The getaway / Emily March.
Widowed young, Genevieve Prentice dedicated her life to raising her four children. Now, though, they're all grown and scattered to the wind, and Genevieve is ready for a change. In a flash of inspiration, she puts her home on the market and heads to Lakein the Clouds, Colorado, to renovate a rustic waterfront lodge with her sister. But just as they begin, Genevieve gets the shock of a lifetime: the arrival of her son. Jake Prentice built a career out of being dependable, one that left him perennially stressed and overworked. Finally heeding his mother's words of wisdom, he's quit his job and is ready to find out what truly makes him happy. And now, as he stands surrounded by open sky and fresh, pine-scented air, he's got no regrets . . . until former colleague Tess Crenshaw appears at the lake, forcing him to reassess what-and who-he really wants. As they work together to renovate the lodge, Genevieve and Jake embark on a heartfelt and inspiring journey to learn about themselves, each other, and the true meaning of family. -- Provided by publisher.
- ISBN: 9781538707371
- Physical Description: 371 pages ; 21 cm.
- Edition: First edition: September 2022.
- Publisher: New York : Forever, 2022.
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