By Julie Carobini
Callie Duflay simply isn’t just like the remainder of her kin. whereas they’ve equipped white collar lives, she prefers getting her palms soiled by means of operating with youngsters and native California factors. while Callie learns cherished piece of untouched estate in her city of Otter Bay could quickly be built, she confronts the architect assigned to the project.Gage Mitchell can be an easygoing, green expert, yet he’s no longer approximately to backtrack this task irrespective of how adorable Callie or her puppy pooch, Moondoggy, could be. His purposes and hers are noble—both have a center for safeguarding God’s construction, and in truth those will be excellent for every different outdoors of this face-off. yet will they ever determine that out?
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Can’t thank you enough, little brother! My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ without whom I’d be living one empty life. Thank you for filling me daily. Chapter One The rope in my hand resembled a noose. ” The stray doggy with the dewdrop eyes found me earlier today as I jogged along the shores of Otter Bay while trying to shake off a tough weekend. I slipped the makeshift leash around his skinny neck. It was almost evening now and our trot through the woods on the way to my sister’s house for Sunday supper would serve as my halfhearted attempt to find this dog’s owner.
Greta bumped me with her shoulder. ” I sucked in a breath and turned to face her. My eyes roamed from her belly to her eyes. ” Greta giggled. “Don’t worry. ” She had been teasing us with name ideas for months. I laughed and released a sigh of relief. Sheila grunted from her spot at the one end of the table. ” I relaxed my shoulders, but swung my gaze back to Greta. ” Sheila passed a bowl of beans to her husband, Vince, before addressing me again. “Of course they do, Callie. Lots of serious things get your attention—always have.
I can’t hear! Oh, never mind. Feel free to call me back, dear, if you need something. ” Faster than rolling thunder, guilt spread through me like those hot flashes Mother always went on about, burning and unforgiving, making me sweat. Could I not have waited a few days before pursuing answers about the Kitteridge property? 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.
A Shore Thing: An Otter Bay Novel by Julie Carobini