Summer at Willow Lake

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MIRA Books, 2006 - Fiction - 534 pages
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Real estate expert Olivia Bellamy reluctantly trades a trendy Manhattan summer for her family's old resort camp in the Catskills, where her primary task will be renovating the bungalow colongy for her grandparents, who want one last summer together filled with fun, friends and family. A posh resort in its heyday, the camp is now in disarray and Olivia is forced to hire contractor Connor Davis — a still-smoldering flame from her own summers at camp

But as the days grow warm, not even the inviting blue waters of Willow Lake can cool the passions flaring or keep shocking secrets at bay. The nostalgic joy of summers past breathes new promise into a special place and people…a promise meant to last long after the season ends.

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Review: Summer at Willow Lake (Lakeshore Chronicles #1)

User Review  - Diana Brockelbank - Goodreads

This was a great read, bringing back memories of my own summer camp times. I thought the secondary characters were easy to keep up with and enjoyed Lolly and Connor getting reacquainted again. It ... Read full review

Review: Summer at Willow Lake (Lakeshore Chronicles #1)

User Review  - Carol Stanley-Snow - Goodreads

Yes...a great summer read. Have you ever been to summer camp? I have, but it was never like this!! Go to the beach, lay out your blankie and won't be sorry. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

After graduating from Harvard University, Susan Wiggs became a math teacher. While working, she started writing her first novel which was published in 1987. She has written numerous romance novels since then including Home Before Dark, A Summer Affair, The Charm School and Candlelight Christmas. She has won three RITA awards for Lakeside Cottage, Lord of the Night and The Mistress. She has written a number of notable series, including; Lakeshore Chronicles and Bella Vista Chronicles.

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