Postcards From Cedar Key

Postcards From Cedar Key

Book - 2013
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Berkley Whitmore, forty-six and never married, runs Berkley's Chocolates & Gems in Salem, Massachusetts. Also an avid knitter, she owns two alpacas whose wool she turns into yarn. You'd think such an accomplished woman would also be a confident woman, but Berkley doubts her ability to have a meaningful relationship. After her mother passes away, Berkley discovers a box of postcards and letters that lead her to Cedar Key. There she meets Saxton Tate III, a British mystery writer whose laid-back attitude and humor is precisely the balm she needs. With help from the locals, Berkley begins to unravel the secrets of her mother's mysterious past. And as she gradually comes to find acceptance, forgiveness, understanding, and resolution, she begins to believe that she might even find love.
Publisher: Thorndike, ME : Center Point Large Print, c2013
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9781611736472
Branch Call Number: Lg Print Romance DuL
Characteristics: 399 p. ; 23 cm


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Dec 05, 2014

Berkley moves to Cedar Key and opens "Berkley's Chocolates & Gems." While she's shy and self-conscious, the shop immediately does a good business, and helps her gain new friends. An English mystery writer is attracted to her, and helps her find the courage to learn the truth about her past. Another in this series about friendship and how it helps people. Upbeat is the name of the game in Du Long's Cedar Key.

mrsgail5756 Dec 21, 2013

The book was okay – but not one of my favorites.

Jul 22, 2013

Truffle making, romance and soft island breezes make for a great summer read.


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