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Summer Secrets by Barbara Freethy
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Jul 10, 2012

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Read in July, 2012

This is a fun book to read because it's engaging, predictible and has some great descriptions of sail boat racing in strong winds. Could have had more of the sail boating but enough to keep me engaged and not so much to turn off those who don't enjoy sailing. This is the story of three sisters who, with their father, emerge triumphant in a round the world sailboat race usually won by professionals and big crews. Eight years later, the're all in their little costal town keeping their secrets when a handsome reporter comes into town wanting to do a story about the family. What follows is somewhat predictible in terms of romance novels and entertaining in terms of mysteries. It's a fast read and a great diversion from some of the more serious books I've read recently.

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