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Cassidy [Paperback]

Lori Wick
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July 1 2007 Big Sky Dreams Series (Book 1)
Following the success of her recent stand-alone novel, White Chocolate Moments, bestselling author Lori Wick returns to delight readers with a new series set in the vast open places of Montana. Token Creek, Montana Territory, 1880-Cassidy Norton is a fine seamstress who makes her living sewing for others. Amid the bustle of a busy frontier town, her life is rich. What time her business doesnt take, her friends and church family fill. But Cassidy hasnt always lived in Token Creek, and few people know her full story. So she struggles with a nagging unsettledness in her heart. Cassidys friend Meg is married to a rancher and has a baby, something Cassidy wants for herself. But that would mean revealing the details of her life. Will Cassidy find the strength to take that risk? Book 1 in the Big Sky Dreams series.

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4.0 out of 5 stars a good book May 2 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I like the story line and the manner that Lori Wick has for writing books. When multiple books have been read by Lori Wick the ending seems predicable but still a fantastic read.
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1.0 out of 5 stars What Is Going On? July 31 2007
By Sylvia - Published on
I'm sorry to be critical, but I just had to write something. This is one of the worse Lori Wick books I have read. Her first books were interesting, enjoyable, had romance and kept my attention. This book was boring. No romance starts for the heroine until over half-way through the book! Even then the hero had no personality and was just bland. This book should have been called "Meg" instead of Cassidy. The brother and sister-in-law of the hero had way more page time then the main characters.

I appreciate Lori Wick having scripture and spiritual guidance in her books, but this one takes the cake. I counted six sermons in this book! I read this book for the romance and and enjoyable passtime. If I wanted to read a devotional book I would have read one instead.

I had to force myself to finish this. There was hardly any plot. Just people from all over the town carrying on conversations with other people that didn't even involve Cassidy!

I know Lori Wick has done better then this. When are we going to get something like the Californians, Camerons, Kensington Chronicles and Sophie's Heart? Those books had a plot, gave the people personalities and focused in on the main characters. We got maybe one or two sermons per book and lots of romantic moments. I hope this will get better in the next book.
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3.0 out of 5 stars What happened? July 28 2007
By Amazon Customer - Published on
I first discovered Lori Wick when I read the English Garden Series. She was brilliant. Also in many of her individual novels like The Princess and Sophies Heart. This book was a dissappointment to a big Lori Wick fan like myself. It was choppy and disjointed. The story was great and I loved the characters, but the overall form made it hard to read. Sorry, Lori, but this one isn't your best work.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing Aug. 14 2007
By Jina M. Warne - Published on
Lori Wick has been disappointing lately. Unfortunate Cassidy has fallen into that category as well. If Lori Wick can revert to her old writing style she will continue being successful. The new Lori Wick is quite lacking. I confess I couldn't finish Cassidy, it just didn't hold my interest.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cassidy by Lori Wick Sept. 19 2007
By Linda Glaspie - Published on
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Cassidy (Big Sky Dreams #1)All of Lori Wick's series are excellent, and this is no exception. I know the rest of the series (Big Sky Dreams) will be just as wonderful. I really enjoy the way that Lori Wick lets you know how all the main characters are feeling. She really captures feelings and emotions. I was right there in Cassidy's shoes as she went through her different problems, that became worked out by other Christians with true faith. What a great witness. Thank you, Lori.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Is this really a new book by Lori Wick? Aug. 13 2007
By Jane Bear - Published on
With this book just published in 2007, the implication seems to be this is a recently written book by Lori Wick. I was quite excited to start a new series. However, I think it is one of the blandest books I have read by her. The conversations of the characters were written without any personality... sort of the "hi how are you, I am fine" exchange of words. There was no suspense, few surprises and very little plot.

I was anxious to begin reading her books again after many years of other distractions. However after reading Cassidy, I am wondering if there is a ghost writer writing for Lori or if this was a book drawn out of some early works. I have great respect for Lori Wick and her talent, but this book was a big disappointment. I think I will stick to rereading her older books!

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