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92 Pacific Boulevard (Cedar Cove #9)

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Dear Reader,

I'm not much of a letter writer. As the sheriff here, I'm used to writing incident reports, not chatty letters. But my daughter, Megan—who'll be making me a grandfather soon—told me I had to do this. So here goes.

I'll tell you straight out that I'd hoped to marry Faith Beckwith (my onetime high school girlfriend) but she ended the relation...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published September 1st 2010 by Mira (first published 2000)
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Laura
3 1/2 stars

In this book we return to Cedar Cove and pick up where 8 Sandpiper Way and A Cedar Cove Christmas left off. Sheriff Troy Davis is lamenting the fact he let his first love go for the second time. Faith Beckwith may still love Troy, but he let her go and she has no intention of giving him another chance.

This is supposed to be a story about Faith and Troy, but it seems that all the other characters from Cedar Cove take over the story. Olivia, Grace, and Charlotte of course play a part i...more
Natalie
I don't usually say this about Macomber's books that belong to a series, but this is one that you need to have already been invested in all the storylines to read and get the most out of it. Most of the relationships in this novel had begun in the previous novel, 8 Sandpiper Way. That is usually the case in the Cedar Cove books- as one novel follows the next- but it had been awhile since I read the previous one, and I found myself racking my brain to remember what had happened to the character's...more
Shelley
I have read all the books in this series and they are getting increasingly annoying. I loved Macomber's Blossom Street series and I fear she used all her actual talent on those books because the Cedar Cove series is just a mess.

First, there were a few mistakes such as referring to Grace as Grace Sherman and then switching back to Grace Harding. That was something the editor should have caught. But here are the things that are really annoying:

1. This book is supposed to focus on Troy and Faith, b...more
Pat
I love these books and the characters, but I almost have forgotten what was going on from a year ago and now I will have to wait another year for the next book,
Jill
I love to read Debbie Macomber's books because I always come away feeling a bit more positive about life and people in general. This book is her latest in the Cedar Cove series. The fictional town of Cedar Cove is based on her own town and at the end of August they hosted Cedar Cove Days and from what I've read it sounds like it was a big success (I did not attend the event).

This series started 9 years ago and she releases a new installment at the end of the summer each year. The number at the b...more
TBML
Weather you are a new reader or an old fan of Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove series, you will not be disapointed in this new addition. Established fans will visit with old familiar friends while getting to know new neighbors. However if you are new to the series, don't worry, Debbie Macombers writing style will allow you to get to know each character's back story enought to get you caught up on thier lives without boring established series readers.

Althought this book has been designated a mystery,...more
Ashley
As much as I want to, I can't stop read these books. I think I'll just read one more to see what happens. They are so scripted and predictable. Everything always turns out "nice" so that is comforting to know the angst ridden sweethearts will get together in the end. Reading these books clear my mind in between my other summer reads.
Donna
92 Pacific Boulevard is where Sheriff Troy Davis lives. His wife had passed away a little over a year ago. His daughter, Megan, is married and now expecting her first child after a miscarriage. Troy has become reacquainted with his high school sweetheart, Faith Beckwith, and has started dating her. Recently Faith's home has been vandalized and many more attempts to break in. At first it seemed personal, according to Troy. But lately he suspects not so personal to Faith but in another way. Troy d...more
Suzanne
I just love this series!! I love revisiting all the characters and their lives!! It's gonna be hard to wait until Sept. 2010 to read the next one.
This book tells us what happened with Troy & Faith, Christie & James and the others. The author did introduce new characters & we'll have to see how those end up in the next book. I don't know Debbie will 'wrap it up' in the next one(I heard that will be the last one in the series)but who knows, the author might entice her to add to the ser...more
Chris
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Glenda L
When I want something light and happy, I love to read Debbie Macomber books and this one didn't disappoint. This is a great series ... whatever will we do when Cedar Cove runs out of addresses? I feel like all the residents are my friends.
Phyllis

There 12 books in The Cedar Cove Series. Each address belongs to one character or couple and the main story or mystery revolves around him, her or them while all the other characters continue to make an appearance and continue forward with their lives. From when the series began most of the characters are the same although their lives have changed. This book deals with Sheriff Troy Davis and Faith Beckwith who was his first love but due to circumstances they ended up happily married to other peo...more
Drebbles
Troy Davis, Sheriff of Cedar Cove, has plenty on his mind as he investigates the case of skeletal remains found in a cave outside of town. While he is thrilled that his daughter Megan is pregnant, he is saddened by the rift in his relationship with Faith Beckwith and is anxious to repair it. He is worried about Faith's welfare as someone keeps vandalizing her house. He is also worried about his friend Olivia Griffin's battle with breast cancer. Other Cedar Cove residents also have their own issu...more
Drebbles
Troy Davis, Sheriff of Cedar Cove, has plenty on his mind as he investigates the case of skeletal remains found in a cave outside of town. While he is thrilled that his daughter Megan is pregnant, he is saddened by the rift in his relationship with Faith Beckwith and is anxious to repair it. He is worried about Faith’s welfare as someone keeps vandalizing her house. He is also worried about his friend Olivia Griffin’s battle with breast cancer. Other Cedar Cove residents also have their own issu...more
Joy  Cagil
In Cedar Cove, the sheriff Troy Davis lives at 92 Pacific Boulevard after his wife’s death. Succumbing to his daughter Megan’s antics, Troy had broken off his relationship with his first and real love Faith Beckwith. Faith is now back in town, and their renewed relationship as friends is not satisfactory to both Faith and Troy. But now, Megan has made a one hundred-eighty degree turn and is encouraging his father’s relationship with Faith. What caused Megan’s change of heart is lost to the reade...more
Chris
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JazzRizz
I enjoyed this book, but I wouldn't say it's my favorite of the whole bunch. Troy & Faith leave me a little cold. I think it's sweet that high school sweethearts get back together all these years later, but the whole build up on this relationship just frustrated me. I was happy Megan befriended Faith though.

I love, love, love Mack & Mary Jo's relationship & can hardly wait to get to their HEA.

I'm interested to see how Linc & Lori's relationship unfolds. Tanni & Shaw's relati...more
Cara
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Marianne
92 Pacific Boulevard is the 9th full length novel in the Cedar Cove series by popular American author, Debbie Macomber. Fans will welcome another instalment in the lives of favourite Cedar Cove characters. Sheriff Troy Davis has a lot on his plate: Mayor Louie Benson is pressuring him to resolve the cold case of the bones found in the cave to ward off adverse publicity for the town and Faith Beckwith, the woman he had hoped to marry, refuses to have anything to do with him even though her rental...more
Andrea O'Brien
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Kathy
and the soap opera continues...

Olivia has started chemotherapy, and her friends and family are all rallying around.... a touching description of different ways friends offer support.

Will.... has he changed, or not? it seems he wants to, but... I think the chase will be more to him then the relationship... name forgotten, but... ____ widowed when her husband died on his motorcycle... a fabric artist... her daughter _____ is quite angry and withdrawn... and artist herself by talent & training,...more
Erica
It was a decent addition to the series, with some cute moments. However, I have to agree with many other folks that this series is becoming a bit too convoluted. All the different storylines make it hard to remember which book I'm reading. Plus, the games people play when they are in love are ridiculous. I don't know if Ms. Macomber was running out of ideas on how to create "romantic tension", but most sane, mature adults would have walked away from the dysfunctional relationships she has set up...more
Jessica
I can't believe I have to wait 12 more months for book number 10!! The wait in between books in the series makes me crazy. I love these characters, I love this book, I love this series, I want MORE!! Great book and the end leaves me desperately wanting to read the next book. September 2010 can't come soon enough as far as reading the next book is concerned.

My only complaint, which still didn't keep me from giving it a five-star rating, is that some of the incidents and/or relationships between...more
Joyce
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Kathie
I don't think I have ever read any Debbie Macomber's books before and thought I would try this one since it was rated higher than her others. What a disappointment. I believe the author was trying to introduce every inhabitant of the small town. Although there were two events that raised some interest and added a little mystery to the story they were wrapped up rather hurriedly near the end of the book. Most characters were very sketchily developed. There were two couples who hastily decided to...more
Lynda
Oct 03, 2013 Lynda rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone interested in Cedar Cove series
Again, the reader finds himself in the midst of the Cedar Cove residents' lives. I really enjoyed the developments in Mary Jo Wyse's and Mack McAffe's relationship. Love can be complicated. Trust can be illusive once someone is hurt. Communication is the key. Keep talking. Yet, every couple in this edition of the Cedar Cove novels finds it hard to keep the communication lines open and be honest about their feelings.

Sheriff Troy Davis and Faith Beckwith don't want to be hurt again. In time they...more
Christy Farmer
92 Pacific Boulevard is book 9 of Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove series.

Spring has sprung in Cedar Cove and love is in the air! Several marriages take place along with the birth of several children . . .

The mystery in Cedar Cove centers around Sheriff Troy Davis' former flame Faith. As he and Faith try to rekindle their romance, it seems someone doesn't welcome Faith's presence. . .

A body is discovered in a cave. The identity of the body is resolved.

Mack and Mary Jo face their own obstacles when...more
Leya
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Nicola
Surprisingly I found this book a little difficult to complete. In my opinion there were too many characters and too many storylines. I found the story a little confusing, jumping from character to character, troubled romance to troubled romance. I realize that all the characters are connected in some way, however I found this story very choppy. Perhaps reading the rest of the series would help me to straighten things out, but I do will not rush out to find them. I am not even sure if I remember...more
Amy Kitchell-Leighty
I didn't realize until now that this book is number 9 in series of Cedar Grove books.

On another note, I liked this book for its simplicity and easy going style. I've read other books by Macomber and they all have that same feel good touch to them. It's a nice break to read something like this once in awhile.

92 Pacific Boulevard is the address of the town sheriff, Troy Davis. Troy is among a long line of other Cedar Grove residents who flitter in and out of the chapters, sometimes bumping into e...more
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Debbie Macomber is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and one of today’s most popular writers with more than 170 million copies of her books in print worldwide. Macomber brings to life the compelling relationships that embrace family, community and enduring friendships, filling her readers with a sense of love and hope.

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