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Lakeshore Christmas (Lakeshore Chronicles Series #6)

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Another Great Christmas Story

This is another great book by Susan Wiggs. I got from this story a theme of looking beyond the stereotypical. Both main characters are really something different beneath their outer appearance or what everyone thinks they are. I enjoyed their banter and felt their conne...
This is another great book by Susan Wiggs. I got from this story a theme of looking beyond the stereotypical. Both main characters are really something different beneath their outer appearance or what everyone thinks they are. I enjoyed their banter and felt their connection. I always enjoy the angel who comes to save things theme and feel it worked well here. Overall, it left me with a warm happy feeling.
There was a minor story that was touched upon here but really did not have much relevance in this story, I am assuming it will play out in another book.

posted by songbirdsue on December 19, 2011

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Worst Book in the Lakeshore Chronicles Series

I enjoy contemporary romances by Susan Wiggs, and particularly love her Lakeshore Chronicles series, but this book is lacking in almost everything that makes her books an enjoyable read. Usually, her stories are rich and full and interesting, with several main characte...
I enjoy contemporary romances by Susan Wiggs, and particularly love her Lakeshore Chronicles series, but this book is lacking in almost everything that makes her books an enjoyable read. Usually, her stories are rich and full and interesting, with several main characters and plots. This book, however, focuses almost exclusively on one character, the prim librarian, and she is dull and completely lacking in self-worth. Not interesting to read about.

posted by 2231456 on June 25, 2010

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  • Posted September 8, 2009

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    a sweet holiday romance

    Prim and proper Willow Lake, New York librarian Maureen "Mo" Davenport relishes that she will lead the annual Avalon holiday pageant for the first time in her life; having been in a support role. She wants this year's gala to be one everyone will remember for years to come.

    Her co-director is former child star Eddie Haven, who loathes Christmas. He had no choice but to agree to be a host because of a judge's order. Eddie and Mo battle over the celebration. Shockingly they begin to work together even as they fall in love. However, both fear taking a chance on a commitment having been burned before. It will take a Christmas miracle just like his claim to fame movie he starred in as a child.

    The latest Lakeshore Chronicles (see SUMMER AT WILLOW LAKE, DOCKSIDE and FIRESIDE) is a sweet holiday romance kept from being to angelically sugary by the skeptic who scorned Christmas, Eddie. He brings a special flavor with his "shut up and sing the blues" attitude although he has met his match in Mo. Fans of the series will enjoy the spending the Yuletide season with the Willow Lake crowd complemented by cynical disbeliever Eddie and a kind but strange individual Jabaz.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2013

    Hardhead

    Just goes to show that even all the hardheads and the hurts will fall in love. Don't understand what I'm talking about read it and you will know.

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  • Posted October 22, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    Great book read well.:)

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  • Posted December 26, 2010

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    Warms the heart!

    I haven't finished reading this as of yet, but its such a cute story. I can't say that its one of those "I can't put it down" books but its definitely worth the read. Very heart warming christmas story!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2009

    A MUST Read

    All of the Lakeshore series by Susan Wiggs are wonderful - -and this was just the perfect book - and a wonderful Christmas story of love and laughter and intrigue! Loved it!!!

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