You know when you read a novel for the third time, and you still love it like crazy? This is my way of saying the proofs for A MEASURE OF HAPPINESS are on my desk.
In a MEASURE OF HAPPINESS, small-town bakery owner Katherine Lamontagne has spent twenty-four years dishing out cakes and comfort and keeping the secret of the son she gave away to herself, until her son comes looking for her, making her reconsider her past and challenging the meaning of family.
The story takes place in Hidden Harbor, Maine, the same fictional town where I set WHAT’S LEFT BEHIND. Although not a prequel per se, the story unfolds in 1999, and contains connected characters Abby, Charlie, and Luke. Most prominently, I take you into the heart and mind of Abby’s best friend, Celeste Barnes.
A MEASURE OF HAPPINESS releases from Kensington Books on August 25 and is available for pre-order now.