Fireside (The Lakeshore Chronicles)
|Rating||:||4.16 (989 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||416 Pages|
J. Guthrie said Good book but incomplete. I'm a fan of the Lakeshore Chronicles and was really looking forward to Bo's story. I think the book is filled with great characters and the story is really good; but, there is so much left unanswered. The entire book focuses on struggles between personal and professional goals; but, then everything wraps up very suddenly with a "pat" conclusion. I'm not disappoint. "Delightfully Relaxed" according to dori daigle. I am a huge Debbie Macomber fan, and have read almost all of her books. I must say that I am pleased I haven't read them all as it gives me a sense of anticipation that another book awaits.Midnight Sons: Brides for the Brothers follows Macombers theme, they meet, an on again off again relationship follows and then the magical ending.Debbie Macomber's books are a de. Five Stars Exelent
Having satisfactorily provided for the adult Bellamy generation in a string of popular novels, including Snowfall at Willow Lake (2008), Wiggs now directs the spotlight onto secondary characters readers have met in previous installments of her small-town contemporary-romance series, the Lakeshore Chronicles, poignantly revealing the catastrophic results of unjust immigration laws, especially on the American-born children of deported parents. Kimberly van Dorn, a hotshot media-relations expert in Los Angeles, is also experiencing a dramatic life change. From Booklist For years, hard-living Bo Crutcher has worked diligently toward a New York Yankees pitching spot, but just when it seems likely, he learns that his son AJ needs a home after his mother is detained by the Texa
She has won many awards for her work, including a RITA from Romance Writers of America. Susan Wiggs is the author of many beloved bestsellers, including the popular Lakeshore Chronicles series. Visit her website at SusanWiggs.
That is, until life throws him a curveball. When AJ, the son he'd never met, lands on his doorstep, Bo's life becomes a whole new ball game. Baseball hopeful Bo Crutcher is about to get his shot at the majors. He needs help—fast.Enter Kimberly van Dorn. But Bo is willing to sacrifice everything for his vulnerable son. Kim can train him to hit a home run with the press, but over a breathtaking winter on frozen Willow Lake, she realizes he has far more to teach her about the game of life…and putting love first.. Hired to smooth Bo's rough exterior for the media, she expects the kind of shallow pro athlete she's used to handling