[Epub] ↠ The Summer Hideaway (Lakeshore Chronicles, #7) Author Susan Wiggs – Pandorajewelry70off.us

The Summer Hideaway (Lakeshore Chronicles, #7) Never Get Attached Private Nurse And Protected Witness Claire Turner Lives By This Motto Fleeing A Treacherous Past, She Knows No Other Way Never Give Up In The Twilight Of His Life, George Bellamy Makes It His Final Wish To Reconcile With An Estranged Brother He And Claire Journey To Willow Lake Where It All Went Wrong For Him Fifty Years Ago Never Let Go George S Grandson Ross Is Ruled By A Fierce Devotion To Family And A Deep Mistrust Of The Mysterious Claire Yet Sparks Fly Whenever She S Near In The Face Of A Wrenching Loss, Amid The Enchantment Of Willow Lake, Ross And Claire Dare To Risk Everything For Love.

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[Epub] ↠ The Summer Hideaway (Lakeshore Chronicles, #7)  Author Susan Wiggs – Pandorajewelry70off.us
  • Paperback
  • 421 pages
  • The Summer Hideaway (Lakeshore Chronicles, #7)
  • Susan Wiggs
  • English
  • 24 October 2018
  • 077832799X

10 thoughts on “The Summer Hideaway (Lakeshore Chronicles, #7)

  1. says:

    I have never been happier about my OCD, than while i was reading this book I m glad i followed the pull and read the books in order, even if it s not necessary to follow this story, since every book stands on its own in the series Just the mention that the setting would be Willow Lake had me giddy with anticipation for this book.Out of all the other books, i think this was the best yet The underlying mystery was fascinating I kept trying to guess and although sometimes i was right, i was als I have never been happier about my OCD, than while i was reading this book I m glad i followed the pull and read the books in order, even if it s not necessary to follow this story, since every book stands on its own in the series Just the mention that the setting would be Willow Lake had me giddy with anticipation for this book.Out of all the other books, i think this was the best yet The un...

  2. says:

    Ms Wiggs has a way of getting under the skin of things In this book, she describes the end of a life, and brings an understanding and bittersweet look at what it is like to love and lose, to father a large family, to have one s life changed irrevocably at the age of 13 and again at 23, and to have regrets as well as gratifyingly deep connections with others The relationship between Claire and Ross is secondary but beautiful Both are somewhat needy but very strong characters, who gradually com Ms Wiggs has a way of getting under the skin of things In this book, she describes the end of a life, and brings an understanding and...

  3. says:

    I have to admit that I m disappointed after reading this one I have loved all the Lakeshore books, except the last two and they could almost be considered boring There wasn t the depth of characters that were in the other chronicles of the Bellemy clan The s...

  4. says:

    This one was very hard to read for me as part of the story line hit a little too close to home Anyone that has had a family member that realizes there comes a time when a choice needs to be made about life will understand, the whole quality versus quantity of life becomes an important one Do you keep fighting just to have a fewmiserable days or months, or do you accept your fate with dignity, look back at your life and do what you have always wanted, righted those wrongs, and just live i This one was very hard to read for me as part of the story line hit a little too close to home Anyone that has had a family member that realizes there comes a time when a choice needs to be made about life will understand, the whole quality versus quantity of life becomes an important one Do you keep fighting just to have a fewmiserable days or months, or do you accept your fate with dignity, look back at your life and do what you have always wanted, righted those wrongs, and just live in the moment.With a major part of the story line dealing with this you would think this book wo...

  5. says:

    ASTAGAAAA..jujur aku tidak pernah bc buku Susan Wiggs bahkan buku ini sdh lama diterjtemahin oleh GPU jelas2 aku tdk menyadari bahkan aku cukup menyesal tdk mengoleksi buku SW dan stlh selesai menutup buku, aku mendadak menyukai seluruh crt summer Hideaway, bahkan perlahan aku mulai berkenalan keluarga besar Bellamy dan seketi...

  6. says:

    I was really disappointed in this story It started out with a lot of promise I liked the initial characters and their problems Then it started to go downhill Especially once the reminiscing on the past started That made it choppy and it totally lost momentum By the end it feltlike George s story than Ross and Claire s The story mostly tells what is going on, rarely showing us For example, Ross and Claire continue to get closer and closer, but we see very little of their interaction I was really disappointed in this story It started out with a lot of promise I liked the initial characters and their problems Then it started to go downhill Especially once the reminiscing on the past started That made it choppy and it totally lost momentum...

  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This was one of the most disappointing books from Susan Wiggs First, I thought there was WAY to much going on the supposed romance between Ross and Claire, her witnessing a murder and going underground, the impending death of George, the flashbacks of George s life, the added military scenarios that seemed out of place and I could go on It seemed like this could have easily been 2 separate books that were crammed into one story I never bought Ross and Claire s attraction, their falling i This was one of the most disappointing books from Susan Wiggs First, I thought there was WAY to much going on the supposed romance between Ross and Claire, her witnessing a murder and going underground, the impending death of George, the flashbacks of George s life, the added military scenarios that seemed out of place and I could go on It s...

  8. says:

    Mais um livrinho fofinho, por m achei este romance do casal protagonista o mais sem sal que houve

  9. says:

    3.5 stars George Bellamy has a terminal disease and after waging a heroic battle against it at the Mayo Clinic, he has decided to spend the remainder of his days his way He hires a nurse, Claire Turner, to travel with him to the site of his childhood summers, there he plans to make amends with his past and his long lost brothers, reconnect with some family, and make a dent in his list of things to do before he dies Ross Bellamy is returning to his Grandfather George s side after two years spen 3.5 stars George Bellamy has a terminal disease and after waging a heroic battle against it at the Mayo Clinic, he has decided to spend the remainder of his days his way He hires a nurse, Claire Turner, to travel with him to the site of his childhood summers, there he plans to make amends with his past and his long lost brothers, reconnect with some family, and make a dent in his list of things to do before he dies Ross Bellamy is returning to his Grandfather George s side after two years spent in Afghanistan He isn t ready to say Good bye to the man who has been everything to him, but he wants to spend all the time he can with his Grandfather Claire Turner is also battling her own private war She has a past she has successfully hid and run from since they age of 17 She has made her life what it is today out of necessity George has an agenda for Ross and Claire, one that doesn t fit in the carefully planned world Claire lives in This is really a story containing four stories You have ...

  10. says:

    This opens with Ross Bellamy, a young helicopter pilot in the army just rounding up his tour of duty in Afghanistan He comes home to learn that his beloved grandfather George Bellamy, a retired journalist and the closest thing to a father he has ever known, is terminally ill with brain cancer.George has opted to stop all treatment, live his last few months doing whatever he wants with a bucket list of sorts and dying in his place of choice, Willow Lakes Camp Kioga, where he spent the happiest This opens with Ross Bellamy, a young helicopter pilot in the army just rounding up his tour of duty in Afghanistan He comes home to learn that his beloved grandfather George Bellamy, a retired journalist and the closest thing to a father he has ever known, is terminally ill with brain cancer.George has opted to stop all treatment, live his last few months doing whatever he wants with a bucket list of sorts and dying in his place of choice, Willow Lakes Camp Kioga,...

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