Midnight Sea by Colleen Coble

Leilani Tagama is attempting to change her life when she is suddenly blinded by a mysterious shooting at her aunt's coffee farm.  As she struggles to live with her new disability, Ben Mahoney is called in to help.  Ben uses Fisher, the service dog he is training, to get onto the coffee farm for his own reasons.  Soon both Ben and Lani suspect there is more behind the shooting than originally suspected.  As they try to figure out what is going on before someone else gets hurt, they also have to work through their own pasts in order to move forward in their lives.
Midnight Sea is an exciting read.  The story moves quickly and the characters experience real discovery and growth.  I wish there was a little bit more development of the "villain," but overall the characters were well-rounded and unique.  I thoroughly enjoyed this book as I have all of Coble's work!  I would highly recommend her.

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