(Evening Island #2)
By Olivia Miles
Women’s Fiction, Romance
Paperback & ebook, 201 Pages
Date 2020 by Rosewood Press
The USA Today bestselling author of the Oyster Bay series invites readers to return to Evening Island for a heartwarming, stand-alone story about three sisters at very different crossroads in their lives who reunite for one unforgettable summer at their family’s lake house.
The Taylor sisters spent every summer at their family’s lake house, but as they grew up, they also grew apart. Now, in honor of their late mother’s wishes, they reunite on Evening Island, each hoping to find the best part of themselves they’d left behind.
Kim is just weeks away from what should be her dream wedding, but as the big day draws closer, her doubts only grow stronger. Some time away may be just the thing she needs to help clear her head…or change her heart.
Heather has always been the reliable sister, but a recent divorce has made everything feel uncertain. When a second chance with an old flame comes along, she must decide if a summer love can last a lifetime.
Andrea’s career is her top priority, even if her heart is no longer in it. When her boss suggests a vacation, a couple of weeks on the island leads to the inspiration she was searching for, and not just for work…
Thanks to the beauty of the island and the memories they share, the sisters come together, search their hearts, and discover what the future holds for each of them at summer’s end.
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Other Books in the Series
Meet Me at Sunset
(Evening Island #1)
By Olivia Miles
Paperback & ebook, 324 Pages
February 25, 2020 by Rosewood Press
From USA TODAY bestselling author Olivia Miles comes the first in a collection of stand-alone novels set on the fictional shores of Evening Island—just a ferry ride across the lake from Blue Harbor, home to the newest heartwarming series!
The Morgan sisters spent many blissful summers at their family’s lake house growing up, but as they grew older, their lives took very different paths.
Hope adores her twin girls, but she doesn’t love being a stay-at-home mom. When her workaholic husband doesn’t support her career aspirations, she packs up the kids and goes to Sunset Cottage, thinking that some time apart will help her decide what she really wants-but when the life she dreamed of becomes a possibility, she is more torn than ever.
Gemma was supposed to be planning her wedding, not trying to get back deposits. And she was supposed to be finished writing her latest romance novel, not staring at a blank screen. Lost and down on her luck, she heads north to Evening Island, hoping to find the inspiration she needs to fill the page, and maybe, her heart.
Ellie is almost perfectly content living in the house that once belonged to her grandmother, even if it does get a little lonely sometimes. Still, work is steady at her art studio and the island continues to serve as a muse, especially when her first love makes a surprise return.
In the course of a month, the Morgan sisters learn that despite their differences and their personal struggles, they might just have more in common than the old summer cottage that they inherited.
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About the Author
Olivia Miles is a USA Today bestselling author of heartwarming women’s fiction and small-town contemporary romance. She has frequently been ranked as an Amazon Top 100 author, and her books have appeared on several bestseller lists, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, BookScan, and USA Today. Treasured by readers across the globe, Olivia’s novels have been translated into German, French, and Hungarian, with editions in Australia and the United Kingdom. After growing up in New England and later living in Montreal, Olivia traded salt water for fresh water, and is most happy reading on the sandy shore of Lake Michigan, or spending time with her husband, daughter, and two lovable dogs.
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Ends July 15, 2021
Heather had every intention of spending Monday afternoon by herself. Andrea was out—possibly with John again, not that she’d revealed as much—and Kim had gone down to the beach with Gemma. After lunch, she took her notebook and a glass of lemonade out to the porch, and nearly spilled it all over the front of her sundress when she saw Billy sitting on one of the wicker armchairs, admiring the view as if he owned the place.
“You scared me!” Heather set a hand to her racing heart, but she couldn’t fight off her grin. It was just the thrill of the scare, she told herself firmly. It had absolutely nothing to do with the way that Billy was smiling at her, his eyes so bright even from a few feet away, his smile one that she could never resist.
Even when she really should.
“Scared you or surprised you?” He cocked an eyebrow.
She set down her glass with a shaking hand. “Both?”
“A good surprise, I hope,” he said, looking at her expectantly.
He was probably waiting for her to sit down and join him, but she couldn’t, at least not yet. Her heart was still pounding even though the shock had worn off and she had a bad feeling that today was only going to make her fall a little more in love with Billy, and what would be the good in that?