Inner Harbor: The Chesapeake Bay Saga #3

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Penguin, Jan 1, 1999 - 352 pages
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The breathtaking saga of the Quinn brothers on the windswept shores of the Chesapeake Bay.
  

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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.
 

Contents

CAROLINA MOON
PROLOGUE
ONE
TWO
THREE
FOUR
FIVE
SIX
ELEVEN
TWELVE
THIRTEEN
FOURTEEN
FIFTEEN
SIXTEEN
SEVENTEEN
EIGHTEEN

SEVEN
EIGHT
NINE
TEN
NINETEEN
TWENTY
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