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Starting Over on Blackberry Lane: A Romance Novel (Life in Icicle Falls)
By: Sheila Roberts
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(as of: 07/24/17)
Manufacturer: MIRA
ISBN: 0778330036
Publication Date: 2017-02-28
Release Date 2017-02-28
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Time for a Change—or Three! 

Stefanie Stahl has a husband with renovation ADD. He can't seem to finish anything he starts and her house is littered with his "projects." If he doesn't smarten up, she swears she's going to murder him and bury him under the pile of scrounged lumber in the backyard.  

Her friend Griffin James is suddenly single and thinking maybe she needs to sell her fixer-upper and follow her career bliss up the ladder of success, even if that scary ladder is clear across the country. Getting her place ready to sell proves harder than she originally thought. She needs help.  

She's not the only one. Cass Wilkes, their neighbor, has an empty nest—with a leaking roof. When her ceiling crashes in, she knows it's time to do something. When Grant Masters offers his handyman services at a fund-raiser auction, the three women go in together to outbid the competition and win their man. (Cass's friends think she should win Grant in a different way, too!) Now it's time to make some improvements…in their houses and their lives.



Grant Masters, a retired building contractor, bored with the monotony of leisure and fishing in Cabo, returns to Icicle Falls, Washington to do something constructive with his time. He opens Honey Do, a handyman service, and suddenly he’s in high demand. The fact that George Clooney bears a striking resemblance to Grant (it was Grant’s face first) certainly doesn’t hurt business. But Grant is still getting over the death of his wife and not quite ready for a new relationship. Still, there is plenty of interest among the town’s available ladies vying for his attention.

Grant’s sons, Dan and Matt, grew up around the construction trade. In fact, Dan took over Masters Construction in Icicle Falls when his father retired. Younger brother Matt followed a different path, working as a chef in Seattle, although now he’s returned to town temporarily to help his dad with Honey Do’s growing client list.

Three neighbors, Stefanie Stahl, Griffin James and Cass Wilkes, are all in need of Honey Do’s services, for a variety of reasons. Working in close proximity to them, Grant and Matt can’t help but be drawn into the angst and drama of their personal lives, and the guys do their best to remain helpful yet diplomatic. After all, neither of them is ready for a relationship. Right?

Book ten of Robert’s Life in Icicle Falls series continues with her clever blend of heart and humor. There are so many funny scenes and situations it’s hard to pick a favorite, or even a top ten. The characters drive the multi-layered plot with their frank conversations and even "franker" inner monologues. This is, after all, a small town. One particularly poignant subject, age and romance, is explored in Grant’s storyline, the retired widower who questions his place in the local dating pool. It’s genuine, honest and beautifully portrayed. A truly delightful story. Every. Single. Page.

 
By: Sandra Van Winkle, ReadertoReader.com


 
     
 
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