Cassidy Knowles, the nation’s fastest rising food-and-wine writer, receives a gift. A calendar of lighthouses surrounding Seattle. And a dozen letters revealing a past she never knew.
Russell Morgan, born to a fortune, went out and made one of his own. With a calendar of lighthouses as a chart, he steps aboard a sailboat, seeking a new heading for his future.
Where their courses collide? That is Where Dreams Are Born.
Slow start. Great finish.
I almost gave up on this book. Was thisclose to doing so. The slow development and constant mentions of which designer Cassidy wore grated on me. I simply didn’t care. I didn’t need to be told eighteen times that she had a Michael Khors parka. I didn’t care.
But then, the designers stuff eased. We got to know the characters. I began to appreciate the slow build of their relationship. I was glad I stuck it out as I really grew to care about them and feel invested in their story.
The surface levelness of the beginning belies the depth of the latter portions. Definitely worth continuing.
Where Dreams are Born
Loved, loved, loved it!
I enjoyed this book so much, my only cavil is that it ended too soon.
The connecting theme with letters & lighthouses during a calendar year was wonderful, as were all the descriptions of sailing, sail boats, and the islands of the Pacific Northwest, enjoyable characters. Honestly, I didn’t want this book to end.
Please Mr. Buchman, more books including sailing!