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Dockside With Her Daughter Grown And Flown, Nina Romano Is Ready To Embark On A New Adventure She S Waited A Long Time For Dating, Travel And Chasing Dreams But Just As She S Beginning To Enjoy Being On Her Own, She Finds Herself Falling For Greg Bellamy, Owner Of The Charming Inn At Willow Lake And A Single Father With Two Kids Of His OwnGreg Lost His First Marriage To A Demanding Career Now He S Determined To Make A New Start Before It S Too Late Juggling Work, Raising His Young Son And Helping His Nearly Grown Daughter Face Life S Ultimate Challenge, He Has No Time To Fall In Love Still, With Nina Romano, Love Feels Just Right This Time Around

About the Author: Susan Wiggs

Susan Wiggs s life is all about family, friendsand fiction She lives at the water s edge on an island in Puget Sound, and she commutes to her writers group in a 17 foot motorboat She serves as author liaison for Field s End, a literary community on Bainbridge Island, Washington, bringing inspiration and instruction from the world s top authors to her seaside community See www.fieldsend.org She s been featured in the national media, including NPR s Talk of the Nation, and is a popular speaker locally and nationally According to Publishers Weekly, Wiggs writes with refreshingly honest emotion, and the Salem Statesman Journal adds that she is one of our best observers of stories of the heart who knows how to capture emotion on virtually every page of every book Booklist characterizes her books as real and true and unforgettable She is the recipient of three RITA sm awards and four starred reviews from Publishers Weekly for her books The Winter Lodge and Passing Through Paradise have appeared on PW s annual Best Of lists Several of her books have been listed as top Booksense picks and optioned as feature films Her novels have been translated intothan two dozen languages and have made national bestseller lists, including the USA Today, Washington Post and New York Times lists The author is a former teacher, a Harvard graduate, an avid hiker, an amateur photographer, a good skier and terrible golfer, yet her favorite form of exercise is curling up with a good book Readers can learnon the web at www.susanwiggs.com and on her lively blog at www.susanwiggs.wordpress.com.

10 thoughts on “Dockside

  1. says:

    This was another brilliant instalment in the Lakeshore Chronicles The author draws you back into this quaint lakeside town and immerses you in the lives of the characters with her well polished writing and breathtaking descriptions I love how Wiggs isn t afraid to bring topics such as teenage pregnancy to the forefront of her story The characters

  2. says:

    It is official, I have fallen in love with this series What I have discovered about this series is that these books are about the have s and the have not s The have s seem like they have it all.money, society class, and family, while the have not s seem to struggle for the things that money can buy, but they have lots of love But all is not what it seems,

  3. says:

    Third in the Lakeshore Chronicles, this story focuses on Nina Roman0, formerly her mother s helped when she worked as a cook at Camp Kioga, and Greg Bellamy, youngest of the four Bellamy trust fund kids Their history is something he doesn t hint he recalls, but Nina can t help remembering All thereason she is furious when he buys the Inn out from under her It had

  4. says:

    There was so much mess in this book I don t even know how to unpack it I finally DNFed it at page 120 because I could not deal with the rising and falling of my blood pressure This is book 3 in the Lakeshore Chronicles series I grabbed it at the library because I previously had read a book by Wiggs before The Apple Orchard that didn t work for me at every level, but I stil

  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Here s the thing with this book I liked it quite well right up until the climax It had interesting characters, unexpected twists, and a compelling plot But here s how the climax runs, when the hero and heroine finally get together slightly paraphrased He shows up at her house unexpectedly They talk abou

  6. says:

    OK, but not recommended.This is a book about relationships floating around and developing from three different unmarried teens getting pregnant I would categorize it as contemporary women s fiction, as opposed to a romance novel There were no sex scenes in this book The author describes a couple kissing and the next sentence was similar to they woke up at dawn in each others arms I don t re

  7. says:

    Single mom Nina Romano and newly divorced dad Greg Bellamy finally connect and fall in love after years of dancing around each other in this contemporary romance set in this Lakeshore Chronicles novel.Part family saga, part romancethis is an ongoing series of tales set in Avalon, which is as important as the characters themselves Although each are standalone stories, the various characters often sho

  8. says:

    I felt that this wasabout Greg Bellamy his daughter Daisy and son Max then about Nina and Greg or the Inn at Willow Lake Nina and Greg as a couple felt likeof a filler story As far as Daisy and Max go I think Max isof a brat then Daisy and I pretty much think that Greg Bellamy is a spoiled brat also I don t care how good looking he is or how much money he has Nina Romano should have ran the other way from hi

  9. says:

    Author Susan WiggsFirst published 2007Read in Susan Wiggs Lakeshore Chronicles Series Books 1 3Length 5987 kindle locationsSetting Contemporary Avalon, New York Sex With the blinds drawn.Hero Architect Landscape Gardner Now owner of inn.Heroine Former mayor now inn manager.Note Teenage pregnancy.An odd coupling the uncle of the Heroine in book 1 Olivia and her friend, Nina But Nina was a teenage single mum 15ish and

  10. says:

    This third book of the Lakeshore Chronicles tells a complete story and could stand alone I read the series out of order and not all of it and it is confusing that way.I didn t think the story was that interesting There is a good character study of Nina who has a child with no husband and learns to live a life without the love of a man Then she struggles to overcome the independence she has built up over 17 years or so while r

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