Monday, October 15, 2012

Contemporary Romance Monday: Susan Wiggs


In this feature we will highlight an author and a book that we really enjoy reading from in the contemporary romance genre. There are so many great books out there and so many awesome authors. So this is a chance for us to recommend some books and authors that we or one of us really like. 
I hope you will like this feature and if you like to join in with a recommendation. Leave a comment and/or the url to your own blog post. 

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Today I wanted to share an author who I love. Susan Wiggs has the most amazing writing style. she involves you as an reader to her stories and you get to really know her characters. I´ve been reading one of her series for a while now and I love every book she has written in this series. All her books can be read separately or in their right order. This series is written about the people of the little town Willow Lake. And the best thing about her books is that you get introduced to upcoming characters in the books. and when yo have read a few in this series you still hear about characters that you´ve read about. So  most characters stays with you in some way or other throughout this series. It is really great. I have not read all books in this series yet. I have read five so far, I have one in my bookshelf waiting for me and then I have three more to go. You can read more about Susan Wiggs and all her other books on goodreads and on her blog susanwiggs.com

The book I wanted to share with you today is the first book from the Lakeshore chronicles

Summer at Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs


Real estate expert Olivia Bellamy reluctantly trades a trendy Manhattan summer for her family's old resort camp in the Catskills, where her primary task will be renovating the bungalow colongy for her grandparents, who want one last summer together filled with fun, friends and family. A posh resort in its heyday, the camp is now in disarray and Olivia is forced to hire contractor Connor Davis -- a still-smoldering flame from her own summers at camp But as the days grow warm, not even the inviting blue waters of Willow Lake can cool the passions flaring or keep shocking secrets at bay. The nostalgic joy of summers past breathes new promise into a special place and people...a promise meant to last long after the season ends.







All the books in Lakeshore chronicles:
Summer at Willow lake #1
The Winter lodge #2
Dockside #3
Snowfall at Willow Lake #4
Fireside #5
Lakeshore christmas #6
The summer Hideaway #7
Marrying Daisy Ballamy #8
Return to Willow lake #9


1 comment:

Niina C said...

Hi, stopping by to follow you and return the visit. :)

I love the serenity of that cover. Good cover says it all. ;)