On Sale: March 3, 2020
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The author of The Key to Happily Ever After—“a true gem filled with heart, laughs, and a cast of delightful characters” (Nina Bocci, USA TODAY bestselling author)—returns with a heartwarming and charming novel about a woman who travels to the Philippines to reconnect with her long-lost family…and manages to find herself along the way.
Diana Gallagher-Cary is at a tipping point. As a Washington, DC, OB/GYN at a prestigious hospital, she uses her career to distract herself from her grief over her granny’s death and her breakup from her long-term boyfriend after her free-spirited mother moves in with her. But when she makes a medical decision that disparages the hospital, she is forced to go on a short sabbatical.
Never one to wallow, Diana decides to use the break to put order in her life, when her mother, Margo, stumbles upon a box of letters from her grandfather, Antonio Cruz, to her grandmother from the 1940s. The two women always believed that Antonio died in World War II, but the letters reveal otherwise. When they learn that he lived through the war, and that they have surviving relatives in the Philippines, Diana becomes determined to connect with the family that she never knew existed, though Margo refuses to face her history. But Diana pushes on, and heads on a once-in-a-lifetime trip that challenges her identity, family history, and her idea of romantic love that could change her life forever.
Infused with Tif Marcelo’s signature “sexy, adorable, and heartfelt” (Kate Meader, USA TODAY bestselling author) voice, Once Upon a Sunset is a moving and lyrical celebration of love, family, and second chances.
20 comments posted.
Re: Once Upon a Sunset
When we want a special, romantic dinner, we usually go for
surf and turf. A nice steak and a lobster tail, baked potato, nice
salad, and cheesecake for dessert. Add a nice wine and coffee
and I am happy.
(Patricia Barraclough 12:57pm February 11)
I definitely love Italian.
(Nancy Reynolds 11:59am February 11)
a good steak and baked potato
(Vickie Couturier 4:25pm February 11)
Thanks for the recipe! I'm always looking for a new way to
stir fry chicken and vegies.
(Phyllis Rasmussen 4:55pm February 11)
A wonderful meal of our favorite foods.
(Cynthia St. Germain 9:09pm February 11)
Definitely nothing better than Italian dinner.
(Terry Kirgan 6:58am February 12)
spaghetti (like Lady & the Tramp)
(Martin Bodnar 8:38am February 12)
American-Fried chicken with mashed potato and salad, chocolates and ice cream for dessert
(Laurie Gommermann 9:53am February 12)
I am your fan because your article is very good and
fantastic. I read this article.
(Aab Smith 10:25am February 12)
(Tracy Urschler 9:13pm February 12)
My favorite romantic dinner is Pot Roast with homemade
bread to soak up every drop of the gravy.
(Alyson Widen 12:05pm February 14)
Steak and potatoes.
(Melanie Rosen 12:23pm February 14)
Steak and crab legs or lobster tails.
(Jamie Gillespie 2:14pm February 14)
Italian food with a nice red wine
(Nancy Krueger 2:46pm February 14)
Southern : Pulled pork with mixed greens and hushpuppies.
(Blanche Nixon 3:13pm February 14)
My husband and I both love Indian cuisine. We have been
blessed with friends from India who enjoy cooking!
(Lisa Sabatini 7:31pm February 14)
Lobster and steak dinner
(Joy Isley 12:58pm February 15)
I would have to say mine is Mexican!
(Teresa Warner 9:26pm February 15)
(Lori Byrd 7:39pm February 16)
Please take me to a seafood restaurant.
(Anna Speed 12:45pm February 17)
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