That Chesapeake Summer Jamie Valentine is the wildly successful author of self help books advocating transparency in every relationship But when her widowed mother passes away unexpectedly Jamie discovers her own life has

  • Title: That Chesapeake Summer
  • Author: Mariah Stewart
  • ISBN: 9781476792576
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jamie Valentine is the wildly successful author of self help books advocating transparency in every relationship But when her widowed mother passes away unexpectedly, Jamie discovers her own life has been based on a lie Angry and deeply betrayed, she sets out to find the truth which may be in a small town on the Chesapeake Bay Cutting her most recent book tour short, JaJamie Valentine is the wildly successful author of self help books advocating transparency in every relationship But when her widowed mother passes away unexpectedly, Jamie discovers her own life has been based on a lie Angry and deeply betrayed, she sets out to find the truth which may be in a small town on the Chesapeake Bay Cutting her most recent book tour short, Jamie books a room at the Inn at Sinclair s Point, just outside St Dennis.The death of Daniel Sinclair s father forced him to take over the family inn, and his wife s death left him a single parent of two children, so there s little room for anything else in his life His lovely new guest is intriguing, though, and he s curious about the secret she s clearly hiding But in the end, Jamie and Dan could discover the greatest truth of all that the search for one thing just might lead to the find of a lifetime if you keep your heart open.

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    1. Mariah Stewart always delivers!That Chesapeake Summer is the ninth installment of Chesapeake Diaries series and it was such a delightful read. It was a pleasure to catch up with these nice people and things that happened in the small town of St. Denis.Jamie Valentine is a successful author whose books are about honesty in relationships. After her widowed mother’s sudden and unexpected death, Jamie just discovered that she was adopted at birth. The parents whom she grew up with wasn’t her bio [...]

    2. In Mariah Stewart's That Chesapeake Summer, the 9th installment in the Chesapeake Diaries Woman's fiction series, she told us a beautiful heart-warming story that warmed your heart about second chances. For Jamie Valentine, a best-selling self-help author, she recently lost her mother. While going through her mother's stuff, she learned a shocking truth about her birth--she was adopted--which lead her to wonder about her birth parents and a soul-seeking trip to St. Dennis, Maryland, along the Ch [...]

    3. That Chesapeake Summer by Mariah Stewart is a 2015 Pocket Books Publication. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher and as an XOXpert- The official street team for XOXO After Dark.- (and a big thanks to Edelweiss for the digital version)- in exchange for an honest review. This book is just the right kind of book to take along for a day at the beach. This is light reading, but there is such a sweet spirit about the book which gives it substance and depth. Jamie is the author of a wil [...]

    4. Nothing says summer like escaping to St. Dennis, Maryland with Mariah Stewart in her latest Chesapeake Diaries book. This year, she sends an author on a life-changing trip to St. Dennis in That Chesapeake Summer.Jamie Valentine is a bestselling author, a media star with her books about leading an honest life. But, she's only a mourning daughter as she cleans out her parents' house following her mother's death. It's then that she discovers she may have built her entire career on a lie. She uncove [...]

    5. This is the ninth series in the Chesapeake Diaries series. While most of the other books in this series build off of each other making it better to read them in order, this one would work just fine as a stand alone novel. In fact, having read all of the other books in the series, I almost felt as though the limited interaction with the other series characters made the book feel as though it were the first in the series rather than the ninth. However, this in no way diminishes the book itself, I' [...]

    6.   ★★ 1/2. starsI've read the other books in the Chesapeake Diaries series and enjoyed them.  This one--not so much. The characters were hard for me to care about. Jamie's constant whine that her life was a lie and a fraud got on my last nerve.  She didn't know she'd been adopted!  If nobody ever told her, how was she supposed to know?  Why is that on her and how does that make her achievements a lie?  The male character, Dan, gave new meaning to the words "jerk" and "rude."   The ch [...]

    7. That Chesapeake SummerByMariah StewartKey charactersd what is going down with themJamie and her Aunt Sisd Jamie's newly deceased mom are very important characters in this book. The secret that Jamie discovers as she cleans out her parents' home is one that can truly alter the rest of her life. Jamie is not capable of just letting this secret go. Soe decides to spend a month in St. Dennis at a quaint and lovely inn. This will allow her to rest, to think about her life and to determine her future [...]

    8. Copy provided by author in exchange of honest review[image error]In the 9th series of the Chesapeake Diaries, Mariah Stewart reunites her readers back to St. Dennis, Maryland with her newest installment That Chesapeake Summer. In this quick, light yet touching summer reader, Ms. Stewart pulls her readers with a heroine quest to finding the truth and love.Jamie Valentine is a successful author of self help books and that emphasizes on the importance of truth. So what happens when she uncovers a f [...]

    9. I may not read a ton of romance series, but have been reading this one and have been having fun with it. I've enjoyed pieces of every single one, but this one has been my favorite so far out of all the ones I've read.I think a lot of that is because the romance felt real. Yes, you knew who was going to fall in love. And yes, the did have somewhat cheesy professions (self-help author and the owner of an inn). But the relationship made sense and they didn't fall in insta-love.Plus there's a bit of [...]

    10. Afrodyt's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsWhile I enjoy reading just about any book, anywhere, I can honestly say this particular story is an ideal beach read. That Chesapeake Summer is a sweet, easy page turner that reminds you of warm breezes, sand under your toes, and summer romance. Jamie Valentine is a self-help author who takes great pride in always advising others to be open and honest in their relationships. Life was good for her, even after the death of her mother Jamie di [...]

    11. original post at: ramblingsfromthischickspoMariah Stewart is one of those authors that I think I’ve read but I’m not sure. But I’ve heard about her and know that she is a very versatile writer. A good friend of mine lent me some Stewart suspense novels to read and she also writes romance. I’m a little conflicted on this book but I really liked it. The only reason I didn’t give it a four star is because, for me, this is more of a women’s literature type book than a romance, although t [...]

    12. A special thank you to Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books, and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.Stunning cover; perfectly matched for a fun summer beach read! As always, love catching up with the gang in quaint St. Dennis, and with THAT CHESAPEAKE SUMMER (Chesapeake Diaries #9)there is a lot going on at the Inn at Sinclair’s Point, just outside St. Dennis, with two souls connecting. A charming, heartwarmingand captivating read with an enchanting town, keeping you coming back [...]

    13. 3-3.5 stars As I was reading this book, I realized that I’d read an earlier book in the series and it happened to be the book for Daniel’s sister Lucy. However, you can jump in with this book without having read any of the prior stories. We meet other people in town and while it’s clear that some had their own stories, this story doesn’t depend on or spring off from any of those.Jamie discovers that much of her life and what she thought she knew has been a lie, but she only discovers if [...]

    14. That Chesapeake Summer is the 9th book in this series and only the third that I have read. The thing that I like about these books is that they really do hold up well as stand alone books. I have never felt like I was missing any back story when I have picked one up. St. Dennis is a town that you can feel comfortable dropping in any time to meet up with old friends or make new ones.I enjoyed this one. Jamie Valentine is a famous self-help author who, upon her mother's death, find out she was ado [...]

    15. Jamie is an author who writes self help books about being honest in all your relationships. Both parents are dead die, so she goes to her family home to clear it out. While clearing it out, she finds out she was adopted. She then starts questioning everything. Everything she knows is now a lie. So she tracks down the lawyer who finalized the adoption to get some answers. After he proves to be no help, she travels to St.Dennis, Maryland in which her birth mother apparently still resides. Until sh [...]

    16. I will admit that I love this series. I enjoy the characters and the town they come from. You can't help but wanting to visit. Of course with each new book I do. A must read for those that love that small-town feel in their books.

    17. This is my first book by Mariah Stewart and I’m hooked. I loved the plot, the characters and the writing. The book was more about Jaimie’s search than the romance. I felt more engrossed in her search than the love story of her and Dan. But that said I loved the plot. I devoured the book and was very curious to know what her search will reveal and how she will find out. There were many characters from previous books of the series, but I could read this book as a stand alone. I will now look f [...]

    18. ThIs rating may be unfair, but this one was a little disappointing after reading the other great books in this series.I mainly missed the town being a bigger part of the focus. This book was centered on Jamie's angst of finding out she was adopted, then her search for her birth parents. The romance not only seemed secondary, but didn't really account to much until the end of the story.To me, this book was just too easy to put down.

    19. Old friend, newer seriesI first started reading this author in her FBI series. It was nice to see a lot of these characters move on and get a life that was somewhat removed from the murder and mayhem. Always enjoy her books!

    20. I enjoyed being in St Dennis againonce you have started reading this series and get to know the other characters with the focusing of one after anotheris time it was the story about Dan and Jamie.

    21. Love this whole seriesPlease write faster Ms Stewart! I'm almost caught up and will miss these characters if I can't visit them again

    22. Summary from :"Jamie Valentine is the wildly successful author of self-help books advocating transparency in every relationship. But when her widowed mother passes away unexpectedly, Jamie discovers her own life has been based on a lie. Angry and deeply betrayed, she sets out to find the truth—which may be in a small town on the Chesapeake Bay. Cutting her most recent book tour short, Jamie books a room at the Inn at Sinclair’s Point, just outside St. Dennis.The death of Daniel Sinclair’s [...]

    23. One of my favorite summer romance series, has got to be the Chesapeake Diaries series, by Mariah Stewart. Set in the seaside town of St. Dennis on the eastern shore of Maryland, it has been a true delight to watch the people move into town for various reasons and find love among the idyllic seaside. Who wouldn't in a wonderful charming place like that. Now in her 9th novel in the series, That Chesapeake Summer, highlights Jamie Valentine, a best selling author of "honest" self help books from ma [...]

    24. Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviewsby KimIt’s been awhile since I’ve read Mariah Stewart and her Chesapeake Diaries Series. In fact, the last book I read was book six, The Long Way Home. In my mind, I was a little afraid to miss two books in the series. I didn’t know if what I missed was going to factor into book nine. Luckily, it didn’t, but couples from previous books are mentioned and some actually make appearances.Starting with page one, it was like coming home. Grace Sinclair [...]

    25. I just love a good small town romance series. They are one of my very favorite books to read. Mariah Stewart's That Chesapeake Summer is a great small town romance story. I found an instant bond with Jamie Valentine. This poor girl has been through so much. The loss of her mother and a very hidden secret is just about too much for her. Jamie sets out to find out more about the family secret and ends up in St. Dennis. It has been a while since I have had a chance to read any of the Chesapeake Dai [...]

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