74 Seaside Avenue

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74 Seaside Avenue

Cedar Cove Series, #7

Contemporary Romance readers grab your favorite cup of joe sit back and relax because when you start reading about the residents of Cedar Cover you will instantly feel like a local. Ms. Macomber has taken this reviewer to a town where women are looking for love even if it is under their noses. You will inevitably adore two best friends that share every secret with each other and cannot help but sympathize when one of them discovers she's been diagnosed with a serious illness. You will also meet Bobby and Teri Polger. A couple whose husband is a champion chess player and after his wife is threatened by a fellow competitor, fears for his new bride's life.

An excellent read with a menagerie of characters filled with heartfelt emotions and life situations that moved this reviewer. Ms. Macomber's ability to create such easy dialogue is the primary element that will capture the reader's heart and give them joyful and pleasant memories of the trials in the lives of the residents of Cedar Cove. A memorable story that is sure to warm the heart and soothe the soul.


Book Blurb for 74 Seaside Avenue

74 Seaside Avenue

Cedar Cove, Washington

Dear Reader,

I'm living a life I couldn't even have dreamed of a few years ago. I'm married to Bobby Polgar now (you know, the famous chess champion who just happens to be the man I love!). And we've got this beautiful house with a view of Puget Sound.

Lately something's been worrying Bobby, though. When I asked, he said he was "protecting his queen"-and I got the oddest feeling he wasn't talking about chess but about me. He wouldn't say anything else.

Do you remember Get Nailed, the beauty salon in Cedar Cove? I still work there. I'll tell you about my friend Rachel, who's got two men interested in her (count 'em, two). And I'll let you in on what I've heard about Linnette McAfee, who left town when her love life fell apart. (That kind of trouble I know all about.) Come in soon for a manicure and a chat, okay?

Teri (Miller) Polgar


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2007 4.50