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High school reunions are times full of excitement, trepidation and nostalgia. Debbie Macomber's Silver Linings those emotions are captured beautifully as we join best friends Kellie Crenshaw and Katie Gilroy when they return to Cedar Cove for their ten-year reunion. They are full of plans for dealing with old hurts. Coco wants to confront a young man whose callous treatment of her has kept her from trusting anyone since. Katie wants to try one more time to explain to a former love why she had to make the decisions she made when they were last together. Using wit and warmth, Macomber tells a story of new love, old love and love in waiting. While new characters work out their happily ever afters we get to spend time with beloved, familiar character Jo Marie Rose as she manages her inn, cares for her guests and works out the difficulties in her relationship with Mark. Fans will recognize some of Jo Marie’s guests from other Macomber novels. Genuine characters facing typical life decisions make this gem by Macomber very relatable. Readers will easily identify with Katie and Coco as they reconnect with the past while trying to create better futures for themselves. Macomber infuses these familiar challenges with sweetness and light, making something extraordinary out of the ordinary. Like a refreshing glass of lemonade on a hot summer day, this story really hits the spot. The Inn at Rose Harbor works its magic on characters and readers alike in this enchanting tale of love lost and found, opportunities missed and finding that love that lasts a last time. Macomber delivers a tale rich in the homespun, heartwarming charm she is famous for.
The city of New York is under attack. The first strike is a massive explosion beneath the city’s streets. Then, while holding a press conference about those very same attacks, a sniper succeeds in assassinating the city’s mayor. Though the two crimes haven’t officially been connected, Detective Michael Bennett is given lead on the case. With no terrorist group claiming responsibility, though, Bennett and FBI agent Emily Parker have their work cut out for them as they try to unmask the devious minds behind the crimes before more damage can be done. Patterson is certainly known for his insanely paced and tense tales, but Alert might just be one of the best ones yet! Bennett, the lead in eight titles now, is a single father of ten who, at the beginning of the book, returns home from Ireland to find that his grandfather has suffered a surprise but brief attack of dementia. He already has his hands full when he’s informed that he’ll now be floating, offering assistance to various departments throughout the city. The promotion of sorts is said to be thanks to his skill as a detective but Bennett fears it’ll leave him a possible scapegoat when people need someone to blame. Of course just days into his investigation on the string of increasingly shocking attacks on the city, with no real leads and people bracing themselves for what will come next, Bennett finds himself facing exactly what he feared. The stakes couldn’t be higher for our hero or the city! Alert is the kind of book that’s impossible to put down once you’ve begun. No worries if you haven’t read any of the previous Michael Bennett titles though, this one is a great starting point!