Table for Five (Mass Market Paperbound)
Mira Books, 9780778313823, 496pp.
Publication Date: January 31, 2012
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Praise For Table for Five…
"Wiggs explores many aspects of grief, from guilt to anger to regret, imbuing her book with the classic would've/could've/should've emotions, and presenting realistic and sympathetic characters.... Another excellent title to her already-outstanding body of work."
-Booklist, starred review on Table for Five
"Keep tissues handy, but be equally ready to smile at the many touches of sweet, subtle humor."
-RT Book Reviews on Table for Five
"Susan Wiggs paints the details of human relationships with the finesse of a master."
"With the ease of a master, Wiggs introduces complicated, flesh-and-blood characters into her idyllic but identifiable small-town setting, sets in motion a refreshingly honest romance, resolves old issues and even finds room for a little mystery."
-Publishers Weekly, starred review on The Winter Lodge
"Wiggs is one of our best observers of stories of the heart. Maybe that is because she knows how to capture emotion on virtually every page of every book."
"A bold, humorous and poignant romance that fulfills every woman's dreams."
-Christina Dodd on Enchanted Afternoon
"The story's theme-the all-encompassing power of love-is timeless, and it is this theme, along with the author's polished prose and well-rounded characters, that makes Wiggs's story so satisfying."
-Publishers Weekly, starred review on A Summer Affair
"A classic beauty and the beast love story that will stay in your heart long after you've turned the last page. The Lightkeeper is a poignant, beautiful romance."
"A lovely, moving novel with an engaging heroine. Bestselling author Wiggs's talent is reflected in her thoroughly believable characters as well as the way she recognizes the importance of family by blood or other ties. Readers who like Nora Roberts and Susan Elizabeth Phillips will enjoy [this]."
-Library Journal, starred review on Just Breathe
"A human and multi-layered story exploring duty to both country and family."
-Nora Roberts on The Ocean Between Us