Barbary Point Kindle Edition
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Kelly English, the chief editor for West Coast Today magazine, has just received news that her father has died leaving his estate to her and her mother. Kelly is 28 years old and hasn't seen nor heard from her father since she was 3 years old. It appears that he had no time for her and she had no time to disburse of his so called estate. But, due to a medical situation with her step-father, she has agreed to make the trip from her home in California to Oshkosh, WI. After all it shouldn't take long. From what her mother has told her over the years, her father never had much so the "estate" would be nothing more than a shack in the woods and could be taken care of in a weekend trip. So, after promising her fiancé that she would be back by Sunday evening for their dinner with his mother, Kelly takes off to get the task over with.Read more ›
Wisconsin and have fished in Lake Winnebago many times. The area was well described. This is a book worth reading.
Having come from a similar situation with my own father, this touching novella really hit home with me. I felt I could relate to it in a way that I can't relate to most books I read. Kelly has felt one way about her father all her life and if afforded the opportunity to experience a new outlook on who her father really was. Solid characters and an intricately wound love story will leave you wishing this book had been longer. Mr. Nayes writes with intellectual flair that leaves you wanting to read more.
Barbary Point was a breath of fresh air. In this fast paced life I live in, I love to read to escape and Barbary Point was worth every minute I spent reading. I felt as though I could slow down and enjoy the story. I know nothing of fishing but left this story with a little bit of knowledge and a great appreciation for the life of a fisherman. I would have to say that this book evokes similar emotions to any of the Nicholas Sparks Books.
To Mr. Nayes I would like to say, this book was a job well done. It's evident that you researched the location of the book very well. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Kelly's story and I look forward to reading more of your work in the future.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The ending totally sucked!!! I won't ever read another one of these books. Unbelievable, seriously!Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
A discriptive well written book with some interesting twists. A contrast of urban California and rural Wisconsin lifestyles and values intwined in a love story in a northern lake... Read morePublished on March 25, 2014 by Kevin Legg
Solid 2.5 Stars
A part of me will always be joined to a part of you. I can feel it. And it feels so damn good. Don't ever let go of me, Kelly English. Read more
These are all alike. all of these nice little romance novels But i didn't like the ending in this onePublished on April 9, 2013 by Midge
See other reviews for plot rehash. I can say that this is a love story on so many different levels, written by a man through the viewpoint of the leading lady. Read morePublished on March 24, 2013 by Kay R.
Sweet love story with everything needed; Man's best friend, fishing, outdoors and a good twist to tug at your heartstrings. Great read!Published on March 21, 2013 by Chelsea
Barbary Point is very well-written and it held my interest. As a story it was very good. As a lover of romance, it disappointed me because it didn't deliver a happy-ever-after. Read morePublished on November 12, 2011 by LovesRomance
This book is very well written. I was drawn into Barbary point, not reading but feeling. I did not want to leave the mist of the lake. Read morePublished on November 6, 2011 by SuzieBeck