"Susan Wiggs paints the details of human relationships with the finesse of a master."
"Wiggs's storytelling is heartwarming... clutter free... [for] romance and women's fiction readers of any age."
"Wiggs's talent is reflected in her thoroughly believable characters as well as the way she recognizes the importance of family by blood or other ties."
"Susan Wiggs writes with bright assurance, humor and compassion."
"Rich with life lessons, nod-along moments and characters with whom readers can easily relate.... Delightful and wise, Wiggs's latest shines."
Publishers Weekly on Dockside
"A wonderfully written, beautiful love story with a few sharp edges and a bunch of marvelously imperfect characters...sure to leave an indelible impression on even the most jaded reader."
RT Book Reviews [Top Pick] on Dockside
"Wonderfully evoked characters, a spellbinding story line, and insights into the human condition will appeal to every reader."
Booklist on Summer at Willow Lake
"An emotionally gripping tale centered on family. Wiggs is in top form."
-Booklist on The Summer Hideaway
"With the ease of a master, Wiggs introduces complicated, flesh-and-blood characters...a refreshingly honest romance."
Publishers Weekly on The Winter Lodge [starred review]
Booklist on The Winter Lodge
Wiggs returns to the town of Avalon, N.Y., and the shores of picturesque Willow Lake with the fourth installment of her popular Lakeshore Chronicles (after The Winter Lodge). Nina Romano, single mom and ex-mayor of Avalon, is just a bank loan away from realizing her lifelong dream: restoring the Inn at Willow Lake, a historic lodge once owned by the wealthy Bellamy family, and turning it into an elegant retreat. Then she finds that Greg Bellamy has beat her to the punch. Greg and Nina have been sparring since the night Greg decked the West Point cadet who had gotten her pregnant at age 15. Now, nearly 20 years later, Greg is the divorced dad of his own pregnant teen. Predictably, Greg is clueless when it comes to running a hotel, and the only person in town qualified to act as general manager-Nina-refuses to take the position. Wiggs's uncomplicated stories are rich with life lessons, nod-along moments and characters with whom readers can easily relate. Delightful and wise, Wiggs's latest shines. (Aug.)Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information