Something to Treasure by Virginia McCullough: Having first read about Dawn and her son Gordon in an earlier title set in Two Moon Bay, I thoroughly enjoyed this opportunity to read Dawn’s story in Something to Treasure I also enjoyed getting “reacquainted” with Lark and Mile’s characters as they interacted […]
Bringing Rosie Home by Loree Lough: As stated in the blurb above, it is every parents’ worst nightmare to have a child abducted. This is something I do not wish on any parent.
His Baby Dilemma by Catherine Lanigan was not an easy book to “get into”, I must confess- simply because it is number nine in a series, of which I had not read any of the others. However, the author is a talented writer, and I wanted to give this book a […]
A Boy’s Christmas Wish by Patricia Johns is a truly touching and appropriate pre holiday read, with its’ themes of forgiveness and fresh starts, and the things we do for our family out of love. Beth returns to her west Canadian hometown on the verge of delivering her child, and […]
Support Your Local Sheriff by Melinda Curtis: The subject and the plot outline of this story should make for a good read. However, this is one of the rare times when I just could not get in to this story no matter how many efforts I made.
A Priceless Find by Kate James: It’s been a little while since I enjoyed such a fun, well written romantic mystery as “A Priceless Find”. The novel is set in a small New England town on the outskirts of Boston, and introduces readers to Chelsea, an assistant curator in a high […]
The Alaskan Catch by Beth Carpenter: The name of this novel, The Alaskan Catch, was what first caught my interest, as my honeymoon with my husband was to the beautiful state of Alaska 17 years ago. It is easily one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited, and […]
New Year’s Wedding is a definite story of “opposites attract”, in this case Cassidy, who is an international supermodel, and Grady, a police officer turned private detective in a small Oregon town- who prefers a simple laidback life. They meet in interesting circumstances- Cassidy has just been reunited with siblings […]
As an avid reader I always enjoy finding an author whose books I have not yet read, and Anna Stewart’s A Dad for Charlie was no exception. I now plan to read previous books in the Butterfly Harbor series!
Girl in the Spotlight by Virginia McCullough is quite a touching story, and in many ways, a story about time and loss and wisdom that bring people closer together. Miles and Lark had a brief relationship years before the story begins, which resulted in them giving a baby up for adoption […]