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The Inn at Rose Harbor (Rose Harbor Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

16 out of 20 people found this review helpful.

Debbies writing is easy and you can feel the emotion behind what

Debbies writing is easy and you can feel the emotion behind what she writes. The summary makes me want to get a copy of this book and follow through and find out what actually happens in this new widows life. Story is up to date, in the present time, and can be relate...
Debbies writing is easy and you can feel the emotion behind what she writes. The summary makes me want to get a copy of this book and follow through and find out what actually happens in this new widows life. Story is up to date, in the present time, and can be related to the events of today. Being a widow, and in my 60's, I can appreciate what women experience when that moment of aloneness descends upon them. First I grieved, but in six months time I knew life moves forward and I had to move forward with it. As in this story, my major change was to leave - everything. Packed my little doggie, Abby, a Bichon Frise, and headed to Florida, 1,055 miles away. The computer helped me at least know which area I wanted to move. Sometimes you need to change the 'first life' and take up a whole new challenge for a ' second life'. I haven't been sorry, but these past 6 years of my life could write a few good and unbelievable stories. It has been challenging, but no matter what situation I somehow found myself, I was aware of God putting me there. I moved for my happiness, but my happiness happened through the people I have met and helped along my journey. Debbies books are very comforting and some might say 'oh life isn't really like that', but it is if you believe and have faith. One must be open to life and what is happening all around us. I think Debbie is one of those women and that's why her books are always a great read. Thank you. Lynda Kacicz

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Predictable, Boring, Could Have Been Written by a High School Student

This is my first book by this author. I was expecting more -- a lot more -- than this very simple storytelling. Lots of good description, but amateur psychological analyses and no depth. And the conversations are unnatural and formal. No one talks like these character...
This is my first book by this author. I was expecting more -- a lot more -- than this very simple storytelling. Lots of good description, but amateur psychological analyses and no depth. And the conversations are unnatural and formal. No one talks like these characters. I feel like I wasted my money on this Nook book. Disappointing.

posted by 14594946 on September 17, 2012

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