I sure have!
This delightful story is the eighth in a series that takes place in Cedar Cove, a small but bustling city in beautiful Washington state. The story is populated with vibrant and colorful characters and each new chapter provides a glimpse into their complex and interesting lives. The citizens of Cedar Cove are hairdressers, housewives and artists. Living, breathing people, they decorate Christmas trees, argue with their husbands, and shop at Wal-Mart. They have seen both sorrow and joy, and Ms. Macomber is a master at portraying them at their best, worst and most human. Their small town values of home and family shine through and though some of their stories don’t necessarily end on a positive note, the overall tone of the book is optomistic.
My only complaint is that the book had almost too many characters to keep track of and the sheer volume of stories within this story was almost mind boggling! Even so, I enjoyed this book immensely and have a feeling I’ll be returning to Cedar Cove in the very near future.
How about you? Read any good books lately?