You'll fall instantly in love with Cedar Key and this homespun knitting community. --Lori Wilde
"e;A Southern Debbie Macomber, but with a flair all her own."e; --Karin Gillespie
"e;New York Times"e; bestselling author Terri DuLong's heartwarming new novel invites you to Cedar Key, Florida--a close-knit community that offers an easy pace, gorgeous scenery--and a whole new perspective on family and forgiveness. . .
In the wake of her husband Andrew's sudden passing, there's nowhere Marin Kane would rather be than back on Cedar Key. Marin plans to run the needlepoint store next to her mother Dora's yarn shop, and settle once more into her tranquil hometown. Then a bombshell arrives: a secret daughter Andrew never revealed to anyone.
Now nineteen, Fiona was the product of a summer affair Andrew had when he was out of town teaching--while Marin was home with their two small sons. All Fiona wants is a chance to meet her half-brothers and Marin--and through them get some sense of the father she barely knew. Marin isn't sure she can ever overcome her sense of betrayal. But buoyed by old friends--and a new love--the answers may unfold, guiding both Marin and Fiona to a true refuge at last.
"e;An intriguing premise, a cozy, small-town backdrop, and even the hint of some magic. . . A sweet story, set in a friendly community."e; --"e;Kirkus "e;on "e;Postcards from Cedar Key"e;
"e;Tender and poignant, perfect for those who love knitting as well as the bonds between women."e; "e;RT Book Reviews "e;(4 Stars) on "e;Sunrise on Cedar Key"e;
"e;A delightful addition to thatgenre ofneedlecraft-inspired books."e; --"e;Library Journal "e;on "e;Casting About"e;"e;
Secrets on Cedar Key
Kensington Publishing Corporation