By Robyn Carr
They have been top buddies due to the fact that 7th grade. yet this summer time, teetering at the threshold of thirty, 4 girls are going to wish one another greater than ever.Cassie has sworn off romance after another undesirable date. but deep down, she's nonetheless trying to find Mr. perpetually. A long-haired biker does not determine into her plans, so where's the damage in traveling the again roads of Sonoma on a Harley with Walt Arneson?Julie married her highschool sweetheart—who can get her pregnant with a trifling glance—too younger and now wonders how her existence turned all approximately leaky taps and checkbook balances. might be love isn't really adequate to maintain the most well liked couple in town.Marty's firefighter husband has forgotten all approximately romance, and an past love starts to seem strong tempting.Beth, a hectic health professional trapped in a physique that is betrayed her over again, is turning into a tough sufferer and a secretive friend.Life can swap in an instant…or a summer season. And having previous acquaintances to lean on can purely up the possibilities of fortunately ever after.
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I heard you. The car was rocking. Two people in the front seat? ” He shrugged. ” He lifted a hand. He stared at his own knuckles for a second. They were bruised and swelling. “Holy cow,” she said. ” “Yeah. ” Then he grinned. “Maybe he’ll try to sue me or something, huh? I’d love that. So, I’m Walt. ” “Cassie,” she said. Then she shook her head. ” “Doesn’t sound like it,” he answered. “I thought I was being careful. I didn’t run him through a private investigator or anything, but I met with him a couple of times, talked to him a lot, and I didn’t think he was that type of guy.
He adores you, can’t you see that? How can you be so ridiculous about it? Just a little peck on the head—that’s all it will take to make him happy. I mean, come on, it’s Steve! He’s like a son to you! ” Billy, hands in his pockets, bent at the waist and kissed the gray top of Steve’s bony head. And Steve, contented, sat for him and put up a paw to shake. “You kiss boy dogs,” Cassie said with a laugh. “Jerk. Lock me out. Call me if you need anything. ” And he was gone. Cassie looked at Steve and said, “Good job.
She sniffed back the tears and said, “Go. ” Cassie bent down and kissed the top of each little head. “The bottle you left a week ago is still in the fridge,” she said, running a hand through her lank hair. ” The kids broke free and ran off, followed by their mother. Cassie threw her purse onto a chair and headed for the kitchen. Then she turned back and flipped the dead bolt on the front door. In the kitchen she found a wineglass and poured herself some cold white from the refrigerator; she’d gotten in the habit of bringing a big jug of wine over when she came.
A Summer in Sonoma by Robyn Carr