Dockside (Lakeshore Chronicles Series #3)

Dockside (Lakeshore Chronicles Series #3)

by Susan Wiggs
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Dockside (Lakeshore Chronicles Series #3) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 71 reviews.
gina-bookjunkie More than 1 year ago
This being my 3rd installment of the Lakeshore Chronicles, I find myself wondering why I continued reading! I cannot like Nina. She came across as someone who believes she is more entitled because she's "suffered." Her totally immature response to someone else's purchase of her dream was just juvenile and petty. She came up with more reasons to not move forward with her life even though she claimed that's what she wanted. I see Nina as someone who spends her life selfishly analyzing others' motives when her own reasoning seems questionable. And Daisy! Did she take a page from Nina's self-help book? Personally, I hope to never hear of Daisy and Nina again. And the only reason I'm reading the next book is because I've already bought it. Hope it's better.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Former mayor of Avalon, New York, single mom Nina Romano realizes her dream is close to being fulfilled. She needs to obtain a bank loan to restore and convert the historical Inn at Willow Lake into an upscale retreat. --- However, to her chagrin, she learns her long time rival Greg Bellamy has decided to do just that to his family owned historical Inn he begins the restoration. Divorced, Greg, the father of two including a pregnant teen, wants to hire Nina to manage the facility, but she refuses. As they continue an argument that they started twenty years ago when they were teens, the two continue to ignore the attraction they always felt, but feared pursuing. However, this time around they have teenage children and the inn to contend with besides their not so secret anymore feelings of love. --- Returning to the Lakeshore Chronicles (see SUMMER AT WILLOW LAKE and THE WINTER LODGE), Susan Wiggs writes an entertaining contemporary romance. The lead combatants battle their inner attraction that they hide from the other out of fear of ridicule and they assume from their offspring. The story line focuses on their second chance at a permanent relationship if either would take that gigantic fearful first step. --- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I don't review books to often as I assume myy preferences are just that, however Dockside I feel warrants one. My main bone of contention is i find Nina to be a very unsympathetic heroine. Greg on the other hand is a tremendously likable guy. its not a terrible book but the characters seemed forced to me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This whole series is wonderful. Written beautifully and the characters are believable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loce all the Lakeside series, but thi is by far the best one. I've read it at leadt 5 times. The sizzling chemistry between the main characters is perfection. Greg is clueless and Nina shines. Do read this one.
muffin1 More than 1 year ago
Another great story about Avalon, N.Y. It is also about the Bellamy family and their loves and losses and how they cope with life. Highly recommend reading this story along with all the Lakeshore Chronicles.
middleschoolteacherJZ More than 1 year ago
love the series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the story bringing characters from the original book #1 in this series to life. Lots of details that were previosly hinted, to life....., Nina, her early pregancy, and the daughter who is now graduated from high school. A very interesting read.
PureJonel More than 1 year ago
This was another brilliant instalment in the Lakeshore Chronicles.  The author draws you back into this quaint lakeside town and immerses you in the lives of the characters with her well-polished writing and breathtaking descriptions.  I love how Wiggs isn’t afraid to bring topics such as teenage pregnancy to the forefront of her story.  The characters are also individuals that you can’t help but fall in love with, at least by the end.  There were one or two who annoyed me at times until they were able to overcome the hurdles in their paths.  But as a whole this was a novel about entire families & how they come together.  I quite enjoyed it and can’t wait to read more in this series.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book can show you how the best laid plans can go awry, yet love and the people around can make the new plans even better.
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mosesmom More than 1 year ago
I am so glad that I found Susan Wiggs. She writes a real page-turner.
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