Winter Cottage

Winter Cottage A gripping novel about family secrets and coming home for the first time.Still grieving the loss of her wandering, free spirited mother, Lucy Kincaid leaves Nashville for the faded town of Cape Hudson, Virginia She goes to see the house she s inherited one she never knew existed, bequeathed to her by a woman she s never even met At the heart of this mystery is the hope that maybe just maybe this Winter Cottage will answer the endless questions about her mother s past including the identity of her birth father.Rather than the quaint Virginian bungalow Lucy expected, Winter Cottage is a grand old estate of many shadows big enough to hold a century of secrets, passions, and betrayals It also comes with a handsome and enigmatic stranger, a man next in line to claim Lucy s inheritance.Now, as Lucy sifts through the past, uncovering the legacy of secrets that Winter Cottage holds, she ll come to discover as much about her family history as she does about herself In searching, she could finally find the one thing she s never really had a home. Download Winter Cottage – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 348 pages
  • Winter Cottage
  • Mary Ellen Taylor
  • 01 January 2018
  • 1503903885

10 thoughts on “Winter Cottage

  1. says:

    3.5 starsThis was a really enjoyable work of fiction that had elements of romance and mystery Lucy Kincaid was raised by her single mother, Beth After Beth dies, Lucy finds out she has inherited a house, known as the Winter Cottage, in the town of Cape Hudson, Virginia, which is where her mother grew up Lucy knows nothing about her mother s past, and what made her leave her hometown as a teenager and never return She stumbles upon some video recordings from the late 1980s of her then teenage 3.5 starsThis was a really enjoyable work of fiction that had elements of romance and mystery Lucy Kincaid was raised by her single mother, Beth After Beth dies, Lucy finds out she has inherited a house, known as the Winter Cottage, in the town of Cape Hudson, Virginia, which is where her mother grew up Lucy knows nothing about her mother s past, and what made her leave her hometown as a teenager and never return She stumbles upon some video recordings from the late 1980s of her then teenage mother interviewing the home s former owner, Catherine Buchanan, for a school project, and soon Lucy realizes this is a home filled with secrets of the past The story alternates between Lucy in the present day, her mother in the 1980s, and Claire working for the wealthy Buchanan family in the early 1900s Each of these characters brought something to the table in making this an interesting read however I really felt the mo...

  2. says:

    Loved it Look for this review on the Harlequin Junkies website in the near future www.harlequinjunkies.com

  3. says:

    EXCERPT Was it love at first sight Mrs Buchanan is silent for a long moment The drumbeat of secrets grows louder Yes But that love wasn t for my husband, Robert Blue eyes are calculating like the fox s were when he sniffed fresh fish in the trap Who See you on Friday ABOUT THIS BOOK Still grieving the loss of her wandering, free spirited mother, Lucy Kincaid leaves Nashville for the faded town of Cape Hudson, Virginia She goes to see the house she s inherited one she never knew ex EXCERPT Was it love at first sight Mrs Buchanan is silent for a long moment The drumbeat of secrets grows louder Yes But that love wasn t for my husband, Robert Blue eyes are calculating like the fox s were when he sniffed fresh fish in the trap Who See you on Friday ABOUT THIS BOOK Still grieving the loss of her wandering, free spirited mother, Lucy Kincaid leaves Nashville for the faded town of Cape Hudson, Virginia She goes to see the house she s inherited one she never knew existed, bequeathed to her by...

  4. says:

    Well now, I suppose it s a good thing I took a chance on Winter Cottage since I had no idea that Mary Ellen Taylor is also known as Mary Burton who writes romantic suspense novels that I ve read and enjoyed quite a few Now that I m done I can definitely see the same strong writing that pulls a reader into the story.This story centers around Lucy Kincaid who has just lost her mother to a battle with cancer and wants to honor her mother s last wishes of returning her ashes to her hometown of Cape Well now, I suppose it s a good thing I took a chance on Winter Cottage since I had no idea that Mary Ellen Taylor is also known as Mary Burton who writes romantic suspense novels that I ve read and enjoyed quite a few Now that I m done I can definitely see the same strong writing that pulls a reader into the story.This story centers around Lucy Kincaid who has just lost her mother to a battle with cancer and wants to honor her mother s last wishes of returning her ashes to her hometown of Cape Hudson, Virginia Lucy knows nothing of her mother s past or any extended family, it s only been the two of them against the world her whole life as her mother chose to leave and raise Lucy on her own.After arriving in such a small town Lucy becomes the talk of the town as she finds out that she s been named in the will of a local resident leaving her to care for Winter Cottage The home is aof a sprawling mansion than a cottage ...

  5. says:

    A generous thank you to netgalley and montlakeromance for an earc of this novel in exchange for a fair review The tree branches, bent by years of bay winds, reached over the road as if they were lovers trying to clasp hands I thoroughly enjoyed this story about two pasts converging in the present under the roof of a Virginia winter cottage Reminiscent of Lauren Willig s The Ashford Affair, the dual timeline approach added some nice atmospherics to this cozy fiction tale of second winds, s A generous thank you to netgalley and montlakeromance for an earc of this novel in exchange for a fair review The tree branches, bent by years of bay winds, reached over the road as if they were lovers trying to clasp hands I thoroughly enjoyed this story about two pasts converging in the present under the roof of a Virginia winter cottage Reminiscent of Lauren Willig s The Ashford Affair, the dual timeline approach added some nice atmospherics to this cozy fiction tale of second winds, second sails and second chances The past may not be pl...

  6. says:

    This book hit almost all the marks for me I love books that mix the past with the present and Winter Cottage definitely provided me with a wonderful read I have never read any books by this author and will definitely be seekingbooks written by her in the future The story is fairly simple Girl s mother dies, she finds that mom had inherited a cottage near the Chesapeake Bay Girl goes because she hopes to find her father there The simplicity ends there Lucy, the primary character, f This book hit almost all the marks for me I love books that mix the past with the pre...

  7. says:

    Winter cottage is a beautifully written book about different generations of people with a house in cape Hudson Lucy inherited the cottage which was not a cottage at all from a woman she had never met before The only link she had was her recently deceased mother With nowhere else to go she heads to the cottage to dig for answers The cottage comes with conditions Lucy has to live there for a month and all the money is to go to ren...

  8. says:

    Mary Ellen Taylor is back Or will be at the end of August 2018 I work with Mary Ellen and have had the opportunity to read an early version If you enjoyed Mary Ellen Taylor s previous books The Union Street Baker, etc as much as I did, you won t want to miss this It is not connected to her earlier Alexandria books, so don t expectabout the McCraes though I miss them, too It s a wonderful blend of disparate lives, past and present, capturing the rhythms of Virginia s eastern shore, Mary Ellen Taylor is back Or will be at the end of August 2018 I work with Mary Ellen and have had the opportunity to read an early version If you enjoyed Mary Ellen Taylor...

  9. says:

    4.5 StarsOriginal review can be found on my blog Review Winter CottageWhen I requested this book from NetGalley it was the cover that drew me in right away I didn t read anything about the book and went into it with no real knowledge of what it was about, and am I ever glad I did.In my opinion, this book is best experienced that way my apologize for posting the back copy text above for this reason I was pulled into this story right from the beginning, with a flashback to Lucy s mother as a 4.5 StarsOriginal review can be found on my blog Review Winter CottageWhen I requested this book from NetGalley it was the cover that drew me in right away I didn t read anything about the book and went into it with no real knowledge of what it was about, and am I ever glad I did.In my opinion, this book is best experienced that way my apologize for posting the back copy text above for this reason I was pulled into this story right from the beginning, with a flashback to Lucy s mother as a teenager and then you delve into Lucy s story I actually don t want to talk to much about this book, other then it was absolutely fantastic This book is listed as a romance and yes there is romantic elements and a love story within the book, it is so muchthan that If you love historical fiction, you will love this story It is told as...

  10. says:

    My first read under the name Mary Ellen Taylor and a delightful book it was I am so used to reading this author as Mary Burton that it took me by surprise how gentle and interesting it was Lucy has come to bring her Mother s ashes back to her small hometown, not wanting to stay as she loves her life in Nashville, but there is a hero called Hank and things go on from there I particularly liked the time shift, going backwards to Claire s story and retold to Beth, Lucy s Mum, by Mrs Buchanan who My first read under the name Mary Ellen Taylor and a delightful book it was I am so used to reading this author as Mary Burton that it took me by surprise how gentle and interesting it was Lucy has come to bring her Mother s ashes back to her small hometown, not wanting to stay as she loves her life in Nashville, but there is a hero called Hank and things go on from there I particularly liked the time shift, going ba...

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