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Saturday, October 3, 2009

Shadow Lake by M. Jean Pike

Blurb:



They weren’t looking for love.

So love found them.


Sexy campground owner Shane Lucy needs summer help. Divorced and raising a teenage son alone, the idea of finding love is the last thing on his mind. Yet there’s something sincere and kind about lovely Emma, something genuine unlike anything he’s encountered before.

Emma Beckman is trying to pick up the threads of her unraveled life. Recently widowed, she ventures into Shadow Lake for the prospect of tranquility and a new summer job. Her new boss is a prospect all his own—a magical, beautiful prospect … of love on the lake.

Review:

Sweet, Endearing. The plot was a bit trite, but the author made it work. The writing is simple and unsophisticated, which works with the sweet tone of the story.

If you’re tired of groping and sweaty sheets and just want a simple story of love, this one fills the bill.



I give this story four hearts. Reviewed by
Quinn




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