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    A delightful story!

    There were several things that caught my attention about this book: It involved a little girl, it was situated in a small cove (country living), it featured a social worker and her work, it was a story about 'a broken family' and a single parent coping with bringing up her child, parents who didn't want to let go, and of course, a bit of romance and mystery. What more could a person ask for? Lisa Wingate did a great job of developing her characters and their environment, as we see Andrea and her son Dustin start their new life in Larkspur Cove at her parent's cottage on the lake. It doesn't take long for 14 year old Dustin to get into some trouble with the neighbourhood kids, and for the handsome, rugged game warden, Mart, to come into the picture as he sees his responsibility to teach the young people the importance of respecting 'the dangers of the water' in the cove. Everyone in the neighbourhood gets involved with anything happening in their community, watching the locals and the tourists who come and go on the lake, the beaches or on the country roads and nothing happens that they don't see from out their windows or from their back decks. If someone is moving around in the cove who wasn't there before, they will know it and investigate it, and the game warden will be notified so he can 'check it out'. Little "Birdie" couldn't hide from the people of Larkspur Cove and Moses Lake, and like loving and caring hens, they took her 'under their wings'. This is a sweet story which you will find hard to put down.
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    A romance

    Good for an easy read if you like romance with some blunt attempts to discuss the human condition.
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    Absolutely Awesome!

    Lisa Wingate is fast becoming a must read author for me. Once again she has imbued her characters with so much emotion, strength, and real humanity, flaws included, that they come alive on the pages of this mesmerizing story! Her illuminating depiction of Moses Lake, let's you practically feel the rhythms of the wildlife, scents on the waterways, and the spectacular vistas that are both beautiful and sometimes treacherous. This book shakes you up, wrings you out, and finally wraps you in a warm hug that lingers long after the final page.
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    Great book

    Loved the story of Andrea and Martin along with Andrea’s son. The small town of Moses Lake sounds like a wonderful place to live.
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