Celadon Summer

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As a high school teacher, Jan Gregg was used to dealing with children, but her summer plans involved a lengthy tour of the British isles with no kids in sight. Until, that is, her friend and traveling companion broke her ankle on the proverbial banana peel, and Jan's sister desperately needed someone to stay with her ten-year-old twins so that she and her husband could indulge in a well-deserved getaway. Actually, the prospect of spending the summer on an old farmhouse on Whidbey Island with her favorite neice ...

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Overview

As a high school teacher, Jan Gregg was used to dealing with children, but her summer plans involved a lengthy tour of the British isles with no kids in sight. Until, that is, her friend and traveling companion broke her ankle on the proverbial banana peel, and Jan's sister desperately needed someone to stay with her ten-year-old twins so that she and her husband could indulge in a well-deserved getaway. Actually, the prospect of spending the summer on an old farmhouse on Whidbey Island with her favorite neice and nephew had some appeal. Jan loved being with the children, and the island's charms included lovely beaches on Puget Sound, and plenty of opportunities for fishing and whale watching. After Jan and the children encounter Cade Colby fishing on the beach, a friendship blossoms between the four, with the added spice of a warm attraction between Jan and Cade. Unfortunately, the isolation and rugged coastline that makes the island so attractive to nature lovers also makes it the perfect place for certain criminal activities. And Jan, Cade and the kids are soon caught up in something that could ruin their idyllic summer, and maybe even Jan and Cade's promising future together.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477838433
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance
  • Publication date: 8/20/2013
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

After 35 years in Washington State, Joanna Morehouse considers herself a "native." Originally from Ohio, after graduating from Ohio U., her itchy feet took her to California, where she met her Navy husband. Transferred to Washington State, they chose it as home. Mother of three and grandmother of four, Jo loves chocolate, is an enthusiastic traveler (23 countries visited and raring to go again), reader, active in her church, and an avid organic gardener and champion slug killer!

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