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Sail Away (eBook)

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A mother struggles to provide for her child. Three strong women form a village to help a friend in need. 


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Becca has embarked on the most important mission of her life. She trusts no one, and she’s running out of time. On a whim, she rents a beach cottage on Palmetto Island for the summer. She’s searching for a solution to her problem. Help comes in an unexpected friendship with the young woman next door.

Hannah has three months to plan her dream wedding. While she’s eager to marry the man of her dreams, she finds the logistics of combining households and the details of organizing her event overwhelming. When she learns of a new friend’s crisis, she drops everything to come to her aid.

Sidney forges ahead with her successful career as a chef, while her heart remains in the past. On impulse, she reaches out to her old boyfriend on social media, and they rekindle their relationship. Chemistry between them still exists. But is it enough? Can she live with her secret? Or will she risk her happiness by revealing the truth?

Amelia is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. She seeks therapy in order to put the past behind her. Do all her problems stem from her abusive marriage? Or is something missing from her life? Will she give up the possibility of a future with the love of her life to fulfill another dream?

The paths of these four women collide in a dramatic conclusion. Farley once again reminds us that family is more than blood ties.

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Ethan leads Hannah by the hand, out of the restaurant and down the sidewalk to the horse-drawn carriage waiting on the curb. He bows to her, sweeping his arm at the small white buggy. “Your carriage awaits, mademoiselle.”

Hannah rolls her eyes. “Be serious, Ethan. I need to get home to Gus.” Grabbing him by the sleeve of his blue blazer, Hannah drags him away from the carriage.

“Wait!” Ethan plants his feet firmly on the uneven brick sidewalk. “I made arrangements for Gus to spend the night with Sally.”

Hannah turns on him. “Why would you do that without talking to me first?”

Ethan pulls her to him, wrapping an arm around her waist. “Because we’ve been together for almost a year, and we’ve yet to spend one night together.”

“I’m a single mother of a three-year-old. You knew what you were getting into when you started dating me.”

“And I’ve been a patient man until now.” He brushes his lips lightly against hers. “Gus will be crushed if you ruin his sleepover with Sally.”

“True.” Hannah’s knees go weak at the thought of spending the night in Ethan’s arms. “Are you sure Hope doesn’t mind?”

“Positive. She was thrilled.”

“Maybe I should call her to make sure.” Hannah struggles to unzip her clutch.

He snatches the clutch away from her. “That’s unnecessary, Hannah. We’ll return the favor sometime.”

“Hope will like that. She has a new boyfriend.” Hannah casts an uncertain glance at the carriage. “What about your car?”

“We Ubered over, remember? Now, quit stalling.” He twirls her around and lifts her into the carriage.

The carriage driver turns in his seat to face her. He’s approximately the same age, with strong facial features and dark eyes. “Good evening,” he says, tipping his straw hat at them.

Ethan climbs into the carriage beside her. “Hannah, meet my friend George. We went to kindergarten together.”

“Cool! How did you become a carriage driver?” Hannah’s face warms. “Not that there’s anything wrong with being a carriage driver. It’s just kinda random for someone our age.”

George’s smile reaches his eyes. “I’m an attorney by day. I give carriage tours on the weekends for fun.”

“George is a history buff,” Ethan explains. “He aspires to one day be mayor of Charleston.”

Hannah’s face lights up. “You’ll definitely get my vote.”

“Awesome. I’ll recruit you to work on my campaign.”

A breeze brings chill bumps to Hannah’s bare arms. “I should’ve brought a sweater,” she says with a shiver.

George tosses her a blanket, “Here. Fresh from the laundry.”

Ethan slips out of his jacket. “Put this on.” He helps her into his jacket and tucks the blanket around her legs.

George faces forward and lifts the horse’s reins. “Where to, mate?”

“Let’s cut over to King Street and head toward the seawall,” Ethan says.

As the carriage lurches forward, Hannah calls out to George above the sound of hooves clomping on cobblestone. “What’s your horse’s name?”

“Shadow,” George says over his shoulder.

“An appropriate name for a gray horse.” Hannah snuggles close to Ethan as they cross over Broad Street and enter the residential section of downtown Charleston. “Was it a coincidence that George was waiting outside the restaurant?”

Ethan shakes his head, a mischievous smirk tugging at his lips.

“First, dinner at our favorite restaurant and now a romantic carriage ride. What’re you up to, Ethan?”

He smiles down at her with smoldering brown eyes. “I’m desperate for sex.”

“Stop!” She smacks his chest with the back of her hand. “You’re not that deprived.”

The sweet scent of Carolina Jasmine greets them as they pass under a canopy of trees on the narrow house-lined street. When they reach the waterfront, they make a left and ride to the tip of the peninsula at the entrance to Battery Park. George calls out to Shadow to whoa as he maneuvers the carriage to the curb.

“Come on. Let’s get out.” Ethan pulls Hannah to her feet and helps her down from the buggy. She wraps his blazer tight around her as they walk over to the railing and stare out across Charleston Harbor at the full moon.

“Did you arrange for the full moon as well?” Hannah asks.

“Of course. Cost me a fortune.” Ethan turns to her, taking her hands in his. “Seriously, Hannah, you ignore me every time I bring up the subject of marriage. I figured if I bought you a ring and formally proposed, you’d have to give me a yes or no answer.” He drops to his knees. “Hannah Fuller, will you do me the honor of becoming my wife?”

Hannah’s stomach somersaults. This is the moment she’s been dreaming of. She has no reservations about marrying him. But there’s no fun in making it easy for him. “What if I say no?”

“I’ll keep asking until your answer is yes. We’re meant to be together, Hannah. I promise, I’ll spend my life making you happy.”

“Hmm.” She purses her lips as though considering his proposal. “You mentioned a ring?”

Other Books in the Series

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Muddy Bottom
Birdie Fuller’s new year is off to a bad start. Her husband has mysteriously disappeared, leaving Birdie to cope with their unmarried daughter’s unplanned pregnancy. As they clash over whether Hannah should keep the baby, Birdie confronts the issues in her marriage that led to her husband leaving. Meanwhile, Hannah juggles her final college semester and job hunting for a future that includes her child, away from Birdie. Returning to Palmetto Island for the summer, the tension between them escalates as they downsize to from their beloved waterfront home to an apartment above a bakery. Amidst the backdrop of romantic women's fiction, Palmetto Island delves into the complexities of a strained mother-daughter bond, exploring themes of family, hope, and the quest for second chances.

Change of Tides
Birdie Fuller doesn’t like change. And a lot of change is happening at once. Her daughter, Hannah, finally cutting the apron strings, is moving with her three-year-old grandson to a nearby city. Facing a lonely empty nest, Birdie joins a dating website to find companionship. She meets the seemingly perfect man, but is their relationship too good to be true? Meanwhile, Hannah, inspired by the tranquility of Palmetto Island for her web design business, must choose between the comfort of her mother's home and the growth opportunities of a bustling city. Her carefully constructed world is shaken when Ryan, the father of her child who remains unaware of his son, unexpectedly reappears. Hannah stands at a crossroads: to rekindle a past relationship with Ryan or open her heart to new possibilities.

Lowcountry on My Mind
Amelia has been plotting to escape her abusive husband for years. When her mama’s untimely death provides an unexpected opportunity, she hops on the next bus to the South Carolina Lowcountry. Her husband will eventually come for her. But she’s prepared. Her freedom has given her the confidence to face her uncertain future. She settles in at her family’s oceanfront estate to await her destiny. But a visit from Amelia’s past presents danger in a different form.

Sail Away
Becca has embarked on the most important mission of her life. She trusts no one, and she’s running out of time. On a whim, she rents a beach cottage on Palmetto Island for the summer. She’s searching for a solution to her problem. Help comes in unexpected friendships with three amazing women of Palmetto Island.