Dockside by Susan Wiggs
By Susan Wiggs
Lengthy, Lazy Days . . . sizzling summer time Nights along with her daughter grown and flown, Nina Romano is able to embark on a brand new experience. She's waited many years for courting, trip and chasing desires. yet simply as she's starting to get pleasure from being on her personal, she unearths herself falling for Greg Bellamy, proprietor of the captivating lodge at Willow Lake and a unmarried father with little ones of his personal. Greg misplaced his first marriage to a not easy occupation. Now he is decided to make a brand new begin ahead of it truly is too overdue. Juggling paintings, elevating his younger son and assisting his approximately grown daughter face life's final problem, he has no time to fall in love. nonetheless, with Nina Romano, love feels most appropriate this time round. From the award-winning writer of summer time at Willow Lake comes an unforgettable tale of a woman's emotional trip from the heartache of the previous to pray for the longer term.
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Fine. You know what? Maybe you’re right. Greg has no idea what he’s taking on. I do. ” asked Jenny. “I won’t need to. ” Jenny eyed her skeptically. ” Nina finished her wine and poured another glass. “It’s crazy. ” Part Two Then The Galahad Chamber is named for Sir Galahad of legend, known for his purity and gallantry. Located high in the main lodge, the room pays tribute to the natural surroundings of the inn, appointed with a hand-crafted birchwood bed frame—topped by birdhouses—antler lamps and antique prints by pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
She could feel a keen interest in the touch of Greg’s gaze, and it made her stand up straighter. Nina had always looked older than her age, a combination of dark, vivid features and early development. Though she flaunted this fact with pride, her confidence was merely a cover for the fact that she had always felt slightly different. Not radically so, but just a little, because she was a year older than the rest of the kids in her grade. The reason for her being behind in school was humiliating.
Of course it would, she admitted to herself. It was the whole reason such things as “social class” existed right here in the good old US of A. At Camp Kioga, the lines were sharply drawn: the nobs versus the slobs. But if she stayed anonymous, the lines went away. She could feel a keen interest in the touch of Greg’s gaze, and it made her stand up straighter. Nina had always looked older than her age, a combination of dark, vivid features and early development. Though she flaunted this fact with pride, her confidence was merely a cover for the fact that she had always felt slightly different.