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August Sunsets (The Vineyard Sunset Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
Unanswered questions. A sailing adventure gone wrong. The Sheridan sisters face the end of the season that changed their lives forever.
Lola Sheridan is the youngest Sheridan sister: a whip-smart journalist with a flair for the dramatic. As her older sisters settle into new lives on the Vineyard, Lola demands more out of the summer season with a fantastical sailing expedition up from the Florida Keys to Martha’s Vineyard. The sailor who takes her? The mysterious, dark-eyed loner, Tommy Gasbarro—the ex-stepson of the Sheridan sisters’ greatest enemy. He represents so much of what went wrong in Lola’s life—and knows secrets about her mother that she was never allowed to learn.
Susan continues on with her chemotherapy, and her illness remains on the forefront of the sisters’ minds. Wes Sheridan grapples with his dementia, as Christine continues to find new ways to push beyond her traditional gloomy behavior. All the while, Lola’s only daughter, the nineteen-year-old Audrey, inches through her pregnancy, and comprehends the depths of her mistake and what second-chances are really all about.
August on Martha’s Vineyard is a last grasp at the beauty of summer. As the tourist season comes to a close, the Sheridan sisters find opportunity for rest, for renewal, for strength, and for acceptance. Surrounded by crystal blue waters and white sandy beaches, they turn inward—toward one another and the memories they’ve kept within them for many years—to find peace, to be better lovers, to accept what came before and build something new for the future. If this season has taught them anything, it’s that together, anything is possible. Come to the Vineyard, and find out what happens to Lola, Susan, Christine, and everyone else they hold dear.
- ASIN : B08B12NS2N
- Publication date : August 11, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1731 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 218 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08FNHB6X5
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #8,552 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Lola is relaxed as she finishes up a story about a Boston Brunch spot that is due that day. When she finishes and goes inside, she can’t find Wes. He has dementia and she is to be watching him, now he is gone. She decides to go towards the Inn thinking he went there. Relieved, she finds him in the woods, birdwatching! When she comes near him, he thinks she is her Mother, who had died years ago. Lola looks just like her Mother. However, he remembers her quickly and the crisis is averted. As they are finishing breakfast, Susan and Scott come in. Scott had taken Susan to her chemo. She had finally told the family that she had breast cancer. They take turns taking her to chemo. However, Susan is upbeat and today, she wants to go wig shopping, so the girls go together, once more strengthening their new relationship.
Lola has been thinking of her next story and her boss, Colin, comes to the Island to see the island, talk about possible stories, but mainly to see her. Lola realizes he wants to rekindle their romantic relationship and she considers it; but in the end turns him down. Colin has come to tell her he thinks she needs to send out resumes to join bigger publications than his. He offers to help her in any way and wants to keep their friendship intact. She has fallen for Tommy Gasboro instead.
When she takes Susan to her chemo again, they are near the marina and she goes over to talk to Tommy as he has just come into the harbor. While they are chatting, he mentions he is going to the Florida Keys and sailing back up to the Vineyard. Colin had told her he would take any stories about Tommy as his readers loved hearing about him. Lola suggests he keep notes and she interviews him when he returns and writes a story about his sail. He invites her to go along, experience it herself, and write the story. She finds herself agreeing and plans to join him, much to the approval of her daughter. Her sisters are not so sure about the sailing part as their Mother died when she was thirty-eight while sailing, ironically, with Tommy’s Step-Dad. Lola will be having her thirty-ninth birthday while on the trip.
Read the series. No, I haven’t told you the whole story, not by a long shot. There is much more to the story.
Likeable. Fun banter . . . .sometimes corny. Overall an enjoyable read encouraging positive relationships.