If Sadie Turner is good at anything, it’s putting stuff in order. So when she finds her “perfect” life in disarray, she hopes a summer vacation at her aunt’s lake house will help her piece it back together. She wants to relax, reboot, and heal the wounds left by her cheating ex-husband.... read more
Sadie Turner discovers that her husband is a womanizing cheat, so she divorces him and moves with her children from their home in Glenville to live with her eccentric aunt, Dody, in Bell Harbor. She still owns the home, but she needs a break. Dody's house is the perfect place to relax and... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Sadie Turner discovers that her husband is a womanizing cheat, so she divorces him and moves with her children from their home in Glenville to live with her eccentric aunt, Dody, in Bell Harbor. She still owns the home, but she needs a break. Dody's house is the perfect place to relax and sort out her life. Little did she know that Dody's son Jasper, a chef, would also be there for the summer along with her flamboyantly gay son Fontaine. With all of these strong personalities around, there's never a dull moment. Eventually, Sadie meets the handsome doctor who jogs on the beach, and her life heads into a new direction. Can she trust again after what she's been through? Will she move to Bell Harbor and start a business organizing people's clutter? Will her ex-husband disrupt the happiness that she's found? So many questions to be answered in this story that will make you giggle, laugh, and cry.
“My heart thumped against my rib cage like a firefly trying to escape a glass jar.”Sadie
“The idea of him standing at an ironing board pressing his clothes for a night out with me gave me tingles in all the places tingles tingled most often.”Sadie
“Des with his intense gaze rolling over me like hot lava, making me sizzle right to the bone.”Sadie
“I'd had pimples that covered more surface area than the itty-bitty dress she was (almost) wearing.”Sadie
“My heart went pop, pop, sparkle, sparkle, shimmer, shimmer, sigh...”Sadie
“That put him straight into Panty Melting territory. (Panty Melter: an exceedingly rare species of man blessed with so many desirable attributes he effortlessly gains access into a girl's panties.)”Sadie
“Imagine, forty years with the same man and still the thought of him made her blush. If true love ever existed, that was it.”
“His eyes had a mischievous glint, like the time when we were sixteen and he talked me into smoking dope behind the boat shed and I ended up swimming naked in the lake. Then I woke up the next morning covered in beach grass cuts with a half gallon of melted ice cream on my pillow.”
“"Hello?" I tried to sound skinny.”Sadie
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