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Publisher's Summary

A thriving bakery. A lighthouse to call home. A handsome beekeeper. A pet puffin. These are the things that Polly Waterford can call her own. This is the beautiful life she leads on a tiny island off the southern coast of England. But clouds are gathering on the horizon. A stranger threatens to ruin Polly's business. Her beloved boyfriend seems to be leading a secret life. And the arrival of a newcomer - a bereft widow desperately searching for a fresh start - forces Polly to reconsider the choices she's made, even as she tries to help her new friend through grief. Unpredictable and unforgettable, this delightful novel will make you laugh, cry, and long for a lighthouse of your own.
©2015 Jenny Colgan (P)2016 Tantor
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By Robin on 07-14-16

not as good as the first in the series

Lacking the novelty of the first book in the series, this one was good but not special. I also preferred the narrator for the previous book. In the end, I was glad to continue the stories of the beach street characters.

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By Christine "Chick Lit Luver" on 10-13-17

Not loving the narration

Yes the American accents are horrid. But they were in the first book of the series too. In the first book the American accents were all completely the same even though one was a standard American accent and one was a Southern one. And they all sounded like a easy weird version of Clint Eastwood, even tho they'd be youngish men. In this book the thing that's bothering me the most is the probable mispronunciation of Huckle's brother's name. Which I assume is DuBois and would either be pronounce du-bwah, or du-boyz, and she pronounces it du-bows which is driving me ca-razy. So it is ruining a sweet story but what are you going to do....

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