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  • Another great book!

    Another great book in this series. This book, like the others, touches every emotion in the reader. Joanne writes so well. She captures every nuance in the characters so that you can visualize exactly what they are doing and feeling. I can hear the waves and smell the salt air when I read her book! It was so good to be back at Stony Point and I can't wait to see what happens to everyone in the next book. I highly recommend this whole series.

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  • Loved it!!

    Joanne DeMaio is an author who weaves words together that literally bring the story to life for me. This story pulled me to Stony Point and I could feel the breeze, the warm sunshine on my face, smell the sweet salt air, feel the sand and ocean on my feet. This novel centers around Celia Gray, but found myself immersed in the community as the secondary characters are well integrated in the story. As the story opens Celia Gray has arrived in Stony Point to stage some homes in the area, but more than anything get a break from her hometown and put her life in perspective after her divorce. One of the first people she meets is the Elsa DeLuca who introduces her to a group of friends that play a pivotal role not only in her summer, but also her heart. With the arrival of Sal DeLuca, Celia is knows her heart is in danger, but can't do anything to stop it from falling for Sal. Sal works on Wall Street and is taking the first vacation in many years to help his mom establish her bed and breakfast business. What he doesn't expect is to find the most fascinating woman he has met in years. As the summer progresses both know the summer romance will fade away just as night fades into day, but will either be able say goodbye at the end of summer. This is a spectacular read!! It's full of real life/emotions and will make you smile, but it will also bring a tear to your eye. This story brings you a sweet plot that flows effortlessly. Quirky and complex characters kept me engaged until the very last page was turned. One of the trademarks of the author is she writes about family, friends, choices and and love. This book hits all these, but is so much more. This is a book I would recommend to anyone.

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  • Very good story

    I love stories about the beach as I live in a land locked province. The characters were interesting and also interacted throughout the book with a few love stories thrown in and missing people who have gone before. The houses were fun and believable.

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