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    On a Summer Tide

    On a Summer Tide begins Suzanne Woods Fisher new series, Three Sisters Island. Widowed Father, Paul Grayson shocks his three daughters by selling his home and buying an island! How will this event affect them all? I have to admit; I was not sure how I would like On a Summer Tide. I am not used to Miss Fisher writing contemporary novels that did not involve the Amish. After reading this, I realize that she is so talented, that she can write a fantastic novel in any genre she decides to. Within the first few pages, I was hooked and held my attention until the end. I enjoyed every single word. I highly recommend On a Summer Tide and am giving it a well deserved five plus stars. I can not wait to find out which Grayson sister will be featured in book two of the Three Sisters Island series. I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
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    Great Beginning To A New Series

    I was pleasantly surprised at how well the author wrote this contemporary after being a wonder at Amish books. I loved how it delved into the family dynamics and personalities of three sisters and their father. I want to go visit them and help fix up the camp. Each sister is dealing with the loss of their mother and changes in their lives. I enjoyed the quirkinesses of Peg Legg and her disastrous cooking had me cracking up. I can picture her pigtails and hear her sassiness. This is a great read of relationships, forgiveness, faith, family, romance, and finding where God wants you. This is the first book in a new series and I look forward to reading more. You will feel like you visited Maine and watched the waves crash, visited the lighthouse, and tasted the salty air when you are finished. Make this your beach read for the summer. I won a copy of this from the author. The honest review and opinions are my own and were not required.
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    Was his purchase a good choice?

    One man’s insanity is another man’s genius - Joyce Carol Oates What an absolutely wonderful way to spend a day! This first book in the Three Sisters Island series just leaves me waiting for more. Paul Grayson purchased 51% of an island off the shore of Maine, hoping to bring his family together again. Meanwhile his daughters wonder whether he has totally lost it! Cam is a very successful businesswoman with a young son. Maddie has just graduated from college and is looking for a counseling position. Blaine just seems to find it impossible to make up her mind what she wants from life. The author has done a fabulous job of bringing out the differences in each daughter - can they possibly work together to help their father make a success of this new venture? Can the faith of their mother bring them back together again? The descriptions of this beautiful island made me wish I could visit it. Sure, it doesn’t shine like the city, but it has a charm all its own. I was entranced by the nature walks and wished it was possible to join in. The statement made by their dearly departed mother sums up just a little of what I want to take from this story. ‘Life presents you with important choices. You can lash out, become bitter, or draw closer to God, become better.’ I received this ARC through NetGalley and CelebrateLit. The impressions and opinions given are my own.
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    What a Stunning Story!

    4.5 stars "You don't 'earn' purpose. . . .. . Our souls aren't a matter of commerce, we're a matter of faith." Camden Grayson is a purpose driven woman, obtaining multiple achievements in her career at the young age of thirty; lists and spreadsheets are her life blood, so when her widowed father goes off the grid by selling their family home in order to purchase a small island in Maine, she struggles to understand. Joining her two younger sisters and father, along with her anxiety-prone adopted son, Camden trudges to Three Sisters Island, expecting a short stay before her job grabs her undivided attention once again. What the Grayson family discovers on the island is merely a dream, a dream that will take hours of dedication and weeks of purposeful renovation. Can they put their differences aside long enough to bring the old island back to life; possibly pulling out the weeds in their own relationships in the process? In other words, can they become a family once again. It seems that God knew what He was doing all along when Paul Grayson purchased a remote island off the coast of Maine. Suzanne Woods Fisher has penned a lovely story, creating a captivating family saga where every member learns a little bit more about what love is, and conversely what it isn't. Book provided courtesy of Baker Publishing through Interviews and Reviews. The opinions stated above are entirely my own.
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    On a Summer Tide

    ON A SUMMER TIDE. Suzanne Woods..Fisher I would suggest with reading the details of the characters, giving one the age and where each is at in life as this story unfolds. Children now as grown adults do tend to associated memories with the house, and town they grew up in. Even more so, with their mother gone. I like how the writer, tried to soften the blow, of him telling the three girls. He bought an island. A little one. Part of one. As though that would help. The reaction came and stopped with he brought an island. Then the why’s.A humorous story of how each fills in to why, then the association and memories of their camping trips. Did the name of the island translation have anything to why he bought that specific island. Life changes for all, new memories were formed, as they came together to rebuild the place, and being together. Different, looking into a family life, as changes come. Like a set of dominos, they didn’t fall but became stronger with this change. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion by Net Galley and Revell.
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