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Reader Review: So this is the 3rd book in the Lakshore Chronicles. I wasn't sure if I would like this one at first... But as I got into it I started liking it more and more! We learn more about Daisy and what she is going through with her teen pregnancy. A nice relaxing love story, a little comedy, and a little action... Overall a good read... and I didn't want to miss any details in the chronicles!!!
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 own.
Greg 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.
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|Title of Harlequin Romance eBook: Dockside||Series: The Lakeshore Chronicles, , #5|
|Release Date: 06-15-2012|
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|Publisher: MIRA||Store Sales Rank: 7231|
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After Shane Gilmore kissed her, Nina Romano kept her eyes shut. All right, she thought, so he wasnâ€™t the worldâ€™s best kisser. Not every man was born a great kisser. Some had to be trained. Surely, Shane Gilmore was trainable.
She opened her eyes and smiled up at him. He certainly looked like a good kisser, with nicely sculpted lips and a strong jaw, broad shoulders and thick black hair. Maybe he was just having an off day.
â€œIâ€™ve been waiting a long time to do that,â€ he said. â€œYour term in office couldnâ€™t end soon enough for me.â€
He didnâ€™t mean it as a dig. Did he? The fact that her term as mayor of Avalon, New York, had concluded in scandal still stung; maybe she was just being paranoid. She decided to laugh it off. â€œAll right, now you sound like one of my po- litical enemies.â€
â€œMy reasons are romantic,â€ he insisted. â€œI was waiting for the right time. It wouldnâ€™t have looked right for us to be together when you were mayor, not with me being president of the only bank in town.â€
You look like such a hunk, she thought. Donâ€™t act like a dork. And yes, she was being paranoid about the scandal, which was odd, because given her background, Nina was no stranger to scandal. As a young single mother, sheâ€™d held her head up and gone to work for th...
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2 of 3 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Boring young adult/womenâs fiction â not roman
April 26, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Canberra, AU
I knew in advance I was going to have some issues with this book, as it prominently features the insipid Daisy, and because I was ambivalent towards the supposed heroine, Nina. Be warned: this is not a romance book; itâs a womenâs fiction story with a very heavy focus on teenagers. There is no romance, but thereâs plenty of discussion about pregnancy, relationships between children and parents, and speculation about lifestyle choices and ways to raise children. Iâm no fan of womenâs fiction, so I certainly wasnât a fan of this third book in the series.
This is the third of four books in a row in this series that cover the grand, melodramatic suffering of Gregâs children Daisy and Max after his divorce. Four whole books about a drug-taking, pregnant schoolgirl and an angry, violent boy. The implication divorce is so horrible the kids are justified in their actions is downright wrong.
The book preceding this one was such a good read. There was mystery, romance, heartbreak, and a story that kept you turning the pages. This one was a waste of my precious reading time. The plot wasnât really there. The only interesting things that happened were in the flashbacks, and as we already knew the outcomes of those situations it wasnât interesting enough to make up for the lack of plot in the present day.
I honestly believe a person could skip this one and move on to book four in the series. These characters are forgettable, and as so little actually happens in this story youâre not going to be missing much.
Good not my favorite... but still very good
November 12, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Friedens, PA US
So this is the 3rd book in the Lakshore Chronicles. I wasn't sure if I would like this one at first... But as I got into it I started liking it more and more! We learn more about Daisy and what she is going through with her teen pregnancy. A nice relaxing love story, a little comedy, and a little action... Overall a good read... and I didn't want to miss any details in the chronicles!!!
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