With her daughter grown and flown, Nina Romano is ready to embark on a new adventure. She’s waited a long time for dating, travel and chasing dreams. But just as she’s beginning to enjoy being on her own, she finds herself falling for Greg Bellamy, owner of the charming Inn at Willow Lake and a single father with two kids of his own.
Greg lost his first marriage to a demanding career. Now he’s determined to make a new start before it’s too late. Juggling work, raising his young son, and helping his nearly grown daughter face life’s ultimate challenge, he has no time to fall in love. Still, with Nina Romano, love feels just right this time around.
From the award-winning author of Summer at Willow Lake and The Winter Lodge comes an unforgettable story of a woman’s emotional journey from the heartache of the past to hope for the future.
©2001 Susan Wiggs (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Although, it was a stand alone book, I wish I had started with the other books first, so I would know the characters. I like hearing about characters that the writer has already written about. Now I will go back read the first two. It was believable--enjoyed the relationship with the two main characters. But I wonder whether the majority of young folk that get themselves in the situation really have that much stamina to go out on their own--they did in this one. This wasn't my favorite performance by Joyce Bean, because I know I have enjoyed her more in other readings.
The first two books in the this series were great because of the story line and the narrator, Julia Gibson. I listened to this third book because I wanted to complete the series, but the narrator did not make it an easy listen. She is annoying and her character voices are dull.
The narrator drove me crazy during this book. I don't think it was intentional but I think she had an accent that kept coming out because it was not consistent. Towards the end of the book I sped up the narration and it helped too. I think she was also reading way to slow. I guess I'll be reading the rest of the books verses listening.
Rich development of the characters showing the depth of life decisions during crisis pregnancies. As I watch my own grandaughter laugh and play this author have me a chance to understand what life is like for her young parents. I highly recommend this book.
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