"Driftwood Cottage was bigger than it had appeared from the street. Under the out-of-control weeds, the backyard was huge, perfect for children and fenced to keep them from wandering across the road to the beach. Though the windows were grimy, there was a large sunroom across the back."
There comes a time when restoration needs to take place. Then, new families and ideas can move in for a much improved life and a chance at happiness. I am looking forward to read Sherryl Woods' Moonlight Cove. It's the next book in the series. I enjoyed the setting, Chesapeake Shores. It's beautiful.