Abby Rhodes is just starting to get her life on track.After her fiancé’s unexpected death, she returned with her young son to the small village where she grew up and threw herself into helping her ailing grandmother run the town’s beach café.A former New Yorker, she now lives in Wales with her husband five children.
“With lush coastal imagery and well-drawn characters, Hewitt immerses the reader in the deeply personal struggles and triumphs of Rachel and Claire.
At turns introspective and exhilarating, this novel proves that it’s never too late to start over.”—Booklist Kate Hewitt is the USA Today bestselling author of more than fifty books, including the Hartley-by-the-Sea novels Rainy Day Sisters and Now and Then Friends, and more recently, the Willoughby Close series.
They were inseparable in their youth, the very best of friends, two halves of a whole.
For four years, Miles Linwood, the Marquess of Grenton, has felt incomplete without her.
Then one evening, her mother, Laura, shows up in Hartley-by-the-Sea and announces her plan to stay.
After twenty years away, she now wants to focus on the future—and has no intention, it seems, of revisiting the painful past.We know all our members personally, we meet them, chat with them, spend time with them, so we can form an informed, rounded view which helps us find the right potential match.Our members represent a broad cross section of backgrounds, lifestyles, ages and experiences.Laura Rhodes has made a lot of mistakes, and many of them concern her daughter.But as Abby gets little glimpses into her mother’s life, she begins to realize there are depths to Laura she never knew.When a carriage breakdown leaves him temporarily stranded in a tiny town, Miles makes an unexpected discovery that will alter the course of his life, and rewrite the pages of his past.