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Lakeshore Christmas (Lakeshore Chronicles, Bk 6)
Lakeshore Christmas - Lakeshore Chronicles, Bk 6
Author: Susan Wiggs
MAUREEN DAVENPORT LIVES FOR CHRISTMAS -- AND THERE'S NOTHING MORE MAGICAL THAN CHRISTMAS ON WILLOW LAKE — The prim librarian is finally getting her chance to direct Avalon's annual holiday pageant, and she's determined to make it truly spectacular.  But it might just require one of those Christmas miracles she's always read a...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780778326892
ISBN-10: 0778326896
Publication Date: 10/1/2009
Pages: 384
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 61 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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reviewed Lakeshore Christmas (Lakeshore Chronicles, Bk 6) on + 34 more book reviews
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I love the Lakeshore Chronicles series, but this story fell short. Wiggs made the main character, Maureen, so boring the romance between her and former child-star Eddie quite unbelievable. The pageant auditions, and whole "Angel of the Lord" take was mega-cheesy. And you can get away with cheesy for Christmas, but this was a little much.
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reviewed Lakeshore Christmas (Lakeshore Chronicles, Bk 6) on + 929 more book reviews
This was one of the better ones. I had just finished another Wiggs and swore I was done with her, but here at least the characters were sligthly different. Instead of lovers being separated by money, this was more of your typical beautiful girl hidden behind a boring librarian facade.

I ended up liking Eddie much more than Maureen. He was very patient and understanding. While Maureen was very high-handed and at the same time such a coward. To change your whole life and stop dating after one bad relationship/fling was kind of over the top. Also to invite Eddie's parents without knowing his background simply because she felt Christmas is for families, was just plain dumb. For all she knew, Eddie didn't want to spend time with his family because they molested him when he was young. (Not the case, but you know what I mean).

The characters weren't that deep and it's predictable but it was a cute, fun read. I would recommend reading some of the previous books so you were familiar with the whole Daisy / Logan / Julian storyline but it all gets rehashed if you ended up reading "Marrying Daisy Belamy."
reviewed Lakeshore Christmas (Lakeshore Chronicles, Bk 6) on + 74 more book reviews
I loved this book. Nothing like reading the last book in the series before you read the rest. Now I have to go back and read the other 5. I really enjoy Susan Wiggs writing. Her characters really draw you in to the story. You want to know more about them and how their lives continue and grow

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