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The Guestbook (Madrona Island, #1) Fleeing Her Picture Perfect Marriage Among The Privileged Set Of Brentwood And The Wreckage Of A Failed Marriage, Lily Parkins Decides To Move To The Only Place That Still Holds Happy Memories, Her Grandmother S Old Farmhouse The Lush And Majestic Setting Of The Pacific Northwest Calls To Her And Offers A Place Of Refuge And Perhaps Renewal Her Grandmother Has Passed Away, Leaving The Madrona Island Bed Breakfast Inn To Lily Left With Only An Old Guestbook As Her Guide A Curious Book Full Of Letters, Recipes, And Glimpses Into Her Family History Lily Is Determined To Embrace Her Newfound Independence And Recreate Herself, One Page At A Time With The Help Of The Quirky Island Residents She Has Befriended, She Slowly Finds The Strength To Seek Out Happiness On Her Own Terms But As Soon As She Has Sworn Off Men And Is Standing On Her Own Two Feet, Lily Meets Ian, The Alluring Artist Who Lives Next Door, And Her New Life Is Suddenly Thrown Off Course The Last Thing She Wants To Do Right Now Is To Open Her Heart To Another Man Ultimately, Lily Must Decide If It S Worth Giving Up Her Soul For Security Or Risking Everything To Follow Her Heart.

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10 thoughts on “The Guestbook (Madrona Island, #1)

  1. says:

    Had potential but Honestly, I don t know why there are so many good reviews onor Goodreads There were so many unfinished plots in this book For example, a father who has not seen the main character but leaves threatening messages in the mailbox but never makes an appearance There

  2. says:

    3.75 to 4 stars After finding out that her husband was cheating on her, Lily Parkins left her comfortable life in Los Angeles for Madrona Island The island was a significant part of Lily s childhood It is also where her grandmother lived as a proprietor of BB, which she left to Lily when

  3. says:

    This would normally be a total fluff read with the typical scripted story frame of a harlequin romance, but it s biggest failing was the horrid inconsistencies and errors throughout the book I m not a critical reader by any means, but these inconsistencies were so glaringly obvious, I wonder if a

  4. says:

    At best, this is a mediocre book Lily and Ian are both terrific people and a great match they find each other unexpectedly as she s still trying to get through a divorce and he s still recovering from his wife s death Probably my favorite character in the story though is Betty, how hilarious I still thin

  5. says:

    really disappointed in this book I tried but it was hard to make it through

  6. says:

    Great storyline, but the writing was terrible The author does an excellent job of describing scenery and what s going on, but the dialogue is badly written, very stilted I wouldn t mind finding out about the other character s stories in books 2...

  7. says:

    Judging by some of the other reviews, this seems to be a love it or hate it book I really enjoyed it I honestly don t understand what some of the negative reviews were for The writing style was wonderful Beautifully descriptive painting a scenery I could easily imagine myself in, feeling and smelling as the characters were, and

  8. says:

    This book is very poorly written to the point where I can t figure out why it s getting so many good reviews The author constantly violates the rule of show, don t tell I m pretty sure the author doesn t have a good dictionary in her arsenal because she used the same set of adjectives to describe things Ian s body was always beautiful

  9. says:

    My Love for the three mentioned authors in the synopsis only heightened my interest in this book But, once inside the pages, I was neverpleased and engrossed with the story of Lily Parkins by author Andrea Hurst She won me over very quickly to say the least.Author Andrea Hurst is now on my list to continue to find and read as many as I can get

  10. says:

    This was a charming book Lily s marriage goes bad, her estranged grandma leaves her a lovely old BB on Medrona Island in the Pacific NW I loved the setting and longed to explore Lily s love of cooking is a shared passion with me, and the food was also a high point The characters were well done and the love story, while a bit predictable, was sweet I w

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