This series is not one to miss. Like most of Macombers other books, she pulls you into her world and you are able to relate to the people in her stories. I like this series because there is a bit of myster to each story along with love, loss and everyday events.
This is the second book in the cove series and while the story contuines with the same people from the first story the 16 lighthouse in this installment we are introduced to a few more of cedar coves residents. Again this offers all of real life drama and events and the more I read the more I feel I know the people of cedar cove!
Not as fast of read as the first two but to me just as good, the plot thickens and eveyone seems to be connceted to eachother in some way, I love the small time life and feel of this book, it's another great read!
So far this has been my fav in the series. We still keep in contact with everyone from the first 3 books and again we are still learning more about various residents of Cedar Cove. I look foward to the next in the series.
I am a fan of Patti and have read almost everything of hers. This book strated out decent but quickly bogged down. For me there was too much time spent on the wife's life and her "poor me" thinking and not enough time on teh secret. Through the whole story there is this build up of why there was a woman on the plane with Know and who was she then towards the end it seems like the secret comes out in a rush because the author was running out of time. All in all this was an okay book but not a page turner.
I have never read anything by this author before and I am not sure I will after reading this book. The writing format was unlike any other I have read before and the story line was so-so. There was parts of the story in my opinion that didn't need to be in the book they just took up space. I wasn't impressed with this book at all.
This book is wrote in three voices, that of Libby in present day, Ben and Patty on the day of the murders. To say that Libby is messed up for surving the murders of her family is an understatment, this girl/woman is a mental case. There were times her thought process would make me laugh then other times it would leave me scratching my head. Over all the story is ok, I wouldn't blaze a trail to stand in line to read this book and honestly I wouldn't spend money to buy it, wait and get it from a friend or the library. While the story set up seems to pull a person in the, the family slaughtered by the son but the one daughter get's away, is intriguing the author seems to ramble on at times making me want to put the book down and walk away. The author also has a bunch of side charcters too many in my opnion that she introduces to the story tells a little about them then forgets them. I am still wondering what happened to the members of the "Kill Club". This book offers a few twists and turns enough to make you read to the end but then once you get to the end it's like a scramble to finsh the book and tie up loose ends. I wasn't overly thrilled with the ending (Patty pissed me off) but atleast I finally got the whole story of what happened the night of the murders.
OMG this ws a huge dissapointment. I thought from the back cover description this would be a good read, wrong! This first half of the book kept me going the story was building up nicely, then BAMM the story takes a left turn and the ending is wildly unbelieveable! I wouldn't waste your money.
I must admit I liked her first book better. For me this book started off slow and there were parts I didn't think needed to be in the book it just made it that much more longer. The story bounces between three diffferent time periods. Over all the story was intersting but kinda long and there were some spots that seemed to drag on.
I found this book lacking and very boring. The book is slow to start and the witch trials aren't mentioned until the middle of the book. Towards the end of the book I simply skimmed the pages to get the just of the story and even that was boring. I am sorely disappointed in this book. All I can say is thankfully I recieved the book through this website and I didn't have to pay for it.
This is my first book by Karen White, I found it amusing and intersting to read. While the main charcter Melanie was a bit much with her "I hate everthing" attitude and Jack just needs to suck it up and kiss her already I had to read til the end to solve the ghost story. What I liked most about the book was it's hint of ghost and paranormal without going over board or letting it run the story. I'm not sure if I will read the other book tied to this one or not or any of her books at all; while I enjoyed this story for the most part I found it lacking in depth.
Excellent read, it took my two days to finish this book. It is a great thriller with all the twist's and turns you want in a book. It kept me guessing to the very end. The plot line is very real and I kept getting drawn into the crime life of Chicago, the character's are wrote with a complex aire about them, you see both the past and the present in each person. The book its self is very well written with a flow that keeps you going and going to the end!
I am a Miller fan hence the reason I read this book but I was suprised with the other authors. I have her of Fern Micheals but never read anything by her, this story was funny and light hearted. Each story was funny actually. I did feel like they rushed a bit because these were short stories but overall I liked them.
I enjoyed these three stories, each has a bit of suspense and romance. I liked that they were all in the same book together because they deal with a family of brothers. There wasa great balance of mystery, love, serious parts and funny parts; I actually laughed out loud during parts of each story. If you have read other stories from Sala then I highly suggest this one too!
I finished this book last night and I am still having trouble putting into words what I think of it. There are parts of the book I like and it seems to want to take off to be a good book, then there are other parts it drags so much I was beginning to give up. I stuck it out though and all I can say is this, I am not sure what the hype is about this book, to me you could take all the good parts that really mean something to the story and have about 70 pages the rest is filler.