Love Boxes 4: The Bay View Cottage

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A SWEET ROMANCE: She felt like a kid again. Her female companions couldn't help but remark.
“Look, girls,” she said, “he's younger than me by five years––l see him as a little brother. There's nothing more going on between us than friendship.”
“You think so?” said the oldest and wisest among them, “from the look in his eyes and yours, that's not what I'm seeing.”
Fancy blushed and turned away. More

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About G. G. Galt

eBooks by G. G. Galt are available through Apple Books, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Diesel, and other major online retailers, as well "Brick & Mortar" Bookstores.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

G. G. Galt's stories are fictional adventures happening in factual locations––ones that didn't happen, but could have. Her illustrated romantic fantasies often take place on the shores of Little Traverse Bay and Lake Charlevoix in Northern Michigan. Others happen in the Northwest and the Northeast where she's been known to ride the rails coast-to-coast rather than fly.

The stories originate from Galt's love of genealogy, history, music, art, antiques, and old house restoration. She also draws from memories of growing up in Northern Michigan and spending summer vacations at the family cottage. For updates, to say hello, or comment, visit the author’s blog at: http://gigigalt.com. She loves to hear from her readers and replies whenever possible.

The author's most recent publications are as follows: (A) The Love Box Series–– Love Boxes: A Love Story from Northern Michigan to Points Beyond, Love Boxes 2: The Vacation, Love Boxes 3: The Twilight Zone, and Love Boxes 4: The Bay View Cottage. (B) The Paradise Series––Paradise: A Love Story from Petoskey to Harbor Springs, Paradise 2: A Love Story from Cross Village to Harbor Springs, Paradise 3: A Love Story from Harbor Springs to Sausalito. Paradise 4: A Love Story from Cross Village to Mackinac Island.
Forthcoming Spring 2014: Paradise 5: A Love Story from Mackinac Island to Points Beyond. and, Paradise 6: Paradise 6: A Love Story from the Saint Lawrence Seaway to Mackinac Island.

Each of the ten books in the two series is complete, but the author prefers readers take them one at a time for the sake of continuity.

Videos

What a Difference a Day Makes/Don’t Touch Me
When Fancy came home from Boston to find her home with nothing in it except her piano, a lamp, and easy chair, she later told her Uncle Ted, “What a Difference a Day Makes.” That night she found a love note from her husband, and flung his framed photo across the room. For the rest of the weekend, the only song running through her mind was, “Don’t Touch Me!"

Where Fancy’s Walks To Shop
Fancy walks the path from her Bay View Cottage to the Gas Light Shopping Area to shop. How she loves it!

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Reviews

Review by: Gretchen Ulanch on July 27, 2013 :
I always enjoy reading the books by G. G. Galt! It is an endearing story. I did not expect what happened to John to happen though. I'm not done with it yet , but I sure hope Fanc doesn't run into too much trouble with the path she is taking. My guess is she'll grow from her choices. Beautiful photos accentuate the great descriptions of the places that Francy goes. Gotta get more reading done.
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Review by: hrhsophia on July 27, 2013 :
I found the pictures distracting and tried to ignore them whenever possible. The story could do with some editing and the overall vibe was very forgettable.
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Review by: Susan Smith on July 26, 2013 :
I read this yesterday at a friends cottage in Northern Michigan. I love it and plan to read the other ones in this series. I know it’s fiction, but so much of is real to me having so many places I am familiar with and pictures I instantly recognized. It is amazing to see a story like this illustrated and with so many beautiful photos! Hats off to Gigi. (She really should be charging for this!) Thanks, G. G.!
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