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Spring's Wake

Spring s Wake Nora Calhoun keeps her life just like her Provincetown B and B neat and tidy She s thrilled when her niece Graham comes to stay with her while completing her graduate fieldwork aboard the Dolphin Fle

  • Title: Spring's Wake
  • Author: Aurora Rey
  • ISBN: 9781635550351
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nora Calhoun keeps her life just like her Provincetown B and B, neat and tidy She s thrilled when her niece Graham comes to stay with her while completing her graduate fieldwork aboard the Dolphin Fleet She s less than thrilled when Graham starts hanging out with Willa Lange, a sexy wanderer who works for the Fleet and seems to have her sights set on Graham.At the encourNora Calhoun keeps her life just like her Provincetown B and B, neat and tidy She s thrilled when her niece Graham comes to stay with her while completing her graduate fieldwork aboard the Dolphin Fleet She s less than thrilled when Graham starts hanging out with Willa Lange, a sexy wanderer who works for the Fleet and seems to have her sights set on Graham.At the encouragement of her sister Emerson, Will s short stay in Ptown becomes a fresh start She s doing great a decent job, a place of her own, and new friends But when she meets Nora, she finds herself pining for The only problem Nora is fifteen years her senior and doesn t like her Can the women overcome past hurts and find love or will their affair leave battered hearts in its wake Cover Artist Jeanine HenningGenres Contemporary Romance

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    1. 3.5 Stars. Not my favorite book of the series, but still a good read. While there are some characters in this from previous books, you could start at this book if you really wanted to. My personal recommendation would be to read book 2 first, than this one. Two main characters are sisters; one is the main in book 2, the other is the main in this book. Book 1 is more on its own, while the last two books are more connected. This is an age-gap romance, I think about a fourteen year difference. Ther [...]

    2. This book is kind of frustrating, with so much back and forth, mostly back and back. And really Nora is unpleasant overall, even the excuse of her ugly last relationship, did't justifies her bad behaviour towards Will. Poor Will, a little bit naive and so much kind hearted for her own good. So, this is a romance with an issue of age gap, fourteen years gap, in wich from the start you keep hoping for the other shoe to drop, given so much reluctance to accept the atraction, from both MC, mainly No [...]

    3. This novel is book 3 in the Cape End Romance Series by Aurora Rey. I would advise all readers to read Winter’s Harbour and Summer’s Cove first for continuity with protagonists throughout the series.One of my favourite subplots is age-gap romance and this novel definitely falls into that category. Spring’s Wake has shot to number one in my age-gap romance favourites shelf. So a little about the book Nora runs her own successful B&B in Provincetown, which is her life, and she loves it. S [...]

    4. Brilliant! This is why Aurora Rey is my favourite author! This is the third book in the Cape End Romance Series - you don't need to read the other two to read and enjoy this one. Although, it is nice to reconnect with some of the other couples from previous books as they are mentioned on occasion in this book. When Will finishes the summer season working on the Dolphin Fleet with her new friend Graham, she finds herself facing the winter with no jobs lined up. It's hard to find a job in Province [...]

    5. This is actually a very nice book, with an interesting development, and a plot that is pretty appealing, at least to me. I am a fan of any May-September and May-December pairings. However, I had a great problem with one of the characters in this book. I didn't like Will at all. She seems very servile, she rarely speaks her own mind without being timid of others' opinions; we figure pretty early that she has a huge crush on Nora, but her being flirtatious or trying to seduce Nora kinda seems like [...]

    6. This is the third book in the Cape End Romance series by Aurora Rey and another wonderful love story. Nora runs a guest house in Provincetown and has had her niece Graham staying with her while she works on the tourist boats. When Graham brings her friend Will home Nora finds herself disconcerted. After a bad break-up in the past she has kept away from women and is disturbed at the attraction to this younger woman. Will is bowled over too but neither of them have the guts to act on their attract [...]

    7. So I came a little late to the Cape End Romance series and have just read the last two. But this one was just as good as the one before. I really enjoyed Will and at first had to remember who she was from the previous book, but once I realized it made her all the more interesting. It was good to see Darcy and Emerson again as well. The only issue I really had was Nora. She could be a little annoying. The assumptions she had about will bugged me. But I'm sure that is what Rey was going for, so mi [...]

    8. Love this series. With each book Aurora Rey gets better and better. Her characters are always very well developed and her descriptions of Provincetown are spot on! The love scenes are hot! Full disclosure I won a contest and got to name a character in the book so that was super cool! My character is awesome!! Wonder who the Autumn book will feature, maybe Graham? I will be sad to see the series end, but it’s been wonderful. I love how the characters from the previous books show up and we get t [...]

    9. What a wonderful read. Interesting characters and a lovely heartwarming story line with some back and forth misunderstandings. Nora Calhoun is relationship shy with good reason. Willa Lange is looking for a fresh start and stability. Graham (Nora's niece) and Emerson (Willa's sister) make wonderful additions to the story as they provide feedback, encouragement, and support. I appreciate the depth of character and the Provincetown description. The read had me thinking about family, forgiveness, a [...]

    10. 4 starsAnother good romance in the Cape End series with a nice plot, great setting and two interesting leads. Recommended to all romance fans especially for those who love butch/femme and younger/older relationships. I'm totally looking forward to the next book in the series.eARC via NetGalley

    11. Spring’s Wake was about taking a chance on a new love after having experienced a previous emotional heartbreak. The characters needed to deal with a myriad of feelings throughout the story, especially for Nora who kept comparing Will to her former girlfriend. So naturally, Nora guarded her heart to a point that almost proved to be disastrous to her relationship with Will. At times, however, it was hard to believe that Nora still had trouble coming to terms with the fact that everything Will di [...]

    12. This is a nice second book to the series and it is fun to see how previous characters developed and meeting the new ones. It is a typical romance story with many ups and dows and a happy end. I enjoyed reading it but it not a memorable story.

    13. I like this series. Maybe not particularly memorable, but nice while reading.That’s a lot more than you can say for some of the books out there.I wouldn’t mind if there were more books coming. That the setting is lovely certainly doesn’t hurt.

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