She was the cherished Grandmother who sang songs in Russian, loved to roller-skate, and spoke little of her past. But when Granny Dan died all that remained was a box wrapped in brown paper tied with string. Inside, an old pair of satin toe shoes, a gold locket, and a stack of letters tied with ribbon. It was her legacy, waiting to be discovered by the granddaughter who loved her but never really knew her.
Reeling with heartache after her husband abandons her for a younger woman, Adrienne Willis flees to the small costal town of Rodanthe, North Carolina, to tend to a friends inn. Here she hopes to find the tranqiulity she so desperately needs to rething her life. But almost as soon as she get there, a major storm is forecast and a guest named Dr. Paul Flanner arrives. At fifty-four, Paul has just sold his medical practice and is trying to escape his own shattered past. Now, with a fierce nor'easter closing in, two wounded people will turn to each other for comfort and in one weekend set in motion feeling tha will resonate throughout the rest of their lives.
Elm MacBride belongs to a world of wealth, politics and Southern hospitality. But when her husband, a self-absorbed politician, who will stop at nothing to seize power, betray her, Elm flees Savannah to her old friends chalet in the heart of Switzerland.
This book is a fantastic end to the story that began with Keegan's Lady. I enjoyed this book and was pleased that it had such an awesome ending. This was the first series by Anderson that I've read but I will be reading more by her. I highly recommend this series.
The Mulvaneys are blessed by all that makes life sweet, a hardworking father, a loving mother, three fine sons and a bright,pretty daughter. They are confident in their love for each other and their positiion in the rural community of Mt. Ephraim, New York. But something happens on Valentines Day, an incident that is hushed up in town and never spoken of in the Mulvaney home, that rends the fabric of their family life with tragic consequences.
After thirty years, Wilson Lewis is forced to face a painful truth. His wife, Jane, has fallen out of love with him, and it is entirely his fault. Despite the shining example of his in-laws, Noah and Allie Calhound (The Notebook) and their fifty year love affair, Wilson is unable to express his true feelings. He has spent too much time at the office. Now his daughter is about to marry and his wife is thinking about leaving him. But if Wilson is sure of anythig, it's this: His love for Jane has grown over the years, and he will do anything he can to save their marriage.