Dawn Dixon can hardly believe she's on a groomless honeymoon on
beautiful Cape Cod . . . with her mother. Sure, Marnie Dixon is good
company, but Dawn was supposed to be here with Kevin, the love of her
life (or so she thought).
Marnie Dixon needs some time away from the absolute realness of life as much as her jilted daughter does, and she's not about to let her only child suffer alone--even if Marnie herself had been doing precisely that for the past month.
Given the circumstances, maybe it was inevitable that Marnie would do something as rash as buy a run-down ice-cream shop in the town's tightly regulated historic district. After all, everything's better with ice cream.
Her exasperated daughter knows that she's the one who will have to clean up this mess. Even when her mother's impulsive real estate purchase brings Kevin back into her life, Dawn doesn't get her hopes up. Everyone knows that broken romances stay broken . . . don't they?
Welcome to a summer of sweet surprises on Cape Cod--a place where dreams just might come true.
About The Author
The book starts with a young woman, Dawn, going on her honeymoon with her mom, Marnie, and we are there to experience how they start a new chapter in their lives.
The setting is a small old town on Cape Cod, and then a run down building that was, or can be, an ice cream shop. I could just hear Dawn thinking, "what has Mom gotten in to?", and you will be thinking the same. This read is filled with love, kindness, and a bit of humor, and a classic old New England preservationist!
Be careful, you'll soon be creating ice cream flavors in your mind, but stay and page turn your way to the end for answers!
I received this book through the Publisher Revell, and was not required to give a positive review.