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by Stef Ann Holm

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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Moving incessantly with everything she owns packed in an old car suits
chef Lauren Jessup just fine. It's her son Billy who yearns for a home. So Lauren lingers a little longer than usual in tiny Bella Luna—long enough to get to know single dad Nick DiMartino and consider what's missing in her life.

But their timing is off. Nick is in
a custody battle with his ex-wife and working hard to keep his carpentry
business solvent. He isn't considering anything long-term either. But pulling up stakes is suddenly not as easy as it used to be when Lauren sees how close her son has become to Nick's boy, and she begins to develop ties of her own
to the community—and especially
to Nick.

Pink Moon is tender and funny,
yet it has a rich vein of reality—both
in setting and characterization—running through it. The inclusion of a
sigh-inducing romance makes it
virtually irresistible. (Oct., 384 pp.,$6.50)

Reviewed By: Catherine Witmer

Publisher: Mira

Published: October 2004

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