Sunset on Turtle Lake Winter isn t the only chill in the air on Turtle Lake When Sam Burgman s mother Gloria nears the end of her battle with cancer Sam makes the hard decision to leave his job as a corporate lawyer in

  • Title: Sunset on Turtle Lake
  • Author: Carol Lynne
  • ISBN: 9781786515155
  • Page: 420
  • Format: ebook
  • Winter isn t the only chill in the air on Turtle Lake.When Sam Burgman s mother, Gloria, nears the end of her battle with cancer, Sam makes the hard decision to leave his job as a corporate lawyer in Miami to take his mom home to Turtle Lake, Minnesota.Ian Mendoza takes his job as Gloria s caregiver very seriously, but unlike the assignments he s taken in the past, Ian faiWinter isn t the only chill in the air on Turtle Lake.When Sam Burgman s mother, Gloria, nears the end of her battle with cancer, Sam makes the hard decision to leave his job as a corporate lawyer in Miami to take his mom home to Turtle Lake, Minnesota.Ian Mendoza takes his job as Gloria s caregiver very seriously, but unlike the assignments he s taken in the past, Ian fails to maintain a professional distance when it comes to Sam Unfortunately for Ian, Sam refuses to open his heart despite their mutual attraction.Born and raised in Miami, Ian isn t prepared for the frozen landscape that is Minnesota in the winter, but the chill he wants to erase is the one coming from Sam.Reader Advisory This book deals with maternal illness death.

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    176 thoughts on “Sunset on Turtle Lake”

    1. 3.5 stars, rounded up because. I read this book on my flight to GRL2016 in Kansas City. The author of this book is also one of the organizers, and I have mad respect for the fabulous work she does.There's lots to like about this book. I especially like the title, because to me it has a dual meaning. The sunset at the lake is part of what Sam needs to remember, but it's also a hint at the sunset of his mother's life.Sam's mother is dying of cancer. He moved her to Miami where he lives and works a [...]


    2. This was a short, low angst story about two men who find love while dealing with the impending death of a woman they both care for. The story threw me off a bit at first because when it starts the men have known each other for some time and have already fallen for each other. I felt at first that I had been thrown in to the middle of a story (which I had been) and I was scrambling to catch up. Once they head back to Minnesota though the store flowed better for me. I enjoyed the interactions with [...]


    3. Sunset on Turtle Lake by Carol Lynne3 starsM/M RomanceTriggers: Terminal illnessI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.This was a hard book for me. Ian was a great character. He was compassionate, kind, but not a push over -he stood up to Sam when it was necessary and even stood up to Gloria when she needed an extra push.Minnesota in the winter time can be magical. Lynne does an amazing job at describing the surrounding area - she truly captures the essence of what winters ca [...]


    4. ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~This is a really moving short story, for which I recommend a tissue to hand. Sam is a man who has been living in denial for a long time, but as his Mother is nearing her end, he has to finally come to terms with things. His Mother's live in nurse, Ian is a man on a mission to help him, and watching the barriers come down is very rewarding. For such a short story it was incredibly easy to get invested in the outcome. Ms L [...]


    5. Very touchy lovely story, however in my HO the romance part of it was non existent. Why such an amazing person like Ian Mendoza wants to be in a relationship with Sam? Sam was arrogant, cold, many times he hurts Ian with his awful unsensitive words, and Ian like a puppy wait for Sam to realised they were meant to be together.Ian should have kick his ass and look for someone who deserve him and appreciated how wonderful human being he was. This is one of those few times that I've read a story tha [...]


    6. I liked the second half more than the first one, although I can't say exactly why. And the whole relationship part felt a bit unbalanced, as if some important parts were missing. So I had a bit of a problem to believe the development. Better, I believed their ending but on the way to it I was missing something.


    7. Whoa, this book was… heavy, and wonderful, and sweet, and… really good!I love Carol Lynne’s books, and this one didn’t disappoint. Sam is struggling with his mother’s illness by ignoring everything until Ian makes him pay attention and take notice. This book read like a novella, even though it had a substantial page count, but the story moved along very quickly and the characters had depth without angst. Be forewarned though: I definitely needed some tissues when reading this one. It w [...]




    8. Touching storyThis is a short read that is a moving love story, The author's prose is simple and yet elegant. Definitely recommend.


    9. I was given a copy of this book by the publisher and for a volunteered honest review, and I was more than happy to do it.Sam’s mother way dying and he knew it; he just couldn’t bring himself to accept it. After losing his father several years prior, he used It as an excuse to push people away and not let anyone get close enough to hurt him when they had to leave. Sam’s mother Gloria’s care-taker Ian had fallen in love with Sam through the stories told by Sam’s mom, but he knew that he [...]


    10. Sunset on Turtle Lake is a short, but touching, story that gives you Sam's story. He changed when his father died, and now his mother is also suffering from a terminal illness. He has tried to do what he thinks is best, but has to admit that it didn't work. Instead, he takes his mother back to their home for Christmas. It is also so that she can die there, but he refuses to admit to that part. The relationship between Sam, Ian, and Gloria (the mother) are all very good, but there just wasn't eno [...]






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