Preparing for her final year of college, Daisy is crazy busy now that she's back at Butternut Lake. She's helping her mother, Caroline, run their coffee shop and trying to build a relationship with the absentee father who's suddenly reappeared. She never expected to fall in love with Will, the bad boy from high school who works at the local garage. With every passing day she and Will grow closer to each other...and closer to the day they will have to say goodbye. Caroline already has her hands full trying to make ends meet at the coffee shop without having her no-good ex suddenly show up. Now that Jack is back, he's determined to reconnect with the family he walked out on 20 years ago. But with the bank pounding on her door and Jack's presence reminding her of the passion they once shared, Caroline's resolve begins to crumble. As Daisy's departure looms and her financial worries grow, Caroline just may discover the support she needs...in the last place she ever imagined.
©2014 Mary McNear (P)2014 Tantor
Similar to a Robyn Carr novel. Predictable but a cute story for easy listening. Start with the first book in the series, Up at Butternut Lake.
Nothing. The narration was horrible and the story was so predictable.
Boring and didn't like the intonations or voices.
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