Sweet Tomorrows: A Rose Harbor Novel

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13The much-anticipated conclusion to Debbie Macomber’s beloved Rose Harbor series, occur the picturesque capital of scotland- Cedar Cove, Sweet Tomorrows is really a vibrant and poignant novel of letting go of fear, following on from the heart, and embracing the future—come what may.

Nine months ago, Mark Taylor abruptly left Cedar Cove using a perilous pursuit to right an inaccurate from his past. Though Mark finally confessed the love for her, innkeeper Jo Marie Rose is unsure if he’s ever finding its way back. The Rose Harbor Inn barely seems exactly the same without Mark, but Jo Marie can’t bear to shed herself in grief all over again. Determined to advance, she begins dating again, and finds companionship when she takes using a boarder that is starting a whole new chapter herself.

Recovering from your twice-broken heart, Emily Gaffney, an adolescent teacher, is staying on the inn while she seeks a home of her very own. Having abandoned marriage, Emily hopes for adopting children someday. She has her eye during one house in particular—with room for the children. Although Emily’s inquiries regarding the house are rudely rebuffed, her rocky get started with the owner eventually blossoms into something resembling friendship. But when their bond verges on something more, Emily must rethink what she truly wants as well as the chances she’s prepared to take.

The inn is very much working its magic again—Emily opening herself around love, Jo Marie moving on—until Jo Marie receives shocking news.

With Debbie Macomber’s trademark charm and wisdom, Sweet Tomorrows produces in a close the journeys of cherished characters who feel as if old friends. Macomber has built an enchanting invest the Rose Harbor Inn that readers won’t ever forget.

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