Review: Sunrise on Cedar Key by Terri DuLong

Sunrise on Cedar Key by Terri DuLong
Series: Cedar Key (#3)
Release Date: November 1, 2011
Publisher: Kensington Books
Page Count: 309
Source: Author

Set on the enchanting island of Cedar Key, Terri DuLong’s new novel weaves a warm, welcoming tale of second—and even third—chances, of long-held secrets, and newfound loves…
For the second time in ten years, Grace Stone is starting over on Cedar Key. Grace first moved to the serene island to escape a disastrous relationship. Now a visit with her Aunt Maude is interrupted by unwelcome news: Grace’s apartment and coffee shop have been destroyed by fire.

Grace is devastated, yet ever-practical Maude has a plan. While she helps Grace resettle, Maude even has a business venture in mind—weekend knitting retreats where women can craft, chat, and support one another.

But other surprises await, including the return of Grace’s estranged sister, and a tentative romance with the local bookstore owner. Knitting together her past and future will mean untangling the painful threads Grace left behind. But the result could be a vibrant new life—and the courage to live it fully. . .


Review: This is the third book in the Cedar Key series and it didn’t disappoint. It was great reconnecting with characters from the first two books in the series as well as meet new arrivals who will play a part in future books. As you get back into Cedar Key you feel like you’re a part of the small but thriving community. Knitting and romance are once again in the forefront. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and am already looking forward to book 4.

Quote: “I thought back to Beau and my miscarriage. I thought I had faced my situation, but it wasn’t until I saw Beau again and all of it came out into the open that I felt it was truly behind me. I had a feeling my sister was attempting to do the same thing.”

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