Harbor Lights (Chesapeake Shores Series #3)

Harbor Lights (Chesapeake Shores Series #3)

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Harbor Lights (Chesapeake Shores Series #3) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 102 reviews.
Lady1 More than 1 year ago
I am reading Harbor Lights as a write this. This is the 3rd in the series and is a relaxing, good read. The O'Brien family is always interesting. They have a wonderful way of working together to help each other in their daily lives. Woods writing flows with the story. Enjoy!!
vetlass More than 1 year ago
Excellent read for the romantic and anyone with a meddling a family or not. I got so absorbed I ended up reading this novel within twelve hours (and no I am not a speed reader) taking only time out for dinner, bathroom breaks and five hours of sleep. Ended up completing this novel over morning coffee and toast as didn't want totake time for a more extended breakfast. My only regret is I did not start with the first of the series but have no problem going back to the first to catch up. Please take the time to read this novel and enjoy it in which it is meant to be enjoyed; with an open mind and an open heart.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read The Inn At Eagle Point (Chesapeake Shores Series #1). I enjoyed that so much, I have read 2, 3, 4, and 5. I'm am now reading Moonlight Cove #6. It is enjoyable keeping up with the O'brien family and friends. Read and enjoy!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sherryl Woods will grab your attention in this novel like she is able to do with the others. You will not be disappointed in Harbor Lights. Read On!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Again, another great book in the series. Life, at times, seems so complicated for the O'Briens,yet, with all the twist and turns they always manage to find happiness for themselves. I
literarymuseVC More than 1 year ago
Kevin O'Brien has returned to the beloved O'Brien clan with his son Davy, devastated from his wife's death while serving in the Army in Iraq. He just wants to be left alone to freely and fully grieve. His family honors his needs for a while, but then they realize he has a son who needs him. In other words, he needs to slowly join the living in spite of and through his grief. A large, daunting task to be sure! But the O'Brien clan is up to the task as well. At the same time young Shanna Carlyle has arrived in Chesapeake Bay and is about to open her dream store, a place where the locals and tourists can buy books, games, small toys and puzzles, as well as have a place to have a cup of coffee while they relax and browse through the merchandise. She's got an accounting background to put to good use here but she's also hoping to escape a searingly painful past that she views as damaged. The day comes when Kevin is finally talked into visiting his sister who owns the store next to Shanna. Finding her shop closed, he stops by and thus begins one of the most cautious, intriguing and endearing romances a reader could imagine. Both are initially ultra-gun shy about calling their relationship anything more than a casual friendship, but to other eyes the sparks are flying whenever they are together. You'll meet some other fascinating characters, all of whom are desperately trying to matchmake this burgeoning relationship but who have issues of their own that frequently cause conflict between Kevin and Shanna. Is there hope for the couple? What is it that each character needs to face and admit before they can even dream of more than the frightened and grief-filled moments they suffer? Be warned; this sounds complex and heavy but it's definitely not so. Sherryl Woods has a knack of putting just enough tension into a story and then relieving it graciously and beautifully with a scene where the bonds between all of these characters begins to heal and strengthens. The fictional tale also turns to a realistic, very important environmental issue as well, done lightly but with significant focus! Harbor Lights is a glorious, enchanting, light-hearted, intriguing and precious story written by an author who just keeps improving with time! Wonderful story to be cherished by readers in any time of the year! Reviewed by Viviane Crystal on July 14, 2009
soldiermom More than 1 year ago
After having read the first 2 books in this series, I thought I had things figured out for the O'Neills. Not so much. I love how Sherryl writes in a way that makes me feel like one of her characters. I like to be able to relate to situations proposed by authors. In this series, Sherrly allowed me to become part of the family by her continuation of a story about the family and it's coming together. As with many, family situations rarely are a snapshot of perfection. This pens true for this family, except for how the differences become a means of support for each person. I was totally enamored with each book in the series and this last one proved to be a fabulous finale.
MaggieDriver More than 1 year ago
The perfect book, romatic and human kind. The family O'Brien were full of love and protection each other. They care for each other and even people in the Chesapeake Shores town
BeckiBee More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book as part of the series. Unfortunately I read #1-3-2 so I was a little out of sinc but I couldn't really tell. I really enjoyed the book as I did the other two. Are there going to be other boks since this family seems a little "undone"?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the 3rd in the series that I read. The meddling family was a bit too much. I wanted to slap Kevin's sisters!
Anonymous 6 months ago
Enjoyed the book very much. Reads quickly and not so much on again, off again in the romance department like “Flowers on Main Street” did.
Anonymous 12 months ago
Wonderful story.
judiOH More than 1 year ago
thoroughly enjoyed this story!! this is the first one i've read of the chesapeake series and i will be looking for the rest.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love her books.
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nrc More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed reading
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You become a part of the family reading this Series. You feel their pain, their joy...you cannot put these books down.
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