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Sunrise on Cedar Key

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2013

    Forget it

    I found the writing to be very akward, and what also disturbed me was how everything was so sunny and happy and right.

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  • Posted January 5, 2012

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    The power of knitting!

    Terri Dulong brings us back to the eclectic fishing village of Cedar Key, Florida with her third installment of her women’s fiction series whose heart-warming and humorous cast of characters is as close-knit as a cable sweater! An early morning call to Grace who is out of town gathering her Aunt Maude in her much anticipated relocation to Cedar Key sets off a chain reaction of life-altering events. The pages revolve around lessons learned in the importance of “family” whether related or not, (the fact that you cannot do anything about who you are actually related to, notwithstanding). Grace finds herself in an up close and personal interaction with her estranged older sister, which provides them both with the long overdue insight to events that eventually bond them together. Grace finds herself at last facing the source that initially sent her off in escape to Cedar Key. This not so chance meeting which she had avoided thus far, at last provides her with the closure needed to open her heart to another. Filled with women’s empowerment (and the love of knitting!), Sunrise on Cedar Key makes for some very enjoyable reading and leaves you with wondrous thoughts as to what the next installment will likely have in store for us.

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    Posted May 17, 2013

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