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After a five-year absence, Seth Quinn has returned home from Europe a world-renowned artist. He's ready to settle down in the same picturesque town on the Bay where the three step-brothers who raised him now live. Soon, Seth meets beautiful, independent Druscilla "Dru" Whitcomb Banks and falls in love with her almost immediately. Life takes on an idyllic glow until someone from his past begins blackmailing him again. Roberts, a best-selling author and the recipient of countless honors, including numerous RITAs as well as the Romance Writers of America Lifetime Achievement Award, has once again crafted a poignant and often humorous tale. True to style, she has also thrown in just enough of the paranormal to tantalize. Guaranteed to please the many fans who were waiting for Seth's story, this sequel to the original trilogy (Sea Swept, Rising Tides, Inner Harbor) is also an excellent stand-alone title. Libraries of all sizes will want to add this book to their collections and make sure they have the other three books in the series, too. Shelley Mosley, Glendale P.L., AZ
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You can't bottle wish fulfilment, but Nora Roberts certainly knows how to put it on the page --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
A great ending to an interesting series of books. It ties the whole story together and all ends well for all involved unless of course you are a criminal.Published 15 months ago by Joanne Williams
After reading book 3 - excited to start book four.
Discovered centre of the book had 5-6 ripped and missing parts of pages!
very disappointing!! Read more
Similar to one of the other books re new girl friend. It is a bit predictable, Still enjoyed the family dynamics.Published 20 months ago by Sonia Ostroff
It was a good "wrap up" of the characters. My only complaint is that her writing style became predictable. I really enjoyed all 4 books though!Published on Sept. 2 2013 by Darcy
I did not receive the Kindle version of this book or any of the other ones from this set off 4. I purchased the hard copies at my nearest bookstore!!!! Read morePublished on Aug. 11 2013 by Beverly Neufeld
I loved this book. My very first Nora Roberts was Key of Knowledge. Then I read most of her others, taking a break from time to time to fill in the gaps with biographies and... Read morePublished on July 27 2004
Chesapeake Blue is boring.The characters are weak,the dialogue forced, the conflict predictable and the resolution a tad too tidy. Read morePublished on July 10 2004
A friend recently gave me three books to read, telling me that I would love all of them. My first thought was, "(Groan) Here we go. Read morePublished on June 28 2004
SO FAR I'VE READ INNER HARBOR AND CHESAPEAKE BLUE. I'M NOT IMPRESSED WITH THESE BOOKS. I FELT AS THOUGH DRU AND SETH'S ROMANCE WAS FORCED AND THEY DIDNT SEEM TO BE COMPATIBLE IN... Read morePublished on June 22 2004 by Julie Sumner