Lisa Wingate writes another stellar book in the moving story of a single mother coming to terms with the woman she is underneath the hurt. Larkspur Cove is situated on beautiful Moses Lake, home to wildlife (both human and otherwise,) cliffs, vacation homes, and a few tragedies–the welcome sign read “if you’re lucky enough to be at the lake, you’re lucky enough.” But being at the lake isn’t a vacation for Andrea Henderson and her teenaged son, Dustin, it’s recovery. She’s there to rebuild her life and find out what she’s made of. What woman couldn’t relate to that? Lisa weaves in enough quirky characters and homespun wisdom to make the journey to self-discovery both poignant and joyful. You celebrate with the characters when the overcome the odds. And that’s good story-telling. Lisa’s books are always a delight and this one is no exception.