A good read about a woman surviving cancer, learning to really live life. A well written book, not a weepy story. She learns that not everyone is going to fall in with the plans she thinks is best. Enter an old friend from high school that is also trying to put his life back together.
A PR executive who's just fought breast cancer now has to try to convince her 85 year old grandmother to slow down. That's tough, since Granny owns an inn and just wants a "little" help to fix it up. Fun read and thought provoking too!
makes you want to curl up on the beach and keep turning the pages!
Easy to read, light romance. I loved the interactions of the multigenerational family women even more than the love story.
Overstuffed second-time-around romance, with a 40-something career woman facing health, professional, and family crises as she dances around her attraction to a hunky, but wounded, doctor.
Good summer read. As with other Sherryl Wood's books, you are pretty sure there will be a good ending but they allow you to escape with some twists and turns throughout the story.