Isle of Waves (The Isle Series Book 3) - Sue Brown
4.5 Stars ~ Review by Beverley

After meeting the ‘Owens Family’ en masse in the first two ‘Isle…’ books, it was a slight change of pace to have Wig and Nibs as the central figures in Isle of Waves. We have met them before and were in fact introduced to the seafront restaurant owners in ‘Isle of Where?’ the first novel. As with all Sue Brown’s characters they have depths and flaws and are real three dimensional people. It could have been a stereotypical pairing of Bear with femme twink, but here the ‘twink’, Wig, is a decade older than the ‘bear’, Nibs. They are wonderful characters and as situations call for the reintroduction of the Owens’ clan forcefully into their lives, their reactions change and grow as they would in real life. None of us can be our best and ‘on form’ twenty fours hours a day, seven days a week. However, this, of course, is not real life and the secondary characters are often more extreme than you would normally meet everyday, for effect...

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