Lakeside Cottage

Lakeside Cottage

Large Print - 2005
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Each summer, Kate Livingston returns to the tranquility of her family's lakeside cottage. But her dreams of a quiet life are derailed by dreams of quite another kind--dreams that begin and end with her intriguing new neighbor, JD Harris. JD has good reason to be secretive. In a moment of sheer bravery, the Washington D.C. paramedic prevented a terrible tragedy, and became a national hero. Overnight, the intensely private man became the object of media frenzy. Escaping to the remote Northwest, he's found something he thought he'd never find again--the joy of small pleasures that Kate and her young son have rekindled. But can this blissful anonymity last?
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Publishing, 2005.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9781585476695
1585476692
Characteristics: 432 p. ;,22 cm.

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JustMaritza Jan 30, 2012

I was not happy with this story. It was not romantic as I expexted as much of the story seems to be more on the girl that came to live with the protangonist. I didn't buy how the hospital would permit a homeless/runaway girl to go back with Kate. In other words, I didn't buy that child welfare was taking their time to get Callie. Just little deteail that were off.

acquakitty Sep 27, 2011

I was once again disappointed by Susan Wiggs, I hoped after she got the mess of Marrying Daisy Bellamy out of the way she would be able to write a decent novel about her established world in Willow Lake. I was disappointed in that this book was not related to any of the previous Lake books and is set in the Pacific Northwest rather than Upstate New York and no Bellamys are involved.

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missm14
Jan 05, 2011

This is a really lame story - dont' bother!

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