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Divorce burns. No one knows this better than Diane Hollenbeck, who has the settlement papers and scars to prove it. Determined to salvage her life from the ashes, Diane starts fresh, beginning with a long sabbatical in New England.

A retreat to her friends' lake house seems idyllic - to ignite her writing career, rediscover herself, and rekindle her confidence along the placid shores of Lake Champlain. Until Diane encounters her new neighbor - a sexy recluse with a strong and stormy personality.

Now, navigating the small island town and finding her much-needed solace is impossible. Conflict swells. And sparks erupt. But as Diane draws closer to this fiery acquaintance, she discovers there's more behind her neighbor's stinging flames - a shared loss and longing that fuses them together.

©2020 Amanda Kayhart (P)2020 Amanda Kayhart

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  • christin
  • 2020-09-14

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Narrator sounded old. Nothing wrong with it. Quite sure there are elders that sound better, but this one was real old sounding. I mean I couldn't help but think of grandma, and I'm not into that.

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  • Sab
  • 2020-10-12

Loved the book

It took me time to get used to the narration, for some reason Sara Moresy’s voice sounded too old for the story, but I loved the fact that the story was not about a 24 YO woman, but a 50 YO. I love working with glass so I loved the story of the glass in and out of the story... the straight friends was a good addition to the story as well. Great book.