Book Reviews of Cameo Lake

Cameo Lake
Cameo Lake
Author: Susan Wilson
ISBN-13: 9780743412766
ISBN-10: 0743412761
Publication Date: 7/1/2001
Pages: 288
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Atria
Book Type: Hardcover
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Great read!
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This is a wonderful story! Great characters. You really get involved in their story!! LOVED it!
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I had read the reviews about this book before I requested it. They were all good, but I tried two different times to read this and it just didn't hold my interest.
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Excellent read, the plot is very well played out, and the character development is also strong. Hard to put down!
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This book is a great read! The plot is attention grabbing and the characters are easy to relate to. A real keeper!
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A loving wife and doting mother, Cleo Grayson McCarthy has always put others first. Now, desperate to finish her novel, she convinces her husband that she needs to spend the summer at a borrowed cottage on Cameo Lake - alone. But as she immerses herself in writing, Cleo can't help but be aware of the composer who lives across the lake. At night she hears music drifting from his house and senses he's a kindred spirit.

A loner, Ben Turner is regarded suspiciously by the tight-knit lake community. But he and Cleo become fast friends, and when a painful betrayal leaves Cleo adrift, she finds unexpected comfort in Ben. Before she can determine if she should fight for her crumbling marriage, Cleo must look into her heart. And Ben, whose past still lies in shadows, must look into his.
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A loving wife and doting mother, Cleo Grayson McCarthy has always put others first. Noew, desperate to finish her novel, she convinces her husband that she needs to spend the summer at a borrowed cottage on Cameo Lake -- alone. But as she immerses herself in writing, Cleo can't help but be aware of the composer who lives across the lake. At night she hears music drifting from his house and senses he's a kindred spirit.

A loner, Ben Turner is regarded suspiciously by the tight-knit lake community. But he and Cleo become fast friends and when a painful betrayal leaves Cleo adrift, she finds unexpected comfort in Ben. Before she can determine if she should fight for her crumbling marriage, Cleo must look into her heart. And Ben, whose past still lives in shadows, must look into his.