Wildwater Walking Club by Claire Cook

June 11, 2009 at 9:26 am Leave a comment

This was a cute tale, but I feel like each book Claire Cook writes get shorter.

Basically, Noreen is laid off and starts walking to have something to do each day. Her two neighbors join her and they become friends. Along the way Noreen discovers a new passion for life and a new job.

My favorite part was the Lavender Festival in Sequim, Washington, where we have a distant relative, so I had actually heard of it before (and knew how to pronounce it).

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Entry filed under: Chick Lit, Fiction.

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