Olivia Hesson finds herself in a world of family secrets, new loves, and historic buildings -- all because of her great-aunt's will.
When her great-aunt passes away, she names Olivia the sole owner of one of the oldest historic buildings in Edgartown, with one demand—she must return it to its former glory.
This is a lot to swallow.
Like the other Sisters of Edgartown, Olivia hasn't had an easy road. She married her high school sweetheart, Tyler, and had a child, Chelsea, but found herself living out a nightmare of separation and divorce when Tyler fled the Vineyard for a better life in Boston.
Since then, she's worked as the English & Creative Writing teacher at the local high school. Olivia has tried her best to manage her teenage daughter, Chelsea, who is angry and resents her for her father leaving.
Her inheritance—old historic building is rife with secrets. It creaks and sighs with long-forgotten stories. And it captures Olivia's fascination in a way that surprises her.
Of course, the maintenance man who lives there surprises her, too.
This is book two of the Sisters of Edgartown Series: a new women's fiction series that contains a heartwarming journey of friendship, loss, and love, and one that will make you fall in love with the people of Edgartown and want the next book.
For fans of Pamela Kelley, Caroline Brown, and Debbie Macomber.