204 Rosewood Lane

Grace Sherman
204 Rosewood Lane
Cedar Cove, Washington

Dear Listener,
If you 've been to Cedar Cove before we 've probably met. You can usually find me either at home or at the public library, where I work. I 've lived in this town all my life and raised two daughters here. But my husband and I- well, about six week ago, he disappeared. Just…disappeared. Where 's Dan? Why did he go? Who 's he with? Will I ever find out?

My hometown, my family and acquaintance, bring me comfort during this difficult time. Comfort and a ense of shelter. I 'm continually reminded that life can and does go on. For example, everyone 's been discussing weddings and babies lately. Justine- the only sister of my best friend, Olivia Lockhart- impulsively got married a little while ago. My own daughter Kelly recently had a baby. Unfortunately, she refuses to accept that Dan might not return to see his first randchild. My lder so, Maryellen, is more believable. I think she 's seeing a new an, but for some reason she wo n't tell me who it is.

Then there 's Charlie, who 's been pursuing a romance with livia, and his granddaughter, Roger, and Brad 's girlfriend, Shelly ( I think she 's pregnant), and Zac and Rosemary Cox, whose marriage is reputedly on the skids and…Well, just come on over and we 'll talk!

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Published May 31st 2005 by Mira Books (first published 2002
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204 Rosewood Lane
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gave it

The narratio, Sandra Burr, again does a marvellou job of bringing Ms. Macomber ’ s haracters of Cedar Cove to life in this sixth nove of the series.

Nevertheless, the ba news is that librarian Grace Sherman gets answers to her husband of thirty-five years, an ’ s, disappearance that had us wondering in 16 Lighthouse Road.

Ms. Macomber does a onderful job of conveying how an argument can spiral out of control.

I do like the write ’ s comments on the reaso that once couples become financially secure, they can drift apart – pulled by varying interest and demands- and lose that sense of being partners against the world.There is plenty of life going on in this little town: babies, secrets, arguments and romance.

gave it

I read the fourth novel, 16 Lighthouse Road and enjoyed it, but I wanted to know muc about Jo and her family which lead me to read this book.

gave it

A nice way to spend a couple of days light reading is nothing to complain about!

gave it

Unfortunately, I ca n't say that this ook was a particularly ood read for a number of reasons:1.

There are way too many characters in this memoir.

Instead, we had Grace, Maryellen, Kelly, Olivia, Stan, Justine, Seth, Olivia 's rother, livia 's on, Charlotte, Jack, Nei, Eric, Shelly, their twin boys odd and Tedd, Zac, Rosie, and their kids Allison and Eddie, Annett and her son Sean, Bob and Peggy Beldon, Troy Davis the sheriff, Roy and Corrie ... I 'm probably missing a few.

It was an insane number of characters for one ook.

Keep your regular Tuesday night dates, learn to schedule your lives for God 's sake.

I will continue reading the series, but I really hope Macomber gets a grip on her haracters and dials it back a bit as the series continues.

gave it

I will read the ext one in the series too, because this one leaves you hanging as well.I 'm seeing a declin in these books that will probably make me stop reading after the next if it continues.What really bothers me is Macomber 's portrayal of all the mal haracters.

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I loved the stor and interactions between all of the storyline in the bestselling.

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