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Silver Linings pdf Silver Linings, ebook Silver Linings, epub Silver Linings, doc Silver Linings, e-pub Silver Linings, Silver Linings adcc3b2b816 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERSet In Cedar Cove S Charming Rose Harbor Inn, Debbie Macomber S Captivating New Novel Follows Innkeeper Jo Marie And Two New Guests As They Seek Healing And Comfort, Revealing That Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining, Even When It Seems Difficult To Find Since Opening The Rose Harbor Inn, Jo Marie Rose Has Grown Close To Her Handyman, Mark Taylor Jo Marie And Mark Are Good Friends And Are Becoming Something Yet He Still Won T Reveal Anything About His Past When Mark Tells Her That He S Moving Out Of Town, Jo Marie Is Baffled Just When She Is Starting To Open Herself Up Again To Love, She Feels Once That She Is Losing The Man She Cares About And As She Discovers The Secret Behind Mark S Decision To Leave, She Welcomes Two Visitors Also Seeking Their Own Answers Best Friends Kellie Crenshaw And Katie Gilroy Have Returned To Cedar Cove For Their Ten Year High School Reunion, Looking To Face Down Old Hurts And Find A Sense Of Closure Kellie, Known As Coco, Wants To Finally Confront The Boy Who Callously Broke Her Heart Katie, However, Wishes To Reconnect With Her Old Boyfriend, James The Man She Still Loves And The One Who Got Away As Katie Hopes For A Second Chance, Coco Discovers That People Can Change And Both Look To The Exciting Possibilities Ahead Heartwarming And Uplifting, Silver Linings Is A Beautiful Novel Of Letting Go Of The Past And Embracing The UnexpectedPraise For Silver Linings A Heartwarming, Feel Good Story From Beginning To End No One Writes Stories Of Love And Forgiveness Like Macomber RT Book Reviews Macomber S Homespun Storytelling Style Makes Reading An Easy Venture She Also Tosses In Some Hidden Twists And Turns That Will Delight Her Many Longtime Fans Bookreporter Reading Macomber S Novels Is Like Being With Good Friends, Talking And Sharing Joys And Sorrows New York Journal Of Books


10 thoughts on “Silver Linings

  1. says:

    I honestly give up on this series This book was so shallow I m surprised it came from Debbie Macomber The story line was high school at best and the Jo Marie saga is just that A never ending saga that is repetative and honestly has become boring.The two guests at the Inn in this installment had no depth and were one dimensional I almost felt like this should be a YA book All the books lately seem to have the same plot Girl dislikes doesn t trust is out for revenge on boy Boy has no clue as to why Something happens and they end up together I m all for happy endings but some twists and turns to bring interest to how we get there is what makes a good book.Sad to say I m done I cannot justify my time reading a go nowhere series that is so light it could float Ms Macomber has come a far ways from the Cedar Cove series that stole my heart years ago Unfortunately she s gone the wrong way.


  2. says:

    I just finished Silver Linings Whew won t write a long review as I am likely to give spoilers if I write A big what on the ending I am already impatient for the next visit Rose Harbor Inn Debbie Macomber has left me hanging again what happens next Chapter 22 Bob and Jo Marie s conversation regarding Mark had my heart thumping in a state in my throat whew I sometimes felt disappointed, and impatient to hear what was going with Mark and then settled down into issues and the situations with all four regarding Jo Marie, Coco, Katie and Mark At the beginning I just wanted to find out what happened between Mark and Jo Marie but did get into the goings on with the Coco and Katie Enjoyed meeting them Liked the visit by Carrie and Finn and how they came to be staying at Rose Harbor Inn a perfect fit Totally understanding Finn s personality because he was in the book Starry Night a couple of years ago which I enjoyed Chapter 36 looking forward to visiting with Emily again and learning what is going on in her life..


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    Original Post Silver Linings Rose Harbor 4 at FLYLe F www.flylef.com I received this ARC for free through Goodreads First Reads TO MY PLEASANT surprise, the Silver Linings is a heartwarming story about forgiveness and healing It is uplifting and will leave you feeling warmed and comforted.Innkeeper Jo Marie Rose has always been fond of her handyman, Mark Taylor, but in a platonic way or so she thought When he reveals that he is in love with her, she comes to realize that he means to her than she s willing to admit As she struggles with her newfound feelings, she welcomes two visitors Coco Crenshaw and Katie Gilroy are in Cedar Grove to attend their 10 year high school reunion hoping to confront old ghosts and find closure.There are several reasons why I didn t rate this book higher 1 Jo Marie s story is told in her own voice Whereas Coco and Katie s vignettes are done in third person This was distracting and the transitions were jarring 2 The story centers mostly on the events at the high school reunion with too much immature high school like dramas 3 Coco s confrontation with her ghost was short lived and anticlimatic And, her encounter with an old crush immediately following her healing was a little too picture perfect.Despite these things, I couldn t put the book down And now I know why Somehow and somewhere, Katie wiggled her way into my heart and I couldn t help but adore her warmth, depth, and sacrifice Oh, you are tricky Ms Macomber, but in a good way.

    Katie s story is my silver lining She came to the reunion with her heart in her hands to find forgiveness from the one person she s ever truly loved James Harper Ms Macomber could not have written a character perfect and sweet than James Now 10 years later, Katie needs to let him know why she broke his heart She needs him to understand She needs his forgiveness Can the boy she loved, and still loves, forgive her of all the girls in school, he d chosen her He d loved her deeply, profoundly loved her than anyone before.


  4. says:

    When Mark leaves Cedar Cove for good, it breaks Jo Marie Rose s heart that he never cared about their friendship or anything She tries to move on and finds it hard to do so The Inn at Rose Harbor also gets two friends in for a High School reunion Can The Inn at Rose Harbor heals Jo Marie Rose s and the friends hearts All it takes is a little faith and hope that it will Read on for yourself and find out.This was another great installment of the Inn at Rose Harbor series If you are a fan of Debbie Macomber s books, definitely check this series out for yourself It is available at your local library and wherever books are sold.


  5. says:

    I won this ARC from a Goodreads giveaway I have never read any of this author s book, and after reading this book I want to go back and read all of the books in this series Well written, this book made me cry all throughout and had many surprising twists and turns What I thought would happen, especially at the reunion, didn t happen It continues the story of Jo Marie and tells the story of guests Coco and Katie Jo Marie finally decides it s time to move on, only to discover that she has to mourn the loss of someone else Coco and Katie attend their high school reunion with the hope of confronting and reconnecting with people from their pasts, except things don t go the way they each envisioned It was nice reading a love story that doesn t have the gratuitous sex and the excessive language I was kind of disappointed with the way Katie s story ended I felt like it ended too soon I hope that Coco and Katie show up in a future book so I can know how things turned out for them.


  6. says:

    This was my favorite book in this series so far Sometimes I like to pick up a book that I know will have a happy ending This was great


  7. says:

    Heartfelt, heart wrenching, heart warming This is definitely a novel with heart Macomber takes readers back to the beautify Rose Harbor in for a story packed full of emotion discovery Jo Marie s brief narration of her new life also makes this a good starting point for new readers to the series The reason for the name of the inn is fantastic With just two words Macomber connects the entire novel and the series together It sets the scene for what has happened and what will happen I really enjoyed how this novel wasn t a rushed weekend of rejuvenation These characters took much longer to get there Being able to follow each of them throughout their journey truly inspired me I really enjoy how Macomber focuses not only on Jo Marie s life but also on those of her guests The intersections of everyone s lives gives a sense of continuity The different tone of the writing as Macomber writes about the three major characters current life events really makes each of them stand out I love how their stories weave together My final thoughts on this one Oh my goodness Mark Macomber has me so fully entrenched in this world and the lives of her characters that my heart is pounding out of my chest I m dying to see how this all plays out.


  8. says:

    The fourth novel of the Rose Harbor series I really enjoyed reading Debbie Macombers novels You knew what you were going to get and it was nice to revisit old characters I feel that I need something from a novel now and I think I am giving up on Cedar Cove for now Silver Linings brought you back to Cedar Cove and the Rose Harbor Inn I found this novel to be disappointing The 2 guests were in their late 20s back for a high school reunion They still added like they were teenagers and I got quite annoyed very quickly I didn t like the story line with Jo Marie since it didn t really progress It got quite boring Overall, this is a perfect novel for fans of the series and Debbie Macomber However, I no longer think I am either Side note It really bothered me that Macomber spelt Lizzie Mcguire as Lizzy Mcguire, but that s just me


  9. says:

    Ick Just ick The Jo Marie Mark saga once again drags on and on The guests at Jo s Inn were annoying as hell Seriously, you re 10 years out of high school and you still want revenge on a boy Grow up High school sucked, move on.It was so bad, I couldn t wade through it and I finally skipped to the end, just to have it done with.I ve long been a Debbie Macomber fan, up until now, I ve read every book in her multiple series The ending of this book ended that It pissed me off enough that I will probably never read another book by this author.First there was the oh so convenient HEA for the stuck in high school girls But what really left a sour taste was the cliff hanger ending for Jo Marie and Mark What I have always liked about book series is the fact that we get to meet the same characters throughout, but each book is its own stand alone chapter that furthers the series With this series, not only has there been little to no progress with the main characters, now it feels to me that the author isn t sure enough of their appeal and her writing to believe that readers will pick up the next in the series because they want need , so she had to forcefully create that need with a cliff hanger.But as far as I am concerned, Jo Marie can continue being a wishy washy widow, wringing her hands and Mark can fall off that cliff and stay die in Afghanistan I won t be reading any further.


  10. says:

    Inkvotary4,5 starsDebbie Macomber YOU ARE KILLING ME How can you let your book end like this As always this book was the perfect mix of romance, drama, fun, pain and happyness But that end I was totally shocked when I turned the page and found NOTHING This is the first time that I found a cliffhanger in a Debbie Macomber novel Holy christ Jo Marie learns that Marks decision is final and that his preparation are going on while she tries everything to keep him in Cedar Cove Not happening, that I can tell you The author kept her beautiful writing style in this novel as well and it was a wonderful journey to see how all the different relationships were unfolding and going on And now I am going and try to get the next book, because I NEED TO KNOW what happens next.


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