Whispers On The Dock (Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn #3) by Evangeline Kelley

Whispers On The Dock (Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn #3)

Three sisters. A charming inn. Hints of mystery and romance. And a gorgeous seaside setting. Escape to Misty Harbor Inn. Readers will delight in the adventures of these three sisters who reunite to bring their mother's dreams to life.

Details Whispers On The Dock (Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn #3)

TitleWhispers On The Dock (Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn #3)
Release DateAug 1st, 2013
GenreChristian Fiction, Fiction

Reviews Whispers On The Dock (Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn #3)

  • Mayda
    In this final book in the Nantucket Dreams trilogy, Carolyn is busy with wedding plans, Gracie is fretting over the sale of her home, and Sam is busy perfecting her baking skills. All three sisters are still trying to solve the mystery surrounding Hannah, who had disappeared decades ago having been branded a thief. With the help of some local historians and a guest who had lived there as a child, they are finally able to piece together what must ...
  • Cheryl
    I have not read the first two in the series and the background would’ve been nice to know. It was ok to read as a stand alone though. Three sisters are opening a inn. Each sister has different plans, one is planning her wedding, one selling her house and one trying for a baking contest. A young niece comes to visit and is very unhappy. They try to figure out their problems, the niece’s problem and the mystery of the secret passage and secret ...
  • Janice
    I'm entering my review on this site even though my books shows the author as Camy Tang, not Evangeline Kelley. As anyone who knows me can attest, I most often select my summer reads by the book jacket. A quaint cottage with a colorful flower garden, a coastal seashore scene, sailboats, ahhhh, that's my idea of summer reading. The cover to Whispers on the Dock appears to be a seaside watercolor and I had to find out what lie between the covers. I ...
  • Joy
    The characters are wonderful, the kind of people you would want to be friends. Sam loves to bake and has decided to enter her blackberry cobbler in a contest. She has to outsmart an opponent who plays dirty. Caroline is planning her wedding but definitely isn't a happy bride to be and last but not least, Gracie is struggling financially and may have to sell the Inn they all love. They have a mystery to solve and there's lots of twists that will k...
  • Kathleen (Kat) Smith
    The mystery of what happened to Hannah Montague is still in the minds of Sam Carter, Caroline Marris and Gracie Gold, three sisters who are all co-owners of the Misty Harbor Inn. They are still no closer to finding out any more clues than they had hoped and lately everything has been coming to a dead end. With the issue that this happened in the late 1800's before most records were being stored, their only clues have been trying to trace handwrit...
  • Victor Gentile
    Evangeline Kelley in her new book “Whispers On The Dock” Book Three in the Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn series published by Summerside Press takes us into the lives of sisters: Caroline Marris, Gracie Gold and Sam Carter.From the back cover: Three sisters. A charming inn. Hints of mystery and romance. And a gorgeous seaside setting. Escape to Misty Harbor Inn.Sam Carter, the youngest Marris sister, decides to enter her mother’s blackberr...
  • Create With Joy
    A few months ago, I had the pleasure of reviewing Seaside Harmony and Sunflower Summer – the first two books in the Postcards From Misty Harbor Inn series. Those books introduced us to Caroline Marris, Gracie Gold and Sam Carter – three baby boomer sisters who reunite on the island of Nantucket after their mother’s death and end up pooling their inheritance money to purchase and open a bed and breakfast.In the first two books, we are privy ...
  • Kathleen E.
    Saturday, August 31, 2013Book 3 ~*Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn series*~ Whispers on the Dock by Evangeline Kelley, ©2013Sisters Samantha, Caroline, and Gracie have newly opened Misty Harbor Inn for the summer season in Nantucket. There is a warmth of friendship as they become reacquainted beyond their vacation times together. Each with their own giftings that enhance the other, Misty Harbor Inn begins to welcome guests. Trish comes seeking a ...
  • Jalynn Patterson
    About the Book: Three sisters. A charming inn. Hints of mystery and romance. And a gorgeous seaside setting. Escape to Misty Harbor Inn. Readers will delight in the adventures of these three sisters who reunite to bring their mother's dreams to life.About the Authors:Evangeline Kelley is the pen name for the writing team of Patti Berg, Pam Hanson & Barbara Andrews, and Camy Tang, who collaborated to create Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn. Each of...
    Sam, Caroline, and Gracie continue to run Misty Harbor Inn on Nantucket while trying to solve the decades-old mystery of Hannah Montague. Sam still enjoys baking, and is trying to perfect her recipe for blackberry cobbler in order to enter the Summerfest baking contest. The sisters welcome new guests to the inn, a novelist and a former resident of the house. The elderly guest has surprising information that affects the sisters' perception of thei...
  • Amy Bradsher
    This history mystery is the very best kind! I love stories that involve modern-day people trying to figure out what happened with their ancestors, and in this story there are two! The connection between characters and the distant time frames keep the story hopping. I had trouble getting into the story, though, and this was mainly because this is the third book in the series. This story jumped right in and apparently picked up wherever the second ...
  • Ibjoy1953 Hannabass
    MY THOUGHTS ON THIS BOOKWhispers on the Dock returns to the Misty Harbor Inn, and the three sisters that are in the first two books in this series. This book focuses mostly on the younger sister Sam. Even though they are going about their daily lives, all three are still interested in finding answers about Hannah and her disappearance a century before. Join these sisters as they continue to uncover information and find their answers.I absolutely ...
  • Brenda
    "Whispers On The Dock" take readers back to Misty Harbor Inn allowing us to reconnect with the three sisters that run the Inn. With this installment the main focus is on the youngest sister Sam who enjoys baking, and hopes to enter the Summerfield baking contest. In addition to the baking contest there is the unique characters that check into the inn as well as the mystery that the three sisters are still trying to solve.What a wonderful, relaxin...
  • Patty
    This is the third book in the Postcards from Misty Harbor series - each one dealing with the romance of one of three sisters. I had not read the first two and I suspect it might have helped with this book. While Whispers on the Dock can stand alone, the knowledge of the first two tales would have enhanced it I think. There were references to people and actions from the other stories that while rehashed they just weren't fleshed out enough to make...
  • Lindsey Silvestrini
    I read the first two books in the Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn series: Seaside Harmony and Sunflower Summer so I had really been anticipating Whispers on the Dock!I was extremely intrigued by the history and the mystery of the inn in the first two books, especially concerning Hannah Montague. I got just as wrapped up in her story as that of the three sisters and this book focused a lot more on her than the previous two.The mystery continues to...
  • Shauna
    This is the third book in the trilogy, Postcards From Misty Harbor Inn. It tells the story of the youngest Marris sister, Sam, an avid baker, and co-owner of the Inn with her sisters. It's a quirky story about an old mystery surrounding a woman connected to the Inn long ago who disappeared. Can they unravel the mysterious circumstances surrounding this?It also seems that despite her claims to the contrary, their mother had been to Nantucket as a ...
  • Tina Peterson
    I actually enjoyed Whispers on the Dock more than the other two books. I enjoyed each of the sisters a little more this go around and found that even though a couple little mysteries popped up in Whispers on the Dock I found that all the loose threads from books 1 and 2 were neatly tied up and it was nice being surprised by the ending of the book. I will admit I thought this would be one of those series where all 3 of the sisters would have a "la...
  • Melina
    I didn't have a chance to read the first two books in The Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn series, which are Seaside Harmony and Sunflower Summer, but believe me, I have them on my Kindle and plan to read them soon. I really loved this book. I would suggest though, if you have the time to read the first two books as things that started in the other two books get resolved in this one. Even though I haven't read the first two, I really wasn't that l...
  • Maureen Timerman
    The third book in this wonderful series, hated it to end!! What a delightful visit with old friends. You feel like you are living there with them. Now I should let you know you can read this without reading the first two, but you would be depriving yourself of a lot of joy, and a great reads.There are a lot of answers to long asked questions that are revealed here. Some long buried secrets, with the right people put in their paths with answers, n...
  • Joanne
    This is the third book in the series of the sisters who bought an inn on Nantucket. I gave the previous two 5 stars. It was interesting to see the journeys of the sisters evolve in the series as they worked through the adventure and risk of buying and updating the old inn on Nantucket. More interesting characters both living in Nantucket and visitors at the inn were interesting. The mystery that was hinted at in the first book is taken on an inte...
  • Karen
    The sisters find a lot of treasures in the attic and basement where things had been discarded and forgotten until they came along and started investigating. It’s true what they say, One man’s junk might be someone else’s Treasure! This was a wonderful book that tells the story of each sister’s lives and their mother. They weathered ups and downs just like we do and throughout it all, they kept the faith that things would work out. And rea...
  • Lenore Webb
    Granny M was so happy to sweep up Whispers on the Dock when it arrived via Litfuse. We have been following the storyline of the Marris sisters as they have relocated and opened their mothers dream, Misty Harbor Inn. It has been hard to wait and see what was going to happen in the third book of this series. Granny M was not disappointed to find the answers to the mystery from 1880 tied in so well with the present day story line. Now if I can ever ...
  • Joan
    In this last volume of the series we follow Sam and her enjoying baking for guests at the Inn. But her baking loses its joy when she decides to enter a baking contest. Caroline faces decisions as she plans her wedding. The theme of doing what we love because of the pure enjoyment is prominent. It was fun to see how the historical investigation comes to a serendipitous end. This whole series is low key and is good for older readers who like a mell...
  • Margaret Tidwell
    This is the 3rd book in the series and I have to say that I loved it just as much as I loved the other 2. This book wraps things up nicely and you finally get answers to questions that you may have had from the start. There are also a few times in this book I was totally shocked at some the turns this book take but it kept me interested to say the least. I was sad when the book ended because I love the characters and I love this author's writing.
  • Sharon Chance
    I have really enjoyed the "Postcards From Misty Harbor Inn" and was pleased that this final book neatly wraps up all the story lines. I loved the different viewpoints of all the sisters and the mystery that has carried throughout the three books was finally solved with satisfying results. If you enjoy gentle romance, inspirational fiction, and tales filled with friendship and love, you'll really enjoy this series. I look forward to more from thes...
  • Linda Smatzny
    This is the third book in the Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn series. This time the oldest sister is planning her wedding and trying to find a place to live. However Caroline really wants to stay at Inn but George feels they need their own space. The youngest sister, Sam, is going to enter a baking contest but feels overwhelmed. Each of the sisters prays to God to find their right path. The book was a quick easy read.
  • Kimberly Westrope
    I liked this story. It's definitely a feel-good story with the relationships between the sisters and also their relationships with their guests. I loved how the history of the Inn and their own family history was woven into the story. It unfolded at a really nice pace. This is a good, fun, quick read. I
  • Annie Kate
    Fascinating but gentle, full of the everyday concerns of people ranging in age from 8 to 80 and the tension-filled lives of conflicted people from the past, Whispers on the Dock is the most satisfying story I have read in a long time.Read the rest of my review on my blog.