For Lucy Greco Cavanaugh, life is a dream come true. She has it all. The perfect family. The perfect husband. The perfect marriage. What more could she wish for? Other than the chance to do it all again. To experience once more the agony and ecstasy of falling in love with the man of her dreams. To recapture the joy and uncertainty that comes with starting over.
As far as Dan Cavanaugh is concerned, his life has become a nightmare. His storybook marriage is on the line when Deirdre Shelton-Cooper, the runaway daughter of a former girlfriend arrives in Oberon intent on proving Dan is her father. Even though he’s convinced the girl’s claims are false, he decides his only chance to keep from losing everything lies in keeping her very existence a secret from his wife and family.
But, sometimes, what you don’t know can hurt you--and those you love. When Deirdre, masquerading as a surfer girl named Monica, accidentally hooks up with their son, Seth, Lucy and Dan are left to wonder: has their perfect, fairy-tale romance, turned into a classic Greek tragedy?
Sometimes you get exactly what you wish for. And it’s more than you’d ever dreamed.
|Series:||Oberon , #4|
|File size:||589 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
PG Forte was born on the wrong coast; a mistake she corrected as soon as she was able. And one she avoided making with her children, both of whom were born in Santa Monica, California within sight (on a clear day, and at a height of several stories) of the Pacific Ocean. She has spent most of the last seventeen years living in various locations throughout The Golden State—North, South and even, as King Arthur might have phrased it ‘for one brief shining moment’ in that Camelot of California, The Central Coast. The idea for the series came to her, appropriately enough, while she was enjoying a latte at an outdoor café in the company of friends. In many ways, Oberon is a celebration of everything weird, wacky and wonderful about her adopted home state. Besides books on Oberon, Ms. Forte has also written several documentary film scripts, and a children’s book on safety.