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THIS BOOK IS VERY GOOD AND I LIKE IT BECAUSE IT'S THE THIRD ONE IN THE SET AND I LIKE BOOK'S THAT COME IN SET'S THAT FOLLOW ON IN A STORY. I REALLY ENJOY THEM ALOT CAUSE THEY KEEP THE STORY'S GOING INSTEAD OF JUST ONE BOOK AND YOUR DONE WITH THE STORY MORE FUN TO KEEP IT GOING.I WOULD RECOMMEND NORI ROBERT'S BOOK'S THERE VERY GOOD. ...
God, i have no words to describe this book. I can't even attempt. Its been a week since I finished reading this book. Still I can't get these characters out of my system. I don't think I even what to.
I loved Sea Swept. It gave me an impression that Philip is one of those white collar guys who worked inside glass cabins, on top of one of those tall buildings. I thought he had no business to be with Cam & Ethan. I almost detested him. And boy, did Nora change my impression. Hm, first impression isn't always the best impression, I guess.
The months after Ray Quinn's death has been turbulent, emotionally & physically testing times for the Quinn clan. Six months on, Cam has done the impossible- he's hitched to Anna & Ethan's married Grace. Boats by Quinn is ready to sell their first. Seth's settled in with the family. Philip continues the legal battle for clearing their beloved father's name & to make Seth their own. An unexpected challenge lands in form of Sybill- an upstate, petite writer from New York. Philip, who is downright smitten by her & likewise, battles his emotions for Seth when her true identity is revealed. Ghost ' Ray Quinn' is very much present to give timely advises to his younger son. In the end, the revealed identity came handy towards getting a permanent guardianship. And the family expands to 7 in number. The best part is that Philip helps Sybill to discover a part of herself that she didn't realize existed.
All questions are answered. All eyes are filled and hearts..... well, it leaves every heart happy & contended. If not more. A must read, I would say.