Isle of Waves (The Isle Series Book 3)
Publish date: 2014-05-15
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 211
Edition language: English
Although there is a lot going on in this book, it had a bit of a lighter tone than the first two, not to say there wasn't plenty of drama or difficult events. The entire Owens clan has descended on the island for Sam and Liam's wedding so we get a chance to catch up with everyone. Liam is still no...
I have enjoyed this series since I fell in love with Sam and Liam in the first book, and I have loved Wig and Nibs through every appearance they have made along the way. For the last year Wig and Nibs have been fighting an uphill battle with the owners of the restaurant next door. When they turned d...
I loved this couple, and I liked that we got to visit with the Owens, but...the conflict of this story had to do with harassment, unfair and illegal business practices, prejudice, bigotry, hate and greed and the people that should have been punished for it, simply got away with it. I'm a bloodthirst...
4.5 Stars ~ Review by BeverleyAfter meeting the ‘Owens Family’ en masse in the first two ‘Isle…’ books, it was a slight change of pace to have Wig and Nibs as the central figures in Isle of Waves. We have met them before and were in fact introduced to the seafront restaurant owners in ‘Isle of Where...
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