By Debbie Macomber
If you've been to Cedar Cove ahead of, we've most likely met. you could frequently locate me both at domestic or on the public library, the place I paintings. I've lived during this city all my lifestyles and raised daughters the following.
yet my husband and I—well, approximately six months in the past, he disappeared. Just…disappeared. Where's Dan? Why did he cross? Who's he with?
Will I ever locate out?
My place of birth, my friends and family, deliver me convenience in this tricky time. convenience and a feeling of look after. I'm continuously reminded that existence can and does cross on. for example, everyone's been discussing weddings and infants in recent times. Justine—the in basic terms daughter of my ally, Olivia Lockhart—impulsively received married a short while in the past. my very own daughter Kelly lately had a toddler. regrettably, she refuses to simply accept that Dan would possibly not go back to determine his first grandchild. My older daughter, Maryellen, is extra sensible.
i feel she's seeing a brand new guy, yet for a few cause she won't inform me who it's.
Then there's Jack, who's been pursuing a romance with Olivia, and his son, Eric, and Eric's female friend, Shelly (I imagine she's pregnant), and Zach and Rosie Cox, whose marriage is seemingly at the skids and… good, simply come on over and we'll speak!
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Extra resources for 204 Rosewood Lane (Cedar Cove, Book 2)
They’d spent hours training together, shouting insults back and forth, each claiming he would be the one who would win. After the accident, only Josh had entered, becoming the second youngest winner in the history of the race. Henri Cornet had been younger, by all of twenty-one days, back in 1904. Ethan looked across the street and their eyes met. Josh wanted to go to his former friend, to tell him that enough time had passed and they both needed to get over it. But despite the phone messages Josh had left, Ethan had never once called him back.
So every other woman on the planet also reacted to Josh the way Charity had. Fabulous. Nothing was as thrilling as being part of an adoring crowd, she thought as she made her way into her office. But it wasn’t a problem. She would simply avoid the man until she figured out how to control her reaction to him. She wanted a nice, normal, safe man. Her mother had always been attracted to the Joshes of the world: too handsome and adored by women everywhere. She’d gotten her heart broken regularly and painfully.
She’d never followed the bike racing circuit or whatever it was called. She didn’t follow any sports. But even she had heard of him. He’d been married to somebody famous—she couldn’t remember who—and was now divorced. He endorsed energy drinks and a major athletic brand. He lived here? He’d come to her meeting and had saved the day? Not possible, she told herself. Maybe she’d fallen and hit her head and now couldn’t remember the event. Maybe she was in a coma somewhere, imagining all this. She walked past the poster and moved toward her office.
204 Rosewood Lane (Cedar Cove, Book 2) by Debbie Macomber