By Julie Carobini
Callie Duflay simply isn’t just like the remainder of her kinfolk. whereas they’ve outfitted white collar lives, she prefers getting her palms soiled by means of operating with teenagers and native California factors. while Callie learns loved piece of untouched estate in her city of Otter Bay might quickly be constructed, she confronts the architect assigned to the project.Gage Mitchell should be an easygoing, green specialist, yet he’s now not approximately to back down this activity irrespective of how adorable Callie or her puppy pooch, Moondoggy, might be. His purposes and hers are noble—both have a center for safeguarding God’s construction, and in reality those will be excellent for every different outdoors of this face-off. yet will they ever determine that out?
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Surely even my high-strung older sister would understand when I told everyone—the whole family’s having supper together—that the Kitteridge property was in peril. Something brushed against my leg, and I skittered sideways before whipping a look down to find the dog with round, sorrowful eyes, and a long, skinny body staring up at me. Our eyes connected and, quite dutifully, he sat. Oh my. I knelt and gave him my hand to sniff which he did with little emotion. With a roll of my wrist, I petted him on the noggin.
The more I played it over in my head, the more my body began to suffocate as if wrapped in a wool blanket during a summer heat wave. I pictured my confrontation with those survey goons from yesterday. And today I blabbed about the development rumors to Ruth—a woman who had no qualms over making Steph Hickey, our perpetually pregnant town librarian, cry. Not to mention the tutorial Gage gave me today on sustainable housing that evolved into a standoff. Maybe all of it was for naught. Could a heartfelt chat with June Kitteridge bring about a speedy antidote for our town’s affliction?
Gage pressed a weary hand to his face and rubbed his eyes. A slight smile raised the corners of his mouth at the sound of Suz’s voice wafting in from the hall. “Thanks. ” He sat up in bed, determined to plant both feet on the floor in spite of the growing disquiet that had formed in his gut. He would not allow his anxiety to flourish, no matter what. If not for his own sake, then for the welfare of those he’d promised always to protect. Chapter Two Too old? First Natalia, and now . . Squid. My eyes shut at the thought of him smiling at me so winsomely before delivering the deathblow to my daydream.
A Shore Thing: An Otter Bay Novel by Julie Carobini