Sydney Myers has been through several failed relationships in the past year, in addition to several other trauma's, and is now giving up on finding her knight in dented armor. When her boss sends her to Ruby Lake, a small, rural town in northern Wisconsin, the last thing she was looking for was love at first sight, not to mention a place in the world where she finally fits. Add in her city-savvy best friend, a jealous ex-girlfriend, a famous father, and a coffee shop full of off-the wall characters, and it becomes more challenging for Sydney to manage than a spinning plate competition.
When disaster strikes close to home, Sydney is left with the unbearable choice of her family, or the life she has always dreamed of. Come with Sydney on her journey and laugh, cry and rediscover why some choices are not really choices at all, they are simply fate.
5.0 out of 5 stars What a great book, April 21, 2012
By Book Lover "CYN" (Virginia)
This review is from: Ruby Lake (Kindle Edition)
Sydney Myers may be my favorite character. She is a woman who speaks her mind. She doesn't mince words and is not going to let anyone walk over her. When she is sent to Ruby Lake for her job, she finds people who love her and people who hate her. She puts them all in their place and then goes back home leaving a boyfriend who eventually follows her. It was a great book. I would recommend it to all romance lovers.
I started reading when I was 3 and my parents encouraged me to start writing soon after. I wrote my first poem at age 5 (about a tree I believe) and this has been my passion for my entire life. Writing is what keeps me sane, and hopefully, connects me to others. I've always felt we are all connected, whether through experiences, blood or community. With my writing, my ultimate hope is to transcend barriers and reach out to those I might otherwise never meet.
I'm always writing in my head, and there are days I don't get a word done on the manuscript, and other days it just flows like a winding river, picking up it's own pace as I keep writing. No matter what your passion is - do it. Don't listen to the critics, the naysayers - believe in yourself despite what others say you can't do. Truly, the best revenge isn't just living well, sometimes it's also being able to smile triumphantly at those who tried to hold you back.
Amazon US link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0054YF89A
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