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Crosslyn Rise Trilogy

The Crosslyn Rise trilogy is about a declining seaside family estate. In book one of this delightful series, The Dream, Jessica Crosslyn, the only remaining family member living at the old colonial mansion, finds an unlikely helper in a childhood bully, now architect, Carter Malloy. Together they do their best to keep the old estate alive. Opposites attract in the most improbable ways in this heartwarming contemporary series from beloved romance author Barbara Delinsky.

  • The Dream Comes True
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    • The Dream Comes True

    • Crosslyn Rise Trilogy (Volume 3)
      Barbara Delinsky
      St. Martin's Publishing Group

    • The Dream Comes True is the final novel in beloved bestselling author Barbara Delinsky's classic Crosslyn Rise trilogy about a family estate that's fallen into disrepair—and...

      • Available in:

      • eBook
  • The Dream Unfolds
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    • The Dream Unfolds

    • Crosslyn Rise Trilogy (Volume 2)
      Barbara Delinsky
      St. Martin's Publishing Group

    • The Dream Unfolds is the second novel in beloved bestselling author Barbara Delinsky's classic Crosslyn Rise trilogy about a family estate that's fallen into disrepair—and...

      • Available in:

      • eBook
  • The Dream
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    • The Dream

    • Crosslyn Rise Trilogy (Volume 1)
      Barbara Delinsky
      St. Martin's Publishing Group

    • The first novel in beloved bestselling author Barbara Delinsky's classic Crosslyn Rise trilogy about a family estate that's fallen into disrepair—and those who dream of...

      • Available in:

      • eBook

Barbara Delinsky

Barbara Delinsky is the author of such New York Times bestselling books as Before and Again and Sweet Salt Air. She has been published in twenty-eight languages worldwide. A lifelong New Englander, Delinsky earned a B.A. in psychology at Tufts University and an M.A. in sociology at Boston College. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband, more books than she'll ever be able to read, two tennis racquets, and enough electronic devices to keep in close touch with her children and their families.

Kerry Brett