After five years as a stay-at-home mom, Gabby Schaefer can't wait to return to work. Oh, to use the bathroom in peace! No twins clamoring at the door, no husband barging in, no stepdaughter throwing a tantrum. But when her plans are derailed by some shocking news and her husband's crushing expectations, Gabby must fight for the right to have a life of her own.
Getting pregnant is easy for Hayley Batchelor. Staying pregnant is the hard part. Her husband is worried about the expensive fertility treatments and frantic about the threat to her health. But to Hayley, a woman who was born to be a mom should risk everything to fulfill her destiny - no matter how high the cost.
Nicole Lord is still shell-shocked by a divorce that wasn't as painful as it should've been. Other than the son they share, her ex-husband left barely a ripple in her life. A great new guy tempts her to believe maybe the second time's the charm...but how can she trust herself to recognize true love?
As their bonds of friendship deepen against the beautiful backdrop of Mischief Bay, Gabby, Hayley, and Nicole will rely on good food, good wine, and especially each other to navigate life's toughest changes.
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Love Mischief Bay
I was so excited to return to Mischief Bay, and make new friends and it did not disappoint me. Three woman who have a binding friendship that show so much support to each other, with their trials and tribulations in their personal lives. This book shows the true bonds of friendships they we really all need in our personal lives. You will find yourself cheering with them, laughing with them and of course tears. This is a book that should be read by all woman!
A great sequel!
A stunning second installment of Mischief Bay! Susan knows how to weave the stories of three good friends who have their own serious issues but are always there for each other. It was good to have Nicole back and Brad he Dragon. I was immersed in Hayley's heartbreaking struggle to conceive a baby and Gabby's family crisis!
I highly recommend this book even if you haven't read the first book.