The first sentence in NEW USES FOR OLD BOYFRIENDS, by Beth Kendrick, goes like this:” The last thing Lila did on her way out of town was sell her wedding rings.” Now that’s a mouthful! Got my attention.
After growing up in privilege and marrying into money, Lila Alders has gotten used to the good life. but when her happily ever after implodes, Lila must return to Black Dog Bay, the tiny seaside town where she grew up. She’s desperate for a safe haven, but everything has changed over the past ten years. Her family’s fortune is gone–and her mother is in total denial. It’s up to Lila to take care of everything…but she can barely take care of herself.
I’m a sucker for a story by the sea. NEW USES FOR OLD BOYFRIENDS, by Beth Kendrick, may be just what the doctor ordered for those of you who have had enough winter, enough snow, enough ice. Tuck into this one with a roaring fire and a hot cup of tea, or, a nice glass of red. Nice and light and full of fun.
I have one copy for giveaway. Please leave a comment below. No P.O. boxes, please. And only U.S. addresses. My giveaway is sponsored by the generous people at New American Library, a division of Penguin. Thanks guys!
I will choose my winner on Friday, Feb. 27. Good luck!