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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Highly recommend it

I couldn't put it down. It really keeps your interest! I loved it.

posted by 4373009 on February 1, 2012

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Review by ReflectionsOfABookaholic.com

After inheriting her grandmother's cottage, Chelsea decides to visit the cottage to honor her Gram's last wishes. Thirty-three year old Chelsea is still looking for love never finding the right man's man. Brandon has a secret guilt that he can't seem to let go. Grand...
After inheriting her grandmother's cottage, Chelsea decides to visit the cottage to honor her Gram's last wishes. Thirty-three year old Chelsea is still looking for love never finding the right man's man. Brandon has a secret guilt that he can't seem to let go. Grandmother Brooke has lived with a deep secret and questions all her life and her family has always questioned why she never returned to her beloved cottage. There she finds family secrets and a handsome doctor, Brandon, who has his own mysterious pass. This laid-back read switches from Chelsea's contemporary story to Brooke's (Gram) love story which took place during WWII.

While the secrets aren't stunning or surprising, they are revealed in a way that maintains interest throughout the book. This book reminds me a bit of the The Violets of March by Sarah Jio but the feel of the book and the writing style is different. While I liked the book and the characters, I didn't love them. I thought the relationship between Chelsea and Brandon was rushed and not as believable while I loved the relationship of Bill, Brooke, and Greg. I enjoyed the moments in the past more than the present. However, I think I liked the unwinding of the story most of all.

posted by BookReflections on March 19, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2012

    I thought the book was just OK. The plot to me was very predict

    I thought the book was just OK. The plot to me was very predictable. I was also surprised that the author did not catch a mistake he wrote about the dogs Dolly and Jeeves being at the wedding and then when Chelsea's mother Lucy visits her at the cottage, Lucy has no idea who Jeeves is and she was at the wedding!! Can't believe no one caught this mistake. The relationship of Chelsea and Brandon was very rushed, but the reader was not rushed with the relationship of Brooke and Greg. Light read - very predictable.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 19, 2012

    Review by ReflectionsOfABookaholic.com

    After inheriting her grandmother's cottage, Chelsea decides to visit the cottage to honor her Gram's last wishes. Thirty-three year old Chelsea is still looking for love never finding the right man's man. Brandon has a secret guilt that he can't seem to let go. Grandmother Brooke has lived with a deep secret and questions all her life and her family has always questioned why she never returned to her beloved cottage. There she finds family secrets and a handsome doctor, Brandon, who has his own mysterious pass. This laid-back read switches from Chelsea's contemporary story to Brooke's (Gram) love story which took place during WWII.

    While the secrets aren't stunning or surprising, they are revealed in a way that maintains interest throughout the book. This book reminds me a bit of the The Violets of March by Sarah Jio but the feel of the book and the writing style is different. While I liked the book and the characters, I didn't love them. I thought the relationship between Chelsea and Brandon was rushed and not as believable while I loved the relationship of Bill, Brooke, and Greg. I enjoyed the moments in the past more than the present. However, I think I liked the unwinding of the story most of all.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2012

    Enjoyable read. Interesting characters and I enjoyed the interpl

    Enjoyable read. Interesting characters and I enjoyed the interplay
    between the generations. There were some continuity issues in the book
    and a few more typos than I like to see, but I would definitely read
    other books by this author.

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    Posted March 11, 2012

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