They just want this solved. There are other things going on too, such as the Navy boys returning to their families and Grace trying to get over losing Cliff. I love Macomber's novels. They are pure and simple chick-lit.
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This story was full of life, love, friendship and family. But with this series there is a slight twist - Macomber has added in the idea of mystery. In this book, and the previous one: Pelican Court, the mystery surrounds this man Max, his death and his connection to Bob. In the next book the mystery will be surrounding Ray, the Private Investigator. I like this addition to the novel. Macomber writes great novels anyway but this just adds something special and lifts it out of the bog-standard chick-lit genre. Macomber also writes wonderful characters. I love Olivia, Grace, Peggy and the like.
Their friendships are special and reading about their families and events in their lives is great fun. I find them believable and I wish they were real! They are full of wisdom - the kind of older female friends one would want to have around for friendship and guidance.
Yes this is a fairly predictable story, and the murderer wasn't much of a surprise but I enjoyed this book. It was a nice novel that I read in 24 hours. Like the rest of Macomber's books, this comes with high praise from me. Jun 06, Phyllis rated it really liked it. This is the 4th book in the Cedar Cove series. I enjoyed learning more about the lives of the inhabitants of Cedar Cove. The 3rd book left the cliff hanger of who killed Maxwell Russell. I am glad we finally find out at the end of this book who it was.
I was quite surprised by it. I didn't see it coming even though I should have. I just wish it didn't take the whole book to find out. This book is leaving us with more cliff hangers. I think the most strangest and exciting one is going to be why a This is the 4th book in the Cedar Cove series.
I think the most strangest and exciting one is going to be why and who is sending strange messages to Roy and Carrie. I hope it doesn't take the whole next book again to find out. I am looking forward to reading book 5 in the series. I want to see how the other residents of Cedar Cove continue with their lives.
There a lot of questions to be answered. I am so glad I have a list of all the characters in the book and little notes about them. It gets confusing after a while especially since the different subplots intertwine with one another.
Each chapter concentrates on one at a time. Just when you are really getting into the subplot, it switches over to another and doesn't show up again until chapters later. So there is a lot of switching back and forth. Quite a few books by different authors use the same technique. I am not sure if I like that but I am compelled to finish reading this series. First because it is now a television series and I am hooked.
Several story lines were wrapped up in 44 Cranberry Point leaving just two remaining unresolved for the next book in the series. The ones I'm the most happy about are Grace, mostly because that story line was way overdue for a resolution, even though Grace was a little like a stalker the way she kept sending the postcards and letters to Cliff after he broke things off with her. I broke up with someone once and they did that to me. It did not make me want to see them again, it had the opposite Several story lines were wrapped up in 44 Cranberry Point leaving just two remaining unresolved for the next book in the series.
It did not make me want to see them again, it had the opposite effect.
Also wrapped up was the story of the man that died at the Thyme and Tide. We finally find out who killed him and it came as no surprise to me who did it. The story I was least happy about was the one involving Cecelia and Ian. I was not crazy about revisiting them. Cecelia as a character really bothers me.dev.center.cruises/how-to-marry-a-marquess-wedded-by-scandal.php
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The fact that she completely disregarded her husbands feelings on having another child bothered me greatly. This is not the way to a healthy marriage, even if this books wants to make it seem like it is. The communication issues between all the couples featured in this book were annoying.
Olivia treated Jack like a child instead of an intelligent man and it was disappointing that their relationship has become so unpleasant to read about so quickly. That being said, I'll be starting the next book soon because I'm hooked. Review also posted at Writings of a Reader This novel was like a warm hug in the arms of a good friend. There is a natural flow to this story that mirrors the way that life happens.
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It really gives you the full impact of the tales that Macomber tells. She combines the sweetness of some of the best parts of life, with the heartache of the worst.
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I love how you feel like part of the town while reading this novel. The variety of ages of the characters also adds to this. There are individuals from all walks of life, ensuring someone for everyone. This novel was a fantastic trip back to Cedar Cove.
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Jul 11, Shonda rated it really liked it Shelves: read Olivia Lockhart, Grace Sherman and their family and friends are back in this fourth installment of the Cedar Cove series. Macomber continues the stories of the popular characters: Olivia and her mother, Charlotte, Grace and her daughters, Jack Griffin and Cliff Harding. New c Olivia Lockhart, Grace Sherman and their family and friends are back in this fourth installment of the Cedar Cove series. New characters are introduced as well.
I do like with each book, more is revealed about each character. If you are interested in reading this series, I suggest reading them in order as each book flows from one to the other. It drives me nuts that many of these characters make decisions involving others without their consent. Character A decides what Character B "should" want and goes on ahead, figuring B will realize it was right all along.
That's not a healthy relationship. Also, one character is dating someone she does not like and can't explain why. Finally, why is it wrong to do a background check on someone new to town, who knows no one, and seems too good to be true? Who would get angry about that? That's log It drives me nuts that many of these characters make decisions involving others without their consent.
That's logical and causes no harm to anyone. Oct 05, Donna rated it it was amazing Shelves: fiction. They have a bed and breakfast called Thyme and Tide.
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They had a gentleman appear on a stormy night to spend the night in one of the rooms. Bob felt he seemed familiar but gave no further thought to it. The man said he would have information filled out by morning for Peggy. The next morning when the man did not get out of bed or leave his room, the Beldon unlocked the door and found him dead. A mystery ensued as to who this man was and why he 44 Cranberry Point is where Peggy and Bob Beldon live. A mystery ensued as to who this man was and why he came to their establishment.
You will need to read and find out more. There is much other gossip from the town of Cedar Cove also. Pick up the book and find out what happens. Love the books.