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Meet Me at the Lake

by Carley Fortune
Contemporary Fiction: The author's beautiful writing and charming storyline make this an engaging read. It's a great, second-chance romance. A great read with two well-developed characters, a family, and a wonderful love story. Meet Me At The Lake by Carley Fortune #fiction, #womensfiction, #reading, #BooksToRead, #bookclub, #reading, #books

Praise For This Book


"Fortune explores the aftermath of losing a beloved parent and reclaiming a relationship in this unputdownable, witty, soulful and stirring novel." -GMA

"This novel, set in Toronto and on a nearby lake, is beautiful, charming, witty, poignant, and all the things you could want in a spring read." -Katie Couric Media

"Meet Me at The Lake is a beautiful, heart-tugging, love story about secrets, lies, missed connections and second chances. Set against the idyllic backdrop of a family hotel on a rural lake, this novel brims with the warmth of summertime and the feeling of home. An exquisite, emotional read." -Jill Santopolo, New York Times bestselling author of Stars in an Italian Sky

"A breathtaking tale of star-crossed lovers that gripped me from page one. Meet Me At The Lake is nostalgia, summer breeze, second chances and pure heart." -Elena Armas, New York Times bestselling author of The Spanish Love Deception

"A perfect summery blend of sexy romance and second chances, Meet Me at the Lake is a poignant waltz between evergreen pines and poplars and heartache. I fell in love with Will and Fern over and over and over again." -Ashley Poston, New York Times bestselling author of The Dead Romantics

"Meet Me at the Lake is a tender, sweet story that captures the joy and sorrow of growing up. Carley Fortune's latest is a love letter to moms and daughters, as well as second chances." -Elissa Sussman, bestselling author of Funny You Should Ask

"Carley Fortune is the master of the love story, tapping into our most primal needs-to be valued and seen for who we really are. Meet Me At The Lake is story telling perfection." -Annabel Monaghan, author of Nora Goes Off Script


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