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The Winter Lodge (The Lakeshore Chronicles Book 2) (edition 2020)

by Susan Wiggs (Author)

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On the longest night of the year, Jenny Majesky loses everything in a devastating house fire. But among the ashes she finds an unusual treasure hidden amid her grandfather's belongings, one that starts her on a search for the truth, and on a path toward a life that she never imagined. The Winter Lodge, a remote cabin owned by her half sister on the shores of Willow Lake, becomes a safe refuge for Jenny, where she and local police chief Rourke McKnight try to sort out the mysteries revealed by the fire. But when a blizzard traps them together, Jenny, accustomed to the safe predictability of running the family bakery, suddenly doesn't feel so secure. For even as Rourke shelters her from the storm outside, she knows her heart is at risk. Now, following her dreams might mean walking away from her one chance at love.… (more)
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Title:The Winter Lodge (The Lakeshore Chronicles Book 2)
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Info:MIRA (2020), Edition: First Time Trade, 515 pages
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I really enjoy the way Wiggs writes. Also, I want to try all the recipes in this book. However, I am so tired of men not wanting to admit how they feel and being insistent that women don't feel the way they say they do. That being said, the OTP sizzle. I'm a little upset that one of the main side stories was completely left hanging, but I'm sure that will be resolved in another book. Also, a lot of the stuff at the end was easy to piece together, but these aren't mystery novels, so that's not really surprising. Overall, good, fluffy book, like an early winter snow. ( )
  ladypembroke | May 17, 2019 |
Hopelessly Romantic: Where to begin, this book touched my heart maybe because it copied a portion of my life growing up. I think the way Susan Wiggs brings this book together is brilliant. This is a must read for the hopeless romantic out there. Happy reading.
  lonepalm | Dec 8, 2011 |
The Winter Lodge has Jenny Dealing with the hardships of losing her grandmother just a few weeks before and dealing with her house burning down. Rourke the police chief that has known Jenny for years is trying to help her out and trying to get over the hidden love that he's felt for her since they were both kids. Daisy moves to Avalon and has some suprising news to tell her parents that will change her life forever. Also Daisy discovers some information about Jenny's past that even Jenny doesn't know. Even though this is a reread that I'm just now doing a review for it's a great book and series. ( )
  honeydew69862004 | Feb 15, 2011 |
One winter night Jenny Majesky loses everything in a house fire. Slowly she tries to recover the pieces of her life which draws her closer to Rourke McKnight, the man she has been avoiding for years. Book 2 in The Lakeshore Chronicles, this book fleshes out some of the side stories started in book 1, Summer at Willow Lake. ( )
  punxsygal | Apr 13, 2008 |
When a devastating house fire reveals a rare treasure among her grandfather's belongings, leading her on a search for the truth, Jenny Majesky returns to the only place she feels safe, The Winter Lodge, where she finds an ally in the local police chief, Rourke McKnight. I love almost anything by Susan Wiggs. She has a way of making you care about her characters and Jenny and Rourke are no exception. ( )
  lrobe190 | Mar 8, 2008 |
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In loving memory of my grandparents, Anna and Nicholas Klist.
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Jenny Majesky pushed away from her writing desk and stretched, massaging an ache in the small of her back.
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On the longest night of the year, Jenny Majesky loses everything in a devastating house fire. But among the ashes she finds an unusual treasure hidden amid her grandfather's belongings, one that starts her on a search for the truth, and on a path toward a life that she never imagined. The Winter Lodge, a remote cabin owned by her half sister on the shores of Willow Lake, becomes a safe refuge for Jenny, where she and local police chief Rourke McKnight try to sort out the mysteries revealed by the fire. But when a blizzard traps them together, Jenny, accustomed to the safe predictability of running the family bakery, suddenly doesn't feel so secure. For even as Rourke shelters her from the storm outside, she knows her heart is at risk. Now, following her dreams might mean walking away from her one chance at love.

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On the longest night of the year, Jenny Majesky loses everything in a devastating house fire. But among the ashes she finds an unusual treasure hidden amid her grandfather's belongings, one that starts her on a search for the truth, and on a path toward a life that she never imagined. The Winter Lodge, a remote cabin owned by her half sister on the shores of Willow Lake, becomes a safe refuge for Jenny, where she and local police chief Rourke McKnight try to sort out the mysteries revealed by the fire.

But when a blizzard traps them together, Jenny, accustomed to the safe predictability of running the family bakery, suddenly doesn't feel so secure. For even as Rourke shelters her from the storm outside, she knows her heart is at risk. Now, following her dreams might mean walking away from her one chance at love.
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