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The Inn at Eagle Point Paperback – January 1, 2009
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- ASIN : B0074CWFAU
- Publisher : Mira; 1st edition (January 1, 2009)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 0778326268
- ISBN-13 : 978-0778326267
- Item Weight : 6.4 ounces
- Best Sellers Rank: #718,888 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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An interesting story line that I liked that Sherryl included in the book was the relationship between Abby and her sister Jess. Most romance authors concentrate on just the main two characters and sometimes include outside characters into it at times. But in Inn at Eagle Point Sherryl did a great job including how the relationship of Jess and Abby and how their mother leaving affected their life.
One of my favorite quotes in the book was one that Trace said about how Abby was a good mom. I know author readers were all thinking what I was at that moment. Aww... Here is the quote:
"Look, being a bad mom is taking off when some of your kids are too little to understand why you're leaving. Being a bad mom is leaving a seventeen year old daughter to take over and try to make things right. You lived that with Megan. You know firsthand what its like to have a mother you can't count on. You will never allow your girls to feel that kind of pain." He tucked a finger under her chin. "Don't ever let me hear you question your mothering skills again."
Can't wait to read the next book in the series.
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As you would expect from this type of reading, the book emphasises the virtues of family loyalty, country living over big city values, cute children who can teach adults lessons about life, small towns where everyone knows each other, and forgiveness and second chances. Nothing in this book will surprise the regular reader of this type of fiction and there are no surprises or particularly challenging writing.
On the other hand, as these books go, this is a good enough example and there is nothing wrong with enjoying some light, wholesome reading. The writing is good and not over sentimental. The female characters are actually independent and not just waiting for a man to come along and solve all their problems in life. There is some amusing dialogue and some good descriptions of the area in which the book is set.
If you enjoy this type of writing then this is a good and entertaining read. It is the first of a series and a number of plot threads are started here which will be continued elsewhere.
This book is the first. In the series by Sherryl Woods,and this is the first time that I have come by this author.
I will admit it was a bit slow to begin with. But soon warmed up and I could not put it down. It was so good Infact that I have started reading the second book in the series. I will also be reading the other books in the series to.
Will recommend this book to everyone.
The end of this book introduces the next stories in the series in a subtle way and I certainly found myself hooked!