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Susan Wiggs
MIRA; Original edition (July 24, 2007)
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Dockside lakeshore chron. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33. You go after that kid now, Greg called to her, and you’ll end his chances at West Point before he even starts. She was young, but she was far from stupid. She stopped walking and turned to him, and he could see the understanding rise in her eyes. An incident like this-fraternizing with an underage girl-was more than enough to get a guy dismissed or worse. Reluctant acceptance softened her face for a moment.

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Author: Susan Wiggs First published: 2007 Read in: Susan Wiggs Lakeshore Chronicles Series Books 1-3 Length: 5987 kindle locations Setting: Contemporary. Sex: With the blinds drawn.

Dockside: Lakeshore Chronicles Book 3. Susan Wiggs Susan Wiggs's Lakeshore Chronicles series has captivated thousands of readers with its relatable characters, warm humor and engaging stories. Susan Wiggs. With her daughter grown and flown, Nina Romano is ready to embark on a new adventure. Susan Wiggs's Lakeshore Chronicles series has captivated thousands of readers with its relatable characters, warm humor and engaging stories. Now, with Return to Willow Lake, readers can enjoy a new chapter in the lives of the beloved characters of Willow Lake. Sonnet Romano's life is almost perfect. She has the ideal career, the ideal boyfriend, and has just been offered a prestigious fellowship.

Susan Wiggs (born May 17, 1958) is an American author of historical and contemporary romance novels. Wiggs began writing as a child, finishing her first novel, A Book About Some Bad Kids, when she was eight. She temporarily abandoned her dream of being a novelist after graduating from Harvard University, instead becoming a math teacher. She continued to read, especially reveling in romance novels.

Susan Wiggs is the author of many beloved bestsellers, including the popular Lakeshore Chronicles series. She has won many awards for her work, including a RITA from Romance Writers of America. Country of Publication.

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Lakeshore Chronicles by Susan Wiggs. Lakeshore Chronicles by Susan Wiggs. Olivia Bellamy has traded her trendy Manhattan life for a summer renovating her family's crumbling holiday resort. On the longest night of the year, Jenny Majesky loses everything in a devastating house fire. She's waited a long time for dating, travel and chasing dreams. Snowfall at Willow Lake.

With her daughter grown and flown, Nina Romano is readyto embark on a new adventure. She's waited a long time fordating, travel and chasing dreams. But just as she's beginningto 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'sdetermined to make a new start before it's too late. Jugglingwork, raising his young son and helping his nearly growndaughter face life's ultimate challenge, he has no time to fallin love. Still, with Nina Romano, love feels just right thistime around.
  • In the second book in this series, The Winter Lodge, one of the characters has a major event happen to her best friend. The scene takes place in the summer with the character and three friends in a car. The description of this event made me feel a certain way about one of the characters in the book. In Dockside, the best friend has a flashback to the same event, which now takes place in her kitchen. She is with her mother (none of the friends even know about it) and it takes place in the autumn! Whole relationships which were part of the second book were not acknowledged or were rewritten in this book. I feel the author doesn't respect her readers or her characters and I don't want spend any more time on this book or the rest of this series. For the first time in years, I won't be finishing a book I started. I love a good series and was enjoying this one. I have never seen this happen in a series before, and I have read a lot!

  • 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 the more reason she is furious when he buys the Inn out from under her. It had been her dream--forever! Now, with the flick of a banker's foreclosure document, he's the owner and wants her to manage it. Can she? Of course. Will she? That's one question she has difficulty answering.

    What follows is a relationship built on the swaying tenterhooks of past recollections, the complications of her single-mother status and his newly divorced angst and worry about his pregnant daughter (like Nina, too young) and son, Max, whose anger at the world seems to know no bounds.

    How they manage until the day of Olivia's wedding is something to behold, especially when that day ends with Greg becoming a grandfather and having to meet daughter Daisy's former boyfriend for the first time. Read it and weep and then laugh happy tears.

  • The author kept repeating the same views of the lead characters which seemed like she was trying to fulfill a certain number of required words for publication rather than filling out the story. I enjoyed the first 2 books and hoped to read the whole series but the repetition did not hold my interest.

  • Very good book, like always Susan has a book that doesn't disappoint you. It entertain you to where you want more. And Amazon is the place to order from.

  • Dockside was not my favorite of this series (thus far). I did however still enjoy reading it. As a whole, I find the Lakeshore Chronicles to be extremely predictable books. They are however, light easy reads.

    The Dockside centers around Nina, a single mother who had her child as a teenager. Nina's character is not one that I really cared about in the previous books, and after reading this book, my mind hasn't changed on that. Overall, I find her character to be boring, which made for a slightly boring read. Thank goodness for the other characters surrounding her story.

    It seems as the Lakeshore Chronicles continue the stories are centering around the less pertinent and interesting characters. I hope this concept doesn't continue through the rest of the chronicles. With that being said, this book wasn't all together horrible if you are looking for a light read and enjoyed reading the other books within this chronicle.

  • I have loved all of the Lakeshore Chronicles, and this one is no exception. I think Nina is my favorite character so far. If you're looking for small town contemporary romance, this will surely fit the bill.

  • I ordered one kindle copy of this book which I received. I also received 3 paper copies that I did not order (or didn't mean to order) You credited my account with one credit. I need a credit for all three copies which I will return.

  • Wiggs is one of my favorite authors. Loved this book too. Good character descriptions.