This book follows two sisters, Shana and Ali. Ali is part of the Navy, and when the Navy sends her overseas, Ali reminds Shana that she had put down her name as "support person" to take care of her daughter Jasmine, in this contigency. At the time that Shana had agreed to put her name down, it had seemed to be only a technicality, as it did not seem likely that she would ever be needed, but things change, and now Ali reminds her of her agreement.
The timing could not be worse. Shana has just broken up with her five-year boyfriend, and, as a gesture (to herself) that she is starting a whole new life, Shana quits her job, moves to another city, and buys a pizza parlor (a major career change). A little girl is exactly what she does *not* need right now. In the end, though, everything works out, and as they tend to in romance land, everything works out much better than anyone could have hoped for.
Female Navil officer is deployed and has to leave her daughter with her sister in a strange town. The daughter tries her best to set the sister up with a good friend of her mother's who just happens to be a Naval Officer too. Another great book from Macomber
Another book in the "Navy" Series by Debbie Macomber. She is such a delightful writer. Her descriptions of the area are wonderful, and make you feel as though you were there. Two sisters, one in the Navy, both lead enchanting lives. I know you will enjoy this book.
Awesome book. I am a navy wife, so I love anything Navy related. This was a wonderful love story.
Shanna Berre's sister is called up for a 6 month deployment on a aircraft carrier and quess who gets to parent her 9 year old daughter. There's a new career change for Shanna, lot's of laugh's about parenting and of course romance. A definate easy reading story that will keep you interested from cover to cover.