Marrying Daisy Bellamy (The Lakeshore Chronicles) Mass Market Paperback – January 25, 2011
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- Item Weight : 8 ounces
- Mass Market Paperback : 432 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0778329259
- ISBN-13 : 978-0778329251
- Product Dimensions : 4.22 x 1.11 x 6.61 inches
- Publisher : MIRA; Original Edition (January 25, 2011)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,313,294 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I've loved following her with both Julian and Logan through the rest of the series; and found myself taking my time while reading her book.
I loved the story line with Julian, I have loved watching him make something of himself! (Remember, when we first met him he was "troubled" ) And I loved how he grew up right along side Daisy throughout the series.
I've never cared for Logan, but this book did redeem him a bit in my mind. (He's still not one of my favorites, but I think it's because he reminds me too much of one of my own ex boyfriends.)
Over all? This book was excellent, and while there was part of the book I wasn't sure if I'd be happy with the end? I loved the end! It was the perfect way to tie up Daisy's story.
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I can't remember ever shedding a tear when reading a book but at the end I admit I did. I do not understand why this series hasn't been picked up for movies. If the books were chick flicks. I would be hooked on those too. The characters are unpeeled until you learn the heart of them and the way that each book entwined with the ones before ensures that anyone picking a later book, can grasp a little of the background history.
I'm not going to elaborate any more as this was nearly ruined for me when I chanced upon someone else's review who gave the away crucial details that really they should not have done.
All I will say is if you want to escape for a while then read the series.