From the best freestyle surfer in the world, an inspiring and moving memoir about his ascendance to the top of the surfing world while struggling for most of his young life with undiagnosed Aspergerâ€™s syndrome.
Four young women: Michaela, Sally, Amelia and Lauren. All Australian. All destined to find that the course of real love is not smooth sailing.
The perennial New York Times bestselling author returns with an emotionally resonant novel that illuminates the power of friendship in womenâ€™s lives, and is filled with her trademark wit, poignant and timely themes, sassy, flesh-and-blood characters, and the steamy Southern atmosphere and beauty of her beloved Carolina Lowcountry.
Greer Hennessy is a struggling movie location scout. Her last location shoot ended in disaster when a film crew destroyed property on an avocado grove. And Greer ended up with the blame. Now Greer has been given one more chance--a shot at finding the perfect undiscovered beach town for a big budget movie.
If Sadie Turner is good at anything, itâ€™s putting stuff in order. So when she finds her â€śperfectâ€ť life in disarray, she hopes a summer vacation at her auntâ€™s lake house will help her piece it back together. She wants to relax, reboot, and heal the wounds left by her cheating ex-husband. And that requires time away from men. All men. Or so she thinks.
Forget the old concept of retirement and the rest of the deferred-life planâ€“there is no need to wait and every reason not to, especially in unpredictable economic times. Whether your dream is escaping the rat race, world travel, or just living more and working less, The 4-Hour Workweek is the blueprint.
The second book in Monroeâ€™s Lowcountry Summer trilogy, following the NY Times bestselling The Summer Girls. This series is a heartwarming story of three half-sisters and their grandmother, who is determined to help them rediscover their southern roots and family bonds.
Six foot two, infuriatingly handsome, and flirtatious, Wyatt Armstrong has always been there for Cassidy, helping her pass her classes and fend off unwanted advances, while driving her insane with his one-night stands--but that's what best friends are for, isn't it? Having each other's backs. There was never any doubt that she would accompany him to his family's summer home--but she never expected to begin seeing Wyatt as more than a friend. Or has she been ignoring her feelings all along?