Series: Chesapeake Shores

Author: Sherryl Woods

Christmas Bouquet (2014)
3.67 of 5 Votes: 3
Caitlyn Winters has her life planned out – she is in medical school and when she finishes her internship and residency she's going to Africa to help the people there who don't have adequate medical care. Nowhere in her plans was falling in love but she has indeed fallen in love with fellow medica...
A Chesapeake Shores Christmas. Sherryl Woods (2012)
4.06 of 5 Votes: 2
I enjoyed this book about Mick and Megan O'Brien. After being divorced for years, Mick and Megan are finally going to remarry. Except, even though they both know they love each other, Megan at times has doubts about Mick changing attitude. And then there is Conner, the son that can't forgive h...
De maan als getuige (2013)
4.08 of 5 Votes: 2
I knew after reading Laila and whatever his name was story and hating it that I should of left any Sherryl Woods books alone. To be honest I didn't even finish this book. I find her main female characters immature and childish when they like someone. In what world do two people who like each othe...
Moonlight Cove (Chesapeake Shores #6) (2000)
4.08 of 5 Votes: 1
Another story in the Chesapeake Shores series. This time this story is about the youngest daughter Jess and Will, who had loved her since he was fourteen. Jess always felt like she was a mess up because she had ADD and after her Mother left the family when she was seven, her self esteem hit bot...
A Seaside Christmas (2013)
3.95 of 5 Votes: 5
This was a cute read. I enjoyed all the characters and the family atmosphere.Jenny is a great songwriter who was paired with Caleb. But with a drinking problem and another woman, he ruined what he and Jenny had, Now he wants her back in his life and she wants nothing to do with him. So she heads...
Seaside Christmas (2014)
3.95 of 5 Votes: 3
This book is about love, redemption and family and centered on Jenny who returned to her hometown ever since her mother’s marriage to Thomas O’Brien. Jenny is a famous song writer and her return to Chesapeake Shores was due to her breakup with a famous singer, Caleb. Jenny has been avoiding her ...
Seaside Christmas, A (2013)
3.95 of 5 Votes: 3
Jenny, a successful Nashville songwriter heads home to Chesapeake Shores to mend hr broken heart, renew family ties, and write music for a Christmas play. Caleb, a recovering alcoholic, recovering cheater, and superstar country singer, follows Jenny to town in hopes of winning her back.While I li...
A Chesapeake Shores Christmas (2010)
4.06 of 5 Votes: 3
I read (listened to) the first Sherryl Woods book in this series, The Inn at Eagle Point, because it was set on the Chesapeake Bay. You can see my review of it here on Goodreads. I stopped reading her books after that one, but I had this one already downloaded and figured I would like to read (...
Un futuro compartido (2012)
4.07 of 5 Votes: 2
The Chesapeake Shores series is filled with fun summer reading. This is the 5th book in the series about the O'Brien clan--a loving and supportive family. Driftwood Cottage focuses on Connor O'Brien, his significant other Heather and their toddler son Mick. While this is not my favorite of the...
Ierse betovering (2014)
4.09 of 5 Votes: 4
Second to last book in this series - the whole clan takes a Christmas vacation back in the old country. Of course it concludes with another wedding and more new babies being announced. Ultimately the theme is families with all the quirks and at times the dysfunctionalities - if there is such a wo...
O'Brien Family Christmas, An: A Chesapeake Shores Novel (2011)
4.09 of 5 Votes: 2
So like me to step in the middle of a series without regard to any of the other books! I've got some catching up to do obviously! Loved this book and loved the O'Brien family. Lara Riley started dating a younger man, known for his womanizing, and it doesn't go so well for her. Due to her position...
Un jardin pour l'été (2013)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 1
Hhhmmm....how to begin....well, let me just say that I did not like this book. I read the whole thing all the while hoping for something interesting to happen since there are so many great reviews. PERSONALLY, I did not enjoy any of the characters. I really didn't feel any depth to them. Sure, ...
Summer Garden, The (2012)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 5
It is always a delight to read another story of the O’Brien family from Chesapeake Shores. I’ve yet to be disappointed. The way Woods portrays the family and scenes make you feel like you’re one of the family or a very close friend. In this story (#9 of the Chesapeake Shores series), Luke O’Brie...
Moonlight Cove (2011)
4.08 of 5 Votes: 2
I can't speak for her other books but I did not enjoy Moonlight Cove. I listened to the audiobook and didn't like the reader but I trudged on because the reader doesn't define the book as a whole. The plot just became tedious. I became exasperated with the relationship between Jess and Will. The ...
Beach Lane (Chesapeake Shores #7) (2000)
4.17 of 5 Votes: 1
Another Chesapeake Cove book. Mack and Susie have been friends for a long time They finally make a commitment to each other after Mack loses his job and then Susie has ovarian cancer. The way they deal with these bumps in the road are key to this book. Along with that Susie's brothers have re...
Harbor Lights. Sherryl Woods (2012)
4.15 of 5 Votes: 3
Another good story from the O'Brien family. We met Kevin in the last book when he came home from his deployment to have a hasty marriage to a woman also serving her deployment with him. Fast forward a couple of years and we find Kevin alone with a son after losing his wife. This is where this ...
Harbour Lights (2012)
4.15 of 5 Votes: 2
I was sort of surprised that this book was revolved around Kevin as he got married in the last book. I thought there was something off with his quickie marriage and Georgia was odd and didn’t really seem to fit in with the O’Brians.I hated that Kevin had to go through loosing Georgia and hated h...
Inn at Eagle Point (2011)
4.07 of 5 Votes: 5
The first in the Cheasapeake Shores series by this very prolific author of easy reading books about families and relationships. Very formulaic but still interesting enough to read before bedtime just because it requires very little thought -Once you get to know a family you do feel like you want ...
Inn at Eagle Point, The: A Chesapeake Shores Novel (2010)
4.07 of 5 Votes: 4
This is the beginning of a series of books about a small resort town on Chesapeake Bay in Maryland and the large extended O'Brien family who designed and built it. It is a feel-good family series, and this first book is a great start. We first meet Abby and her twin daughters as they return to ...
Aşka Şans Ver (2012)
4.07 of 5 Votes: 3
So this started off great. Divorce mother of twins heads back to hometown to bail her sister out of a jam. Of course this jam involves her high school sweetheart who just happens to be heir to the bank her sister's mortgage is through.It had potential, but I felt it was wrapped up too quickly. Hi...
An O'Brien Family Christmas (2011)
4.09 of 5 Votes: 1
This one was so much fun to read. I thought loved the second chance romance with Nell and old boyfriend. It was fun to see how the whole O'Brien clan reacted and how Nell seemed to chastise each and everyone. Dylan and his family were interesting and it was fun to see how they interacted with N...
The Summer Garden (2012)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 5
Another lovely story in a continuing series about the very large and very loving O'Brien family. In this one we finally meet Luke, youngest son of Jeff and Jo, as he decides to open an Irish pub in Chesapeake Shores. Moira O'Malley (from the previous book) comes from Ireland with her grandfathe...
Driftwood Cottage (2011)
4.07 of 5 Votes: 4
Another book in the Chesapeake Shores series. This book was about Connor O'Brien and his love Heather Donovan. The problem was that Connor did not believe in marriage and even after he and Heather having their son, he still was not a candidate for marriage. His Mom and Dad had caused him not t...
Flowers on Main (2009)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 1
We all knew how this would turn out, but Jake was a bit much for me. His never believing Bree got old quick. That along with the family's dislike of Kevin's military career insisting they could talk him out of reenlisting, their reactions while having him home on R&R, and the boyfriend from Chi...
Beach Lane (2011)
4.17 of 5 Votes: 5
Another wonderful story by Sherryl Woods that takes place in Chesapeake Shores. Susie O'Brien and Mack Franklin had been friends forever and even though he wanted more, she was afraid because of his reputation with women. By the time she was ready to make that big step, Susie was hit with the ne...
Harbor Lights (2009)
4.15 of 5 Votes: 4
After reading several books in Sherryl Woods' Chesapeake Shores series, I'm struck by the many similarities in plot and the fact that these stories are as much about dysfunctional relationships as they are about love affairs. Each book seems to go on a little too long, and the characters do too m...
The Inn at Eagle Point (2009)
3.46 of 5 Votes: 5
I needed some light-hearted, good stuff happening, happily ever after reading. This was perfect. I always called these kind of books mind-candy. I think some people call them beach reads. Either way this is a great start to what I understand is a ten or so book series. I am part way through book ...