When she needed to think, nothing helped more than sitting down with a knitting project. She'd heard from Annie that his marriage to Tiffany had ended in divorce the previous yearafter a brief separationand felt genuinely sorry for him. In fact, Bethanne had briefly dated Paul, Tiffany's first husband, shortly after the divorce, although date wasn't exactly the right word.She felt a sense of happy anticipation as she parked in front of the yarn store, which was owned by her dear friend Lydia Goetz. They'd been more of a two-person support group, helping each other grapple with their betrayal by the people they loved.The key was to keep the ideas fresh and the prices reasonable.
Annie worked with her, and the two of them had recently developed birthday party ideas for cats and dogs, which was now a popular trend, especially among childless, affluent professionals.
A longtime widow, Ruth would like to reconnect with the love of her teenage life. Bethanne needs time to reflect, to ponder a decision she has to make—whether or not to reconcile with her ex-husband, Grant, her children’s father.
Meanwhile, Annie’s out to prove to her onetime boyfriend that she can live a life without him!
Her work has appeared on every major bestseller list, with more than 170 million copies in print, and she is a multiple award winner.
The Hallmark Channel based a television series on Debbie's popular Cedar Cove books. I think Dad wants to get back together." Bethanne's daughter, Annie, spoke with studied nonchalance.