The Calhoun Chronicles Bundle
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The Calhoun Chronicles Bundle

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Award-winning New York Times bestseller and consummate storyteller Susan Wiggs brings you three enthralling historical romances about unconventional women and the men who learn to love them. Included in this bundle are The Charm School, The Horsemaster's Daughter and Halfway to Heaven.

Kindle Edition, 948 pages
Published (first published August 1st 2007)
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Beanbag Love
The Charm School: I actually liked this one. A shipboard romance, go figure! It takes place in the early 1850's, partly in Boston, partly in Rio de Janeiro and on the journey there. Ryan Calhoun and Isadora Peabody are a nice lead couple and her transformation from ugly duckling to swan was about as organic as such a story line can get.

The Horsemaster's Daughter: Interesting premise, fairly boring execution. Hunter Calhoun, widowed father of two young children, and Eliza Flyte -- a woman raised...more
Diane Tuck
The Charm School was an excellent read and it alone I would have rated 5 stars. The following two books were terrible disappointments. The Horsemaster's Daughter would have been alright except for the author's ignorance about horses. Having been a horseperson my entire life, I was sorely disappointed in her rendition of the whole horse scene. As to the last book, it was just too much of the same theme. It quickly bored me and I couldn't even finish reading it. My main problems with this author i...more
Kay Van Slyke
Loved these three books. I would also give this 4.5 stars if I could. I think my favorite of the three was Charm School. I really enjoyed the Ryan Calhoun and Isadora Peabody characters. The stories were pretty predictable but who cares, they were fun to read!!
I really enjoyed these 3 stories. The women are strong and independent Interesting storylines and ancillary characters are believable.
I could not get into the third book, about Jamie Calhoun. I liked the book about Ryan, but I loved the book about Hunter.
read the first two books they were great still need to read the third one
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Susan Wiggs's life is all about family, friends...and fiction. She lives at the water's edge on an island in Puget Sound, and she commutes to her writers' group in a 17-foot motorboat. She serves as author liaison for Field's End, a literary community on Bainbridge Island, Washington, bringing inspiration and instruction from the world's top authors to her seaside community. (See
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