A Little Rain Must Fall A Little Rain Must Fall
Book 3 - Summer Lake Silver

A Little Rain Must Fall

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Publisher Description

You may have heard the line ‘Into each life some rain must fall.’ 

It’s true for every one of us. We’ve all lived through some hard times, but they don’t have to destroy us. It’s what we do after the rain that determines whether we allow ourselves to find happiness again. 

Ted and Audrey have both known the rain. In fact, they’ve each weathered their fair share of storms. 

Audrey’s thirty-year marriage ended when her husband traded her in for someone the same age as their children. It’s taken her a few years since then, but she’s finally ready to step out and become a new version of herself. 

Ted’s moved on and built himself a good life after the storm that devastated his world many years ago. He’s rich and successful; he’s rebuilt the bond with his son and his family. Life is good, and at his age, he’s not even looking for great. 

When these two meet, they bring a ray of sunshine into each other’s lives. But will another storm threaten their new-found happiness?  

Grab your copy of this heart-warming romance today and follow these two fifty-somethings as they discover that ‘behind the clouds the sun is still shining.’ 

Summer Lake Silver romances find happily ever afters for those who remember being thirty-something—vaguely.

Just because a few decades—or more—have skipped by since you were in your twenties it doesn’t mean you can’t find love, does it? Featuring couples in their fifties and older SJ McCoy’s seasoned romance series proves you don’t have to pack your heart away with the old photos.

Like Some Old Country Song - Clay and Marianne

A Dream Too Far - Seymour and Chris

A Little Rain Must Fall - Ted and Audrey

Where the Rainbow Ends - Diego and Izzy

Silhouettes Shadows and Sunsets – Manny and Nina

More Than Sometimes – Cal and Teresa

Like a Soft Sweet Breeze - Russ and Alexandria

When Words Are Not Enough – Adam and Evelyn

Can’t Fight the Moonlight – Dalton and Taryn

Meet Me Where the Stars Fall – Lucky and Dee

Coming next: Walking on Sunshine - Damon and Jo

April 17
Xenion, Inc
Xenion, inc

Customer Reviews

angie1229 ,

Sweet and hot

Great story, and really liked the ending! Would love to find a “Ted” of my own!

Dunice18-Denise ,

A Little Rain Must Fall!!

SJ McCoy you are an EPIC Author.
OMGOSH these books keep on the track of Amazing! Another book you have Rocked!!! I Love Audrey & Ted WoW I Would so love to be @ the Lake The Boathouse with them All!
Ted is So Down to earth a loving caring man💞 I am so looking forward to getting to know them even better in “Where the Rainbow Ends” the friendship between them and Izzy & Diego💓
I Will be Patiently waiting!!
Thank You SJ for following your Dreams! 🤗 Kenzie has a Drink wait’n for Us!!😉

Nstark83 ,

Sj has done it again

Ooooo my..... I have fallen in love again :) yes I’m a die hard SJ fan but she just keeps out doing herself with every book.... I really hope that the kids in this book get a book also and there are sooooo many other books that need to be written ;)

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