Margo Harper is done with love. After swearing off it once before, she fell for the safe bet, the sure thing…but the only thing she can be sure of now is that her marriage is over. With only one place to go, she returns to Maine, desperate for her grandmother's pancakes, her sisters' laughter, and maybe a chance to begin again.
But while Margo may have run home, she doesn't plan on staying, especially when she comes face to face with the first man who ever broke her heart. Eddie's reappearance in Oyster Bay is reason enough to turn the car around, but Margo is even more troubled when she discovers nothing in her hometown is quite as she left it.
Her older sister is selling their childhood house, her younger sister can't get her life together, and their aging grandmother can no longer keep any of their names straight. But just when it starts to feel like all is lost, Margo finds herself at a crossroads that leaves her questioning what is worth fighting for…and where she truly belongs.
Feels Like Home
A glass of sweet tea would go prefect with this book. Three sisters,a uncle and aging grandmother (with humor). Problems with an ex, old love, finances , cheating husband and childhood home. Looking forward to book two.