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Debbie Macomber's A Walk Along the Beach should be your next read!
The Lakey sisters are completely different. After losing their mother (and their father to grief), Willa had no choice but to step up and take over the family. She practically raised her sister Harper, along with their brother. When Harper faced a life-threatening illness, Willa was the one who stepped up again.
However, Willa can’t stop mothering Harper. Even though she opened her own bakery and works ridiculous hours, she still can’t stop watching Harper. Meanwhile, Harper is always on the go. She wants to experience everything that she can, including a hike to Mount Rainier. Willa, as always, can’t stop worrying that Harper is doing too much.
Then, there is Sean O’Malley. He is as charming as he is intriguing, and Willa can’t help but notice him when he enters her bakery. After coming in regularly, he finally gets up the courage to ask her out, and it seems better than either could ever imagine!
But, life has a way of changing everything. The Lakey sisters are once again challenged, and they find out that family is everything.
This book is special. Macomber wrote it for a friend that she lost too young. Readers will love this book and hope for the best.
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