Exhibit A: Faith's little sister, Skye, who muddled through her first divorce at the tender age of twenty-one. Faith has always provided damage control when Skye's love life gets too reminiscent of a daytime drama. Read more...
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Exhibit A: Faith's little sister, Skye, who muddled through her first divorce at the tender age of twenty-one. Faith has always provided damage control when Skye's love life gets too reminiscent of a daytime drama. But now that Faith has finally found the job, if not the man, of her dreams -- as a culinary writer, currently living la dolce vita in Italy -- she can't just jet back to small-town Minnesota to help her suddenly pregnant little sister heal her broken heart and anemic bank account.
BUT NEVER SAY NEVER
Faith has been putting off this homecoming for years, ever since her dad left her family in the lurch, her mother left her in charge of Skye, and a sub-zero case of cold feet led her to call off the engagement to her high school sweetheart, Flynn. But a return to the amber fields of grain might just be what Faith needs to gain some perspective on her past -- and figure out her future. It's been way too long since her last love affair...memories of Flynn still get in the way of every man she meets. But if she and Flynn are really meant to be, why does the path to happily-ever-after have so many potholes?
Second chance for love
When he proposed, she ran away in a panic. Ten years later, the high school sweethearts come face-to-face again in Beth Kendrick's side-splitting, tear-streaked ode to teen love rekindled, My Favorite Mistake. Faith Geary has been on the run ever since leaving Lindbrook, Minnesota, to become a globetrotting travel writer. Her sister Skye's desperate phone call drags her back to deal with a failing small-town Minnesota bar, The Roof Rat, Skye's broken marriage, and a business partner Faith doesn't want to acknowledgePatrick Flynn, the guy she left behind. She's returned intent on rescuing her sister, but Faith discovers she's the one with plenty to learn about love and commitment, relationships and romance. The lessons come in a plethora of packages, from a winsome eight-year-old who has dubbed himself Rex to the oh-too-appealing Flynn. Stir in the Geary sisters' high school nemesis Sally Hutchins for a dueling-divas-in-the-street scene to die for. This is a laugh-out-loud treat as frothy and appealing as raspberry sorbet. Kate Hudson, option this onequick!
Sandy Huseby reviews from Fargo, North Dakota, and lakeside Minnesota.