Trespass by Robin Merrill

Book reviews are subjective. I tend to rate books not according to how “perfect” they are, seem to be, or are said to be in general but rather to how perfect they are to me. I received a complimentary copy of this book for an honest review.

Trespass by Robin Merrill

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

(Click the title to find the book description/blurb.)

The town of Piercehaven isn’t wild about the interloping lobsterman who’s come to fish in local waters. When that lobsterman mysteriously goes missing, Emily isn’t at all okay with it–especially since her fiancé, James, is acting so strange about it in Trespass by author Robin Merrill.

Nope, I didn’t read the blurb before I started this third Piercehaven book. I enjoyed the first two and was fine with simply moving right along with this one.

I’ve gotten hooked on the series. The books aren’t super light or super dark. They’re down-to-earth reads full of small-town quirks. The stories move at an engaging pace, and I feel like I just know Emily by now, a heroine who’s easy to relate to.

I’ll admit James got on my nerves a few times in this book. Not a feeling I liked to have so close to his nuptials with Emily. I’m not sure I got over all the wedding jitters this book put me through, but, hey. At least that shows how much the story pulled me in.

Fellow fans of ChristFic will want to start at the beginning of this series. And if you’ve already read the first two, don’t hesitate to read this one.


Here’s my review of the first book in this series, Piercehaven: Welcome to the Island.



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