Chalet on Cliffside Drive

· Emerald Cove Book 4 · Black Lab Press
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307
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About this ebook

The touching fourth instalment in the Emerald Cove saga from a USA Today Bestselling Author.


At forty-four years of age, Ben Silver thought he’d never find love. When he moves to Emerald Cove, he does it to support his birth mother, Diana, after her husband’s sudden death. But then he meets Vicky.


Vicky Hawkins is younger than Ben, much younger. But there’s something about his earnest brown eyes, the sadness behind them, the depth to them, that draws her in. He becomes her friend, but it isn’t long before she realises there’s more to their relationship than that.


It’s time for Cindy to get on with the rest of her life. She’ll have to decide if the cafe she’s spent her life nurturing will be a part of her retirement or if it’s time for her to let it go.


Sarah finally finishes the book she’s been working so hard to write and it’s soon a bestseller. But will she be able to balance her newfound success with the demands of her burgeoning family?


If you haven’t begun this uplifting ongoing series yet, be sure to start at the beginning. Enjoy these moving stories of love, hope, loss and heartache for fans of Debbie Macomber.


Please note: This book is the fourth instalment in the Emerald Cove saga.

About the author

Lilly Mirren is a USA Today Bestselling author.


Lilly lives in Brisbane, Australia, with her husband and three children. When she's not writing she's running around after children, bushwalking, or spending time with friends. 


"If readers are looking for an author who is the perfect mix of Debbie Macomber and Nora Roberts, Lilly Mirren is it." - InD'tale Magazine

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