Summer at the Shore Leave Cafe

Summer at the Shore Leave Cafe : Shore Leave Cafe Book One

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Joelle Gordon is leaving Chicago and her cheating husband to head for her hometown of Landon, Minnesota. There, she returns to the Shore Leave Cafe, the lakeside diner the Davis women have run for decades. Joelle's family, including her three teenaged daughters, Camille, Tish, and Ruthann, is made up of strong women who have long believed in a curse upon them - a curse that robs them of the men they love. This summer has plenty in store for Joelle. Finding herself confronted with the reality of single motherhood, the last thing she expects is gorgeous, passionate Blythe Tilson, a summer employee at Shore Leave, with an uncertain past. Can Joelle resist the temptation of a younger man, and does she dare to consider loving someone again, or will the Davis family curse prove all too true? A story about heartbreak, blame, family, destiny, and the difficulties of returning home, Summer at the Shore Leave Cafe is the first book in the Shore Leave series."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 312 pages
  • 133.35 x 203.2 x 19.81mm | 426.37g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514627191
  • 9781514627198

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Abbie Williams has been addicted to love stories since she was a little girl. An avid lover of language, history, and women's studies, when she isn't writing, teaching, or taking care of her busy family, you can find her listening to bluegrass music.show more

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