By the age of eighteen, Gail Anderson-Dargatz knew that she wanted to write about Canadian women in rural settings. Today, Gail is a bestselling author. A Recipe for Bees and The Cure for Death by Lightning were finalists for the Giller prize. She currently teaches fiction in the creative writing program at the University of British Columbia. Gail divides her time between Manitoulin Island and the Shuswap region of BC, the landscape found in so much of her writing.
Bed and Breakfastby Gail Anderson-Dargatz
One morning, Annie helps her friend Steve fix the kitchen pipes. She couldn't manage without Steve. But with his old clothes and unshaven face, he's not Mr. Right. Then Annie hears a man's voice:
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Annie runs a bed and breakfast, renting rooms to overnight guests. She has lived alone since her husband died five years ago. Now, she wishes for someone to love.
One morning, Annie helps her friend Steve fix the kitchen pipes. She couldn't manage without Steve. But with his old clothes and unshaven face, he's not Mr. Right. Then Annie hears a man's voice: "Hello?" Surprised, she bumps her head on the bottom of the kitchen sink. Jumping up, Annie welcomes Brent, her guest. Her heart skips a beat as she meets him for the first time. Handsome, charming, well dressed—will Brent turn out to be the man of her dreams? A perfect book choice for new readers.
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