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Dockside (Paperback)

Author:  Susan Wiggs
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 077832964X
ISBN-13: 9780778329640
Sku: 214103468
Publish Date: 7/1/2010
Pages:  408
 
From the award-winning author of "Summer at Willow Lake" comes an unforgettable story of a womans emotional journey from the heartache of the past to hope for the future. The perfect summer read.--Debbie Macomber. Original.
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Now that her daughter has grown up and has left home, Nina Romano is eager to begin a new life, enjoying being on her own to date, travel and pursue her dreams, until she falls for Greg Bellamy, the owner of the inn at Willow Lake and a single father with two children of his own. Reissue.
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A single mother longs to purchase and run a local inn, but her plans are thwarted when a man beats her to the punch. He soon hires her on as manager, and their tempestuous relationship takes a turn for the romantic.
Author Bio
Susan Wiggs
Since her first book, TEXAS WILDFLOWER, was published in 1987, Susan Wiggs has written dozens of historical and contemporary romances, and she has been particularly praised for the wide variety of time periods and geographic settings she employs. "When I write, I research deeply but not obsessively," she has said. "I adore accurate research, but honestly, I am not an authority on medieval warfare, organ transplantation, [or] Regency style. . . . You name it. I am not an authority [on it]." Wiggs attended Harvard University, where she sometimes hid romance novels between the pages of her textbooks. Upon graduating, she became a math teacher but began writing in her spare time, inspired by the work of Kathleen Woodiwiss, Bertrice Small, and other novelists she admired. By 1992 she had found enough success as an author to give up her teaching job. Among her most popular books are those in the contemporary Lakeshore Chronicles series, set in the Catskill Mountains. Her work now appears frequently on major bestseller lists, and she has won RITA Awards from the Romance Writers of America numerous times. In addition to her fiction, Wiggs collaborated with her daughter, Elizabeth, on the guidebook/memoir HOW I PLANNED YOUR WEDDING: THE ALL-TRUE STORY OF A MOTHER AND DAUGHTER SURVIVING THE BEST DAY OF THEIR LIVES (2011).

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"It's sure to leave an indelible impression on even the most jaded reader." - Catherine Witmer August 2007
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