Courting Susannah

Courting Susannah

by Linda Lael Miller
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Courting Susannah 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am an avid, decicated Linda Lael Miller fan - so imagine my disappointment when I read the latest from LLM. Courting Susannah is without a doubt the worst book that LLM has ever put out. I actually put the book down after turning the final page and said 'she didn't write this' - there is no way the same person wrote Lily and the Major, Daniel's Bride, Knights, Pirates, Banner O'Brien, and Fletcher's Woman and THIS book - Courting Susannah. I was appalled to say the least that LLM's name is on this book. Please tell me there was a publishing error and they put the wrong name on the cover!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Iwas very let down by this book. Her books are usually interesting, but this one was a bore from start to finish. Very predictable with shallow, dull characters.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this was an amazing book i loved it by far one of my favorites from her!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1906, with no ties in Nantucket, Susannah McKittrick easily dropped everything to head to Seattle when the letter arrived informing her that her friend Julia died. Susannah and Julia grew up together at the St. Mary¿s Orphanage where they became blood sisters. Susannah vowed to watch over Julia¿s new born if something ever happened to her best friend. Julia died from a fever just after childbirth.

Four months later, Susannah enters the home of Julia¿s husband, wealthy businessman Aubrey Fairgrieve. She expects to hate the man that her blood sister grew to loathe. Instead Susannah finds she is attracted to him. Surprisingly Aubrey allows her to stay to care for his daughter. Quickly Susannah brings order out of chaos while she falls in love with her charge and her host. However, Aubrey knew a different Julia than Susannah¿s childhood friend and expects his guest to show her true colors if he allows a relationship to form.

COURTING SUSANNAH makes the first decade of the twentieth century in Seattle alive and fresh and not locating it in San Francisco during the major earthquake. The story line is enjoyable although one must wonder why the suspicious, once burned Aubrey allowed his deceased wife¿s best friend to stay. Susannah is a warm, strong person and the support cast acts as a catalyst between her and Aubrey. Flashbacks to Julia paint a picture of a spoiled pants chaser, which Susannah should have understood from knowing her blood sister. Still, Linda Lael Miller provides her audience with a wonderful look at an Americana romance.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Linda Lael Miller writes so smooth -- this book is easy and quick to read. In spots it makes you laugh out loud and it makes you cry in others. LLM is an excellent author and I'd recommend any of her books.