By Julie Carobini
Callie Duflay simply isn’t just like the remainder of her family members. whereas they’ve outfitted white collar lives, she prefers getting her palms soiled by means of operating with kids and native California explanations. while Callie learns cherished piece of untouched estate in her city of Otter Bay may well quickly be constructed, she confronts the architect assigned to the project.Gage Mitchell could be an easygoing, green expert, yet he’s now not approximately to back down this task regardless of how lovable Callie or her puppy pooch, Moondoggy, will be. His purposes and hers are noble—both have a middle for shielding God’s construction, and in truth those will be excellent for every different outdoor of this face-off. yet will they ever determine that out?
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When had he begun to sleep in so late? Gage smacked the alarm clock’s snooze button. It felt wrong to get up on a Sunday morning knowing full well he ought to be attending church rather than working. He hoped his friend Marc wouldn’t call under the guise of shooting the breeze when it was really a lame attempt to discover whether he had found a church yet in this little town. He had, but no time today. Gage had work to do. He lolled in bed a minute more, listening to the commotion coming from the living room, trying to picture the scene.
Adoptees are the best kind of pets in my book. ” She gave him one more pet before standing. He came back to me and sat at my heel. ” Her comment lifted my spirit and I let the leash drop to my side. My smile widened when I thought about telling Mom how I’d finally decided to start that family. Far behind Ruth, a lone man paced the eastern path beneath some pine trees located at the top of the incline. His head hung forward; hands clasped behind his back. He walked to the left for several paces, and then to the right, and back again.
Memories swept into my gut. My dad and older brothers and other men carrying lumber into Kitt’s on Display while the kids from the village played hopscotch on the sidewalk out front. Mom hiking up her skirt and joining in while other mothers dropped off platters of food and pitchers of lemonade. After the last swath of golden paint had been swept across the walls and the stunning new sign had been hoisted above the entry door, we all cheered. That afternoon we caravanned to the Kitteridge’s property along Otter Bay, and it was then that June and Timothy gathered us around and announced the dedication of their land to the community.
A Shore Thing: An Otter Bay Novel by Julie Carobini