"You'll fall instantly in love with Cedar Key and this homespun knitting community." --Lori Wilde
"New York Times "bestselling author Terri DuLong welcomes you to the colorful community of Cedar Key, Florida--a place where hearts are warm and friendship is true. . .
Josie Sullivan adores her Cedar Key home. It's been the ideal place to raise her daughter, Orli, who's just turning sixteen. Now that Josie has realized her dream of becoming a registered nurse, she's been offered the perfect job too--helping Dr. Simon Mancini run his new practice.
Until the clinic opens, Josie is filling in at Yarning Together, where she launches a series of knitting classes for men. Yet for all the vibrant changes, there are some tangled threads. Josie's romance-author mother, Shelby, receives a worrying diagnosis. And though Josie has always guarded her independence, her connection to Orli's father, Grant, seems to be rekindling. Most of all, as Shelby's college classmates rally around their dear friend, Josie begins to see that "home" is more than a place; it's the relationships woven into each life, strand by strand. . .
"An intriguing premise, a cozy, small-town backdrop, and even the hint of some magic. . .A sweet story, set in a friendlycommunity." --"Kirkus "on "Postcards from Cedar Key"
"Tender and poignant, perfect for those who love knitting as well as the bonds between women." "RT Book Reviews "(4 Stars) on "Sunrise on Cedar Key"
"A delightful addition to thatgenre ofneedlecraft-inspired books." --"Library Journal "on "Casting About""
Farewell to Cedar Key
Kensington Publishing Corporation