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Safe Harbour (Sensation) Paperback – April 24, 1992

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Product Details

  • Series: Sensation
  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Silhouette Books (April 24, 1992)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373585470
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373585472
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 4.2 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,048,993 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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USA Today bestselling author Judith Arnold knew she wanted to be a writer by the time she was four. She loved making up stories (not exactly the same thing as lying) and enjoying the adventures of her fictional characters. With more than eight-five published novels to her name, she has been able to live her dream. Four of Judith's novels have received awards from RT Book Reviews Magazine (for Best Harlequin American Romance, Best Harlequin Superromance, Best Series Romance Novel and Best Contemporary Romance Novel) and she's a three-time finalist for Romance Writers of America's RITA Award. Her novel Love In Bloom's was named one of the best books of the year by Publishers Weekly. A New York native, Judith lives in New England. Visit her web site: www.juditharnold.com.

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This is the second book I have read by Judith Arnold and it is another heartwarming story of family, love and loss. Not only is this story engaging and hard to put down, it carries wonderful inspiration and hope for love in marriage. I am so glad I found this author as her writing is prolific and there are many new adventures to enjoy. Highly recommend!
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For Kip Stroud and Shelley Ballard, falling in love isn't a single moment. Starting from the summer when they were eight years old and Kip showed Shelley a dead snake, their relationship shifts, stretches and strengthens over two decades.

In a compelling departure, readers first get to experience the foundation of that love. Kip and Shelley have spent their childhood summers on Rhode Island's Block Island as best friends. In the summer when they're 15 they are both changing -- but life changes even faster for Shelley.

And it is 12 more years before they come together again. By then, each has faced tragedies, difficulties and changes. Each has grown up. Can the love of innocence they once shared also grow up? Can they provide a safe harbor for each other's heart?

Judith Arnold's SAFE HARBOR explores the epochs of the growing love between Kip and Shelley, carrying readers along for each stop in the fascinating journey.
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What can i say?? Arnold will never stop surprising me. This book is written in a way, that you only find out what the others feeling, after too much time has passed. It bring a smile upon your face, and tears in your eyes. It make your heart swell, and feel everything the heroin is feeling. Recommend it to everyone that land their hands on them.
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What I liked about this book was it spanned from hero and heroines childhood. It was different but I enjoyed that. But this book was kind of mediocre to me. Maybe it was just the romance was flip floppy. Dont get me wrong, it was alright but I skipped a lot of it because it was predictable. I need twists and turns.
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Kip and Shelley have know each other as friends for most of their lives. Their story starts as, as teenagers, they begin to grow of childhood and start dealing with adult feelings. Unfortunately, this same summer, Shelley is thrown into a very adult world of divorce, deception and betrayal.

The story then picks up fifteen-years later and we discover that Kip also has a past to overcome. The friendship is the corner stone Kip uses to build back his life. And still, something is missing.

This is a beautiful romance, with believable characters in real-life situation. It is sweet without being cloying. I especially liked that the problems are not resolved overnight and that the author allowed the passage of time to heal some wounds.

I did not find the formating distracting but noted a few spelling and grammar mistakes. I agree with the other reviewers that Kindle editing should be as good as a paper book. Still, don't let format keep you from enjoying this book.
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The story was more interesting when they were children than it becomes when they rejoin as adults. It was a nice romance, but turned irritating when as adults the characters were more immature in their relationship than they had been as children. To me it dragged to its conclusion. I still enjoyed the book, but I have trouble understanding how so many 5-star ratings are given for mediocre stories.
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Although it was an ok book i just felt like this followed same path as books i have read before with new names and scenery. but good book if you really enjoy romances
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I downloaded this book when it was a promotional freebie for my Kindle. I know, I know, the buzz is that free titles, for the most part, suck. That has not been my experience--especially not with this book, which has been in the back of my mind since I finished it yesterday.

This is one of the most unusual romances I've ever read. Ms. Arnold hooked me instantly, and I found myself immersed in the story of two children from different backgrounds spending summers together--growing up together--on Block Island. When love between them emerges, heartbreak soon follows...and follows.

I've come late to this party and so find it unnecessary to list plot elements in my review. You can read all about them in others posted here. I will say this: Ms. Arnold wrote a story here incorporating strong, personal psychological elements, which resonated deeply with me. The power of forgiveness, the ability to forget, the willingness to trust, and the need to embrace life as it is, not as it might have been, are all captured to perfection in this book. I look forward to reading it again, and to reading more of Judith Arnold's titles. She is an excellent writer.
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