Sunset Bay

Susan Mallery

Book - 2009

"L.A. accountant Megan Greene has a successful job, a handsome cardiologist fiancé, and a doting father. Surely they make up for her estranged sister and hypochondriac mother ... and a niggling sense that something, somewhere, got lost along the way. But then Megan's life falls spectacularly apart. Faced with the knowledge that neither he father nor her fiancé are the men she thought they were, she is loath to trust Travis--the high school boyfriend who never quite left her heart. Bu...t his reappearance stirs dreams she once reluctantly packed away, and forces her to confront her relationship with her sister--a bond that has been strained to the limit but has never quite broken. And amid the turmoil lies the promise of a future Megan never expected--one that may turn out to contain everything she really needs--"--p. [4] of cover.

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Romance fiction
New York : Pocket Star Books 2009.
1st Pocket Star Books pbk. ed
Physical Description
342 p. ; 18 cm
Main Author
Susan Mallery (-)
Review by Booklist Review

Megan Greene is on the upward track at her accounting firm, and she is engaged to a cardiologist with Adonis-like good looks, meaning that hers is a life most people only dream of. Then, thread by thread, it all unravels. Her fiancé admits to having a girlfriend on the side. A rival is sabotaging Megan's work. Megan finds out that her real father wasn't the man who raised her, and, the worst blow, angry about his wife's deception, the loving person she has always called Dad wants nothing to do with Megan, who he now sees as the product of his spouse's infidelity. Stepping away from her humorous romances, here Mallery skillfully conducts an intense emotional journey as Megan tries to piece her life back together, pursuing old dreams and a renewed love. Mallery's characters are complex, often reacting in a different way than expected in this richly textured, poignant tale.--Mosley, Shelley Copyright 2009 Booklist

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