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Not too many characters to follow which I prefer
Simple uncomplicated story line
I would recommend this book
Not as good a Three Moons over Sedona, but a quick, easy and romantic read. Three Moons shows that Ms. Hartzler's writing is improving and I am eager to watch her style develop.Published 10 months ago by Katie
found this very interesting as the story revealed the generations and the setting. I recommend it to anyone interested in family dynamics.Published 11 months ago by Clara Saulitis
I was excited to read this because I had so enjoyed Three Moons Over Sedona. What a let down. I didn't even finish it & I generally make it a rule to always always finish a book. Read morePublished 11 months ago by love2read
Nice story to read anytime of year, not just a summer book. I will definitely read other books by this author.Published 13 months ago by Tbirdlady
good story line, kept my interest, liked the receipes that were included. Kind of short ending, maybe there will be a sequel.
Still a fast and easy read.
I think the story covered a woman going through a divorce very well. It also covered a lot of other life issues, a teenage daughter , a best friend, a mother getting remarried and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Debi
Well written and good story of love lost n found. Not my normal choice of stories to read but was to good to put down. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Robert Baden
The author of island passage wrote a really good book. It kept your interest .I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to readPublished 17 months ago by sheri henderson