugs -- it's all there in modern day times. I also love the romantic element of the harbor and the mystery it brings with it too. It's easy for me to relate to the main character, Cassie. She is a no-nonsense, down-to-earth gal, but yet she is a dreamer too; wanting the fairytale promise o [...]

    • Danielle says:

      There is one thing I can't handle in a main character, stupid choices. One time and I can forgive the character but over and over again? I'm sorry you're an idiot, how have you lived to be 32 alone, basically raising yourself, taking care of elderly parents and then be so completely dumb? And she got a masters degree! The mystery aspect of the book kept me going but I was hoping for more action and adventure.

    • Linnae says:

      Cassie's life turns upside-down when she meets Jared, and marries him shortly afterword. When he's killed in an accident, she has to go through his papers, only to find several things that don't seem to add up. So she takes a trip to Puget Sound to search for the truth about her husband.Had some good moments, but towards the end it began to feel like a lecture on the dangers of choosing "flash over substance." Her Spider Gotham mysteries are much better.

    • Kevan says:

      This is a great book, the story line keeps you guessing. I hate to figure out "who dunnit" too soon. I loved the description of the area, it made it come a live in my mind's eye. The characters were believable, you could put yourself in their place and understand their motives.

    • Megan Swanson says:

      I've read four of her books and I think this one is probably the best. Sure, it wasn't entirely thorough and it wasn't quite what I expected-which is usually pretty accurate-but it was still pretty good. I do wish that there had been a bit more at the end though, or something. I'm not quite sure.

    • Joyce says:

      A nice, quick read; I enjoyed reading this mystery/love story. It moved quick enough to keep me interested and I loved the characters. Liz Adair has written some other novels; and I will read them.

    • Tressa (Wishful Endings) says:

      I was a little disappointed by this one. It's about a girl who jumps into a marriage over a couple of weeks and then finds out he isn't who she thought he was and that she really is in love with one of her best friends - just not the knocked off her feet crazy kind. This is an LDS book.

    • Andrea says:

      Pretty good story. The main character came off as being a bit stupid (although she was supposedly very smart) when she married the guy she'd only known for a few weeks and hardly knew anything about him.

    • Jen says:

      When I started reading this book, I had no idea it was an "LDS" book. I guess that is what happens when you live in UT and go to the public library! :) It wasn't bad, it was just really predictable and a bit cheesy. I just struggle to not see how a book ends.

    • Teresa says:

      I love books set in Washington! The descriptions of the places were very believable. The characters were sadly realistic. Even though we all know we shouldn't trust things that are too good to be true, so many people do.

    • Andrea says:

      Quick, easy read. Predictable

    • Becky says:

      Pretty good book. Read it in 1 day. Great LDS fiction with mystery, suspense & romance

    • Whitney says:

      When I was about 1/4 into I thought it was going to be corny with the romantic plot but then it changes directions into a mystery and keeps you guessing whats going to happens! Rather quite good!

    • Karen says:

      The descriptions in the book were better than the plot. It was a quick read. Not one of her better mysteries but that is only my opinion.

    • Winona says:

      Lovely light reading that kept me involved to the last page.

    • Bergen says:

      Ehhh not bad, but I wish there was more action and mystery- 1/2 of the novel was spent just introducing the characters!

    • Patricia says:

      Rating 2.5. It was basically a good story, although I needed more subterfuge in the plot. I could see the ending coming.

    • Heather says:

      Grade: B

    • Brenda says:

      A book I won't forget. I enjoyed every minute.

    • Angela says:

      It was kind of hokey but I finished it.

    • Kerrin says:

      I would give this book 3 1/2 stars. It was predictable but had some interesting turns at the same time. Easy read.

    • Cara says:

      Fairly predictable and sometimes the main character made unbelievable decisions, but overall had a good message and was entertaining enough to be worthwhile.

    • Paij says:

      I thought this book was pretty entertaining and maybe I'm not that bright but she kept me guessing to the end.

    • Cortney says:

      I read this book as part of a book club--it was alright, a good read for something to break away from anything too heavey. Not hard and entertaining.

    • Jessica Walker - Stier says:

      I really enjoyed this. It wasn't tricky or elaborate but was a fun, quick read with a happy, neat ending. Another Liz Adair book that I have enjoyed!

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