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Three Down the Aisle (Rose Cottage Sisters #1)

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Melanie D'Anglelo seeks solace from heartbreak at Rose Cottage, her grandmother's home on the banks of the Chesapeake Bay. There she finds new love with Stefan Mikelewski and his six-year old daughter.
Mass Paper Back, 241 pages
Published February 1st 2005 by Silhouette (first published 2005)
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After a relationship-gone-wrong, Melanie D'Angelo is convinced by her three sisters to quit her job and "heal" at their grandmother's home, Rose Cottage. She leaves Boston and heads to the small community of Irvington, Virginia, with plans to fix up Grandma's old house. Her best intentions are to forget about the recent past and regroup.

Run-down and neglected, the 'Lindsey' cottage was a long-time dream of Stefan Mikelewski, aka Mike. It was a house he once tried to buy but the out-of-state owne
Having spent a week up to my ears in my last paper for my class, I wanted a break. I knew Woods would give me what I want: romance with a little humor. I got exactly that.

I don't think I could have picked another book to read that was so different than my research project. Now back to my paper.
Roz Curney-Sherod
This was a very interesting love story! You knew it was going to have a HEA but the fun was getting there. The hero had some very real issues and his background was more real to life and believable then the heroine who I feel had blown her issues out of context. I was rolling my eyes everytime her issue was mentioned, It was like, "get over it". I will continue the series because of the other sisters, whom I would like to read their stories.
Kim Reads (Read Your Writes Book Reviews)
I really loved this book. Rose Cottage was the home of the D’Angelo sisters’ grandmother. When the grandmother was alive, the house showed the love that Grandma Lindsey had for it. The garden was loving and welcoming. Since grandma passed away, the house wasn’t visited very often, thus no one was there to love it like she did. Melanie comes for a visit/vacation and the magic of Rose Cottage begins.
While this definitely isn't the sort of book I usually gravitate towards, I found it to be readable enough to hold my interest. I was annoyed with both Mike and Melanie, the hero and heroine, at different intervals (which seems to be a common occurance with me when it comes to romance novels) but ultimately it was enjoyable enough to prompt me to pick up the second in the series.
A very pleasant story - I just thought that it ended too soon. Would have liked to have seen more interaction between the six-year-old and Melanie. I found that to be interesting how she was able to handle the little girl. Would recommend to those who enjoy a nice and easy going romance.
09/08/05 #157
GENRE/PUB DATE/# OF PGS: Romance, 2005, 234 pgs
COMMENTS: 1st in the Rose Cottage quartet featuring
the D'Angelo sisters. Sweet story focusing on Melanie.

Jul 28, 2011 Lisa added it
This is a very goood book. One minute your laughing at the sisterly affection and ribbing, the next you're shaking your head at their antics, or sitting up in your seat, mentally asking yourself, "What's going to happen next?"
This was a happy feel-good love story. I really enjoyed that the story show-cased all four sisters. It love the idea that you can be independent, as well as a tightly knit family.
This is my first Rose Cottage book and I really enjoyed it. The problems that the characters faced were so real and the reader can relate to them easily.
Char (1RadReader59)
This is a fun series about sisters. I totally enjoyed it being Hispanic & this about an Italian family I could totally relate.
This is a nice enjoyable series of books.
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