Bestselling author Holly Chamberlin sweeps you into the picturesque town of Ogunquit, Maine, where a family in flux explores their ties to a beautiful beach house--and to each other. . .
Splendid and sprawling, with breathtaking views that open to briny Atlantic air and seabirds' calls, Larchmere is the house in which Tilda McQueen O'Connell grew up and vacations each year. Now she and her three siblings have gathered there for the tenth anniversary of their mother's passing. But her father's plan to marry a younger woman has thrown the reunion into chaos--and the fate of the beach house into uncertainty.
For Tilda, the stakes seem the highest. Alone and vulnerable two years after her husband's death, Larchmere isn't just part of her history, but her eventual refuge from the world. Faced with losing it, Tilda must embrace an unknown future. And all the McQueens must reconcile their shared, sometimes painful past--and learn how to love one another even when it means forging a life apart. . .
"A dramatic and moving portrait of several generations of a family and each person's place within it." –Booklist