On a coastal breeze

Suzanne Woods Fisher

Large print - 2020

"For Madison Grayson, life is good. Newly licensed as a marriage and family therapist, she can't wait to start her practice. Despite the unfortunate shortage of eligible bachelors on the island--they're all too young, too old, or too weird--Maddie feels like she's finally found her sweet spot. Not even one panic attack in the last year. Not one. And then Ricky O'Shea drops in. Literally. Floating down from the pure blue sky, the one man in the world she hoped never to see again--the one who'd been her archnemesis from kindergarten through her senior dance--parachutes into town, landing on Boon Dock, canopy draping behind him like a superhero. Ricky O'Shea. Now Pastor Rick, the new minister on Three Sister...s Island. Time to panic."--Back cover.

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Christian fiction
Romance fiction
Domestic fiction
Religious fiction
Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, a Cengage Company 2020.
Main Author
Suzanne Woods Fisher (author)
Large print edition
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435 pages (large print) ; 23 cm
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Review by Publisher's Weekly Review

Christy Award--winner Fisher delivers a delightful second installment to her Three Sisters Island trilogy (after On a Summer Tide). After finishing her clinical training for family therapy, Maddie rejoins her family, including sisters Cam and Blaine, on a small island off the coast of Maine to open a psychotherapy practice. However, her newfound confidence fails her when Rick O'Shea, her childhood friend turned high school sweetheart, reenters her life as the island's new pastor. He left her heartbroken on prom night, and as Maddie and Rick learn how to forgive themselves as well as each other, they bond over their shared faith and rekindle their relationship. Meanwhile, Cam, the eldest sister, reevaluates her priorities as she cares for her adoptive son and plans her wedding. Blaine, the youngest sister, disappoints the family by quitting culinary school and avoiding the repercussions of an emotional relationship she started with a married professor (nicely setting up the next installment). While this could be read as a standalone, readers should start from the beginning to fully appreciate the secondary plots involving Cam and Blaine. This winsome tale will hit the spot for fans of contemporary inspirationals. (May)

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