1105 Yakima Street
1105 Yakima Street
Mira Books, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780778312512, 400pp.
Publication Date: August 30, 2011
You've probably heard that my wife has left me. Rachel's pregnant, and she says she can't handle the stress in our household anymore. My thirteen-year-old daughter, Jolene, is jealous of her. Maybe it's my fault. As a widower I spoiled her
Jolene was reading over my shoulder just now and says that's not true. She claims Rachel ruined everything. But that's not true. The real question is: How can I get my wife back? I don't even know where she is. She's not with Teri Polgar or any of her other friends from the salon. The other question iswhen will Jolene grow up and stop acting like such a brat?
Of course, I'm not the only one in town with problems. Linc Wyse's father-in-law is trying to destroy his business. And you know Charlotte Rhodes? Seems she's becoming forgetful, and the family's worried about her and Ben. Lots of other stuff going onbut Rachel is better at keeping up with it than I am.
If you have any idea where my wife is, give me a call. Please.
"Macomber's tenth installment in the Cedar Cove series is every bit as entertaining as her prior nine."
-New York Journal of Books
"Macomber deftly combines sweet romance and a breath of suspense without losing the homespun charm that's been delighting readers for years."
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