Saturday, September 24, 2011

Sunrise on Cedar Key by Terri Dulong

The evening before her move back to Cedar Keys, Gracie gets a phone call that shocks her to her core.  Her coffee house and apartment have burned down.  Luckily, her Aunt Maude has just purchased property in Cedar Keys and implores Gracie to rent the second apartment on her property.
Maude has an idea about having knitting retreat weekends, and with the love of knitting the family has, Gracie jumps at the idea and offers to partner the small business. However, there's one clinch in their plans.  Gracie's older sister, Chloe, is going through a divorce and needs a place to stay and of course Maude can't say no.  Unfortunately, Gracie and Chloe don't get along well.
Monica is pregnant and kept very busy.  Her yarn store is going to be important to the new knitting retreat business, but it's more than Monica can juggle right now, so Dora and Chloe decide to partner up to run the store.
A tight community of women who lean on one another when times are tough and embrace one another in times of joy, Sunrise on Cedar Key is a heart-warming read! From laughter to tears, heartbreak to falling in love, there is something to cherish with the friendships these women nurture and build their lives upon.  Even when the times get tough, they dig deep and find the strength to carry on.  Terri Dulong is a master storyteller and her Cedar Key series is page-turning and compelling with wonderful characters.  You won't want to miss it!  (Author website) (Blog)
SPINNING FORWARD - Book 1 in the Cedar Key Series( Kensington Publishers Oct. 27, 2009)

CASTING ABOUT, Book #2 in the Cedar Key Series, and my Christmas novella, A CEDAR KEY CHRISTMAS, with Fern Michaels headlining the anthology, HOLIDAY MAGIC (Kensington - November 2010)

SUNRISE ON CEDAR KEY - Book #3 in the Cedar Key Series (Kensington - October 25, 2011)

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