Book Reviews of Daughters of the Sea (Harlequin Next, No 13)

Daughters of the Sea (Harlequin Next, No 13)
Daughters of the Sea - Harlequin Next, No 13
Author: Ellyn Bache
ISBN-13: 9780373880638
ISBN-10: 0373880634
Publication Date: 10/1/2005
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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This was not exactly the novel I thought it would be. The overall theme was far more complex and darker than I expected. I still can't decide whether I liked it or not. There were many occurences that seemed to have no purpose as they didn't enhance the book at all.
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Certainly not chick lit or light reading . . . and more intense than "Riggs Park". A good story of growth, commitment and reflection from a number of intertwined characters. It's one I will remember and glad I finished it -- I had my doubts early on!
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When Veronica married Guy, she didn't know it would mean more than twenty years of constant change, a new home every year in a different coastal town. Finally, she'd had enough, and fled with her teenage daughter to Whisper Mountain, to the home of her oldest friend. What she found there was a new life, a shifting from sea tides to hidden mountain springs, which renewed her, but also tested the courage of all three women.
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When Veronica married Guy, she didn't know it would mean more than twenty years of constant change, a new home every year in a different coastal town. Finally, she'd had enough and fled with her teenage daughter to Whisper Mountain, home of her oldest friend. What she found there was a new life, a shifting from sea tides to hidden mountain springs, which renewed her but also tested the courage of all three women.