When Shelley Anderson rents the Sea View House for the summer, she wants a chance to bond with her two children after divorcing their politician father. She doesn't count on meeting handsome upstairs neighbor Professor Daniel Stone, or a group of matchmaking senior citizens, who may be the force behind the Sea View's mysterious knack for turning renters into happy couples. The plot of Linda Barrett's No Ordinary Summer (3) seems to rely too heavily on past and future books in the Pilgrim Cove series, and we sometimes lose sight of the main characters in the nest of others waiting to tell their story.
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Christine Merrill