Publish date: October 25th 2010
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
For a story about a guy going up to Canada to settle his estranged grandmother's estate, this is a refreshingly angst-free story. Sure, Kyle has regrets about his grandmother, but mostly he spends the book remembering why her cabin by the lake was once a happy summer retreat for him and realizing th...
4 I sobbed like a baby starsOld ladies are my undoing. The ending of this book.....Sniffle...sniffleHusband: Babe are you...crying?Me: Sob, can't catch breath, Sob hystericallyHusband: JESUS... are you going to be ok? Seriously babe, like you look all red, like you can't breatheMe: sobbing, trying t...
This is the perfect book to curl up with on a lazy Sunday morning. That's really the best way to describe it. The sort of book you just want to burrow into like a warm blanket at the end.
I will read anything Ms. Sherwood writes -- menage, present tense, past tense...pshaw, it doesn't matter. This one is about a couple who find each other again. I couldn't completely cozy up to Kyle as a character. It's hard to believe that he could have forgotten all the love his grandmother had ...
Enjoyable, charming book with a great setting!
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