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From the New York Times bestselling author of Falling and The Sunshine Sisters comes a timely novel about the challenges of starting over.
In the Gold Coast town of Highfield, Connecticut, recent divorcée Kit Hargrove has joyfully exchanged the requisite diamond studs and Persian rugs of a “Wall Street Widow” for her true dream home: a clapboard Cape with sea green shutters and sprawling impatiens. Her kids are content, her ex cooperative, and each morning she wakes up to her dream job assisting novelist Robert McClore.
But when a figure from the past arrives just as the shifting financial market turns Highfield upside down, Kit is forced to realize that her blissfully constructed life and blossoming new romance aren’t as foolproof as she thought...
From Publishers Weekly
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Dune Road, I feel, is predictable and anticlimactic. The antagonists are obvious from the very beginning, and though Green tries to create mystery and scandal, it all falls apart rather unspectacularly in the end. Also, the intertwining of characters, even for a small town, is completely implausible.