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Snowfall at Willow Lake (Lakeshore Chronicles Series #4)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Loved it!!!

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posted by msantiago255 on July 17, 2012

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

So-So addition to the Lakeshore Chronicles

Come on Susan Wiggs, you can do better than this! The whole Sophie/Noah romance was a joke, right? There wasn't really chemistry between the characters to base the story on this couple. You'd have had a better chemistry between Sophie and Phillip! Sophie is too stiff, y...
Come on Susan Wiggs, you can do better than this! The whole Sophie/Noah romance was a joke, right? There wasn't really chemistry between the characters to base the story on this couple. You'd have had a better chemistry between Sophie and Phillip! Sophie is too stiff, you can't seem to warm up to her. Noah's warmth just didn't blend well. He's social and personable, she just doesn't come across as anything other than a dry cloth. Noah's personality seems to dictate someone in less control and in more compassion and need. Sophie doesn't seem to need compassion or anything other than her talking herself in and out of things. She's a lot like Nina in that perspective. And, if I haven't like Nina in previous books, now I can say I can't stand her sister, either. However, if you were going to paint the canvas with Maria's pettiness, you should have created more tension and drama to overcome with it. Maybe that would have given insight into some real Sophie vulnerabilities and real Sophie fight. What happened to Greg? He seems mousy now that he's "happy." On a good note, it's nice to see Daisy beginning to accept that Logan is there to stay. Her initial selfishness toward Logan was just an insult to all of those single moms out there who would like to see absent fathers take on a more involved role.

posted by gina-bookjunkie on March 5, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2012

    Loved it!!!

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    Past Tragedy, Future Romance

    Good Book! Out of Tragedy, Comes Love and Trust!

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    Posted March 31, 2012

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    *suddenly leaps out of the hole under the tree and lands in front of Bravestar, claws unsheathed and fur bristling* Nothing, absolutely nothing! Can't I do what I want?! *suddenly calms down; he sheathes his claws and his fur lies flat* Sorry...I'm sorry...I just wanted some peace... *he closes his eyes for a long time, then opens them and pads back to camp*

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  • Posted February 2, 2009

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    WELCOME HOME TO AVALON

    Fans of the popular Lakeshore Chronicles by Susan Wiggs will be delighted with this addition to the series - especially pleased when it is read by the always splendid Joyce Bean. A high powered international lawyer, Sophie Bellamy, would seem to have it all. She's seen her share of misery as much of her career has been assisting those in countries ravaged by war. Thus, it comes has no surprise that when she's visiting one of these areas she finds herself in the middle of a terrorist attack. This experience affects her in a number of ways - causing her to reassess her life, her values, and goals. Suddenly Sophie not only feels compelled but wants to return to Avalon, a small town in the Catskills. She wants to be reunited with her family, her two children, Max and Daisy, and hopefully make up for lost years, time not spent with them. As a divorced recently career obsessed woman she doesn't seem to be a very good candidate for romance, but this is a Susan Wiggs story! Upon arriving in snowy Avalon she finds not only a heavy blizzard but a skid that takes her into a ditch. As luck and the author would have it Sophie is rescued by Noah, the handsome local veterinarian. Despite freezing temperatures sparks immediately fly and she falls in love. But wait, there's more to come. As she often does this author tosses in a few surprises leaving listeners to wonder for a while whether or not love can really conquer all. - Gail Cooke

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