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From the number-one best-selling author of the beloved Calendar Girl books comes the first in a witty, wise and emotionally compelling new series, where coming home is just the beginning....
For 10 years those words, written on pink parchment paper in her mother’s beautiful handwriting, have been Suda Kaye Ross’s guiding star. Every year on her birthday, Suda Kaye opens another of the letters her mother penned before she passed, heeding the advice inside as she fills her life with experiences. From Italy to Australia, from Rio to Russia, she’s slaked her wanderlust. And then, on her 28th birthday, she opens the letter that sends her home.
Returning to Colorado means confronting everything - and everyone - she left behind, including her cherished sister, Evie, and her first love, Camden Bryant. Suda Kaye and Cam spent four years and one unforgettable night together. Given the way she ran out on him, it’s no surprise that he’s wary, resentful...and engaged to someone else. Evie, hardworking and überresponsible, just wants her sister to put down roots at last.
For Evie’s sake, and her own, Suda Kaye is trying to build a new life, all the while wondering whether it’s too late to come back home - or if the most important part of her never really left.
Don't miss To Catch a Dream, the next book in Audrey Carlan's The Wish series that will brings readers a poignant and honest look at life’s most complicated relationships.
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- Mrs. Karen E. Holland
An OK read
Easy listening. Average storyline. Found myself waiting for it to end so a bit disappointing.
Tale your own path!
It’s a 3.5 or 4 for me. I guess I was more into sister bonding than the romance. To be honest, this book took me awhile to warm up. I wasn’t into Suda Kaye and her choices in life but in time, she bloomed. She discovered the things you do have consequences and going back home might be a challenge with her family, sister, old time flame/highschool sweetheart Cam and staring a business. Her mom’s lettters are a guide of how to live to the fullest but lessons are learned and roads are tested. In any case, for me it’s pretty predictable and heartwarming but still like it.