New Beginnings

By Jill Barnett

When loved ones leave you, it’s time to change your life… A poignant and uplifting story for fans of Amanda Prowse.

Recently-widowed March Cantrell must deal with her beloved husband’s death while trying to escape the constant interference from her well meaning grown-up children.

All her children that is, apart from Molly. March discovers that the new man she’s dating, Spider Olsen, is 23 years older than her daughter – and believes the relationship is doomed to failure. However, any attempt to talk to Molly only drives them further apart. Meanwhile, March’s sons are fighting for control of the family business.

In order to heal the growing rifts between them all, the family decides to spend Christmas at their mountain home in Lake Tahoe. Whilst skiing one day, March finds herself stranded with a young man called Rio and is surprised to discover that she is attracted to him.

A few weeks after the holidays, March returns to the mountains. One lonely night, whilst dining alone, March is joined by Rio. What starts as a one-night stand becomes something much more.

Her children think March has lost her mind. However, somewhere in this tangled chaos, in the betrayal and competition and the innocence of new love, is the answer for all the Cantrells.

Format: ebook
Release Date: 25 Jun 2009
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-733503-9
Jill Barnett was born and raised in California and now lives on a small island near Seattle. She is an international bestseller and there are more than seven million copies of her work in print in 17 languages.

Praise for The Days of Summer: -

‘Drama, passion and romance collide in this perfect read for long, lazy summer days.’Tasmina Perry, author of Gold Diggers. -

”'Passionate, intense, gloriously dramatic storytelling; just what readers have been waiting for.” - Jayne Ann Krentz

”'Jill Barnett takes readers on a lushly written, deeply emotional journey into the darker recesses of the human heart. Spanning three generations in the lives of two memorable families, The Days of Summer shows the impact one generation's choices has on the next.” - Susan Elizabeth Phillips