This is the 8th book in the Lakeshore Chronicles series by Susan Wiggs.
Daisy has been featured in prior books with a focus on her troubles and
relationship with Julian Gastineaux. Fans of this series waited for Daisy's story to be told and I think they will be pleasantly surprised by this book. If you haven't read previous books in this series, there are enough backstory's re-told to give you a feel for events that have happened in the past.
This is a difficult review to write because I don't want tospoil the book for those who would like to read it.
That said, the love triangle between Daisy, Logan and Julian continues.
Julian is in the air force, Logan still carries a torch for Daisy and
continues to be an active parent to their son Charlie.
Daisy is no longer a teenager, but a twenty-something woman with a
career as a wedding photographer and aspirations to one day have her
photographs displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
She is a loving, single Mom who has a troubled love life due to the fact
that she's always felt a deep connection with Julian, but he is away in the air force and Logan is there daily participating in his sons life.
There are many twists and turns in this story. So much so that I was up
late at night reading because I couldn't wait to see what would happen
next! I finished this book in 4 days, which is awesome for me since it usually takes me about a week to get through a book due to Mom duties and