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Passing Through Paradise

Susan Wiggs


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After she decides to sell her beach house, a widow must decide whether to risk trusting a romantic new man in her life with deep, dark secrets -- and possibly her heart.

It's been two years since the mysterious accident took Sandra Winslow's politician husband, Victor -- the favorite son of a town called Paradise -- and left Sandra under a cloud of suspicion. She decides to sell her beach house on the edge of town and hires Mike Malloy, who touches her lonely heart. Can she trust a man with unbreakable ties to a community she's eager to leave behind -- and who is determined to unearth her deepest secrets?

Praise For Passing Through Paradise

"[Wiggs is] one of our best observers of stories of the heart [who] knows how to capture emotion on virtually every page of every book."
Salem Statesman Journal

"Real and true and unforgettable."

"A richly textured story that successfully moves beyond the conventions of the romance genre, this book will polish Wiggs's already glowing reputation."
Publishers Weekly

"Once again, Wiggs proves she's a master of both historical and contemporary romance, unfolding the story in slow, delicious layers."
Library Journal

"Susan Wiggs writes poignant, unforgettable stories of every woman's hopes and dreams."
Susan Elizabeth Phillip, #1 New York Times bestselling author of First Star I See Tonight

"Susan Wiggs creates fresh, unique, and exciting tales."
Jayne Ann Krentz, New York Times bestselling author of Promise Not to Tell

Grand Central Publishing, 9781538761700, 464pp.

Publication Date: June 12, 2018

About the Author

Susan Wiggs, a Harvard graduate and former math teacher, self-published her first novel at the age of eight, using blunt scissors, pages from a Big Chief tablet, a borrowed stapler, and a Number Two pencil. She has since become a #1 bestselling author whose work is noted for scenes of emotional truth that evoke both tears and laughter. Unable to completely abandon her beloved teaching profession, she is a frequent workshop leader and speaker at writers' conferences. She lives with her family on an island in the Pacific Northwest.