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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (Jan. 20 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1423348176
  • ISBN-13: 978-1423348177
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 13.2 x 3.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 136 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,174,475 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By Mary Carey on Nov. 15 2013
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My sister has already read the first 3 books in this series and she can't put it down. Can't wait to start.
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By Jannie Ensing on July 16 2013
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I found it very easy and pleasant reading, and would love the whole series of cedar cove at lower price.
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By Barbara Metcalfe on July 20 2014
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This book was a wonderful summer read, easy and enjoyable. I look forward to reading the next in the series.
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I have read all the stories in the books of the Cedar Cove Series, and I could not put any of the books down until I had finshed reading them. It is the best series I have read to date and I can hardly wait until the next one is publised. I believe that will be this coming fall and I will keep watch for it. The families in these books are so real, I can picture all of them as they move about in your stories. Please accept my congratulations on your talent Debbie.
Sincerely, Joyce
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By K. Stuckey on June 27 2004
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I 'abandoned ship' on this book towards the end when there was an explosion on the aircraft carrier - the same thing happened in one of Macomber's 'Navy' books. I probably won't finish this series because Grace and Dan weren't interesting enough to make me want to find out where he went anyway.
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By B. Kimble on Nov. 17 2003
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This book was good. I did think the characters Cecilia and Ian were sort of weak. They did not come across strong at all. I got 311 Pelican Court from the library not knowing there was a second book and Pelican Court was #3. After reading the reviews on Rosewood Lane, I will not read it. I found out in the third book what happened to Dan. I am enjoying Pelican Court.
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By K. Doll on Nov. 6 2003
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This is an excellent book. I couldn't put it down. If you prefer reading a heartwarming story about a comfortable and cozy small town rather than a big city thriller, this book is for you. Macomber does a wonderful job of defining her characters and really brining their personalities to life. Debbie Macomber is quickly climbing to the ranks of Danielle Steel and Nora Roberts.
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16 Lighthouse Road by Debbie Macomber
16 Lighthouse Road is a series of subplots within one book, where not one single subplot takes the lead. There are several stories found in this Macomber title. Olivia is a 50-something judge who presides over a divorce hearing and refuses to grant the divorce. The couple in question is Cecilia and Ian Randall, who have gone through their own private hell - loss of a baby which leads to their mess of a marriage.
Olivia herself is the focus of a subplot. She has been divorced for many years but has not remarried as her ex-husband has. Then, she meets Jack Griffin, newspaper editor of the local paper, and she finds herself interested. The feeling is mutual.
Another subplot is Charlotte, Olivia's mother, who is involved with many social groups including helping out at the hospital, where she meets an elderly man who cannot speak, because of a stroke.
Yet another subplot is the story of Justine, who is dating a much older man, and her mother is Olivia. She has no desire to settle down, but then starts to have conflicting emotions when she meets up again with an old high school mate, Seth.
There is nothing wrong with having several subplots in one book. The problem was that there was no main story, and the book reads like a soap opera. Debbie Macomber can write, but I have a feeling the fault here is her editor. There are repeated passages all over the book, where things could have been nicely condensed. Transitions from one scene to another are not very smooth. I would have enjoyed this book a lot better if someone had taken the time to proof read the book and do it right!
I have the second book in this series of books, 204 Rosewood Lane. I am hoping to find this book a much better edited book.
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