About the book:
Spend Christmas in Friday Harbor this year surrounded by the friends you know and a couple of special deliveries from the Hometown Harbor series.
In between holiday activities, friends of Linda and Max are helping plan their Valentine’s Day wedding. Regi is anxiously awaiting the arrival of her fortieth birthday and the fulfillment of the promise she and Cam made over twenty years ago.
As she anticipates the reunion with Cam, she’s oblivious to the signals the local delivery man, Nate, is giving her. She and Nate work together helping a newcomer open an art and antiques shop. While spending time together, she discovers she has feelings for Nate and bonds with the new shopkeeper over their past losses.
As Regi’s contemplating her choices, she’s dealt a blow that brings her to her knees and reconnects her with the past. In the pursuit of her youthful fairytale promise, she’ll risk the only chance she’s encountered for true happiness and a home.
The Dirty Dozen with Tammy Grace
Must I pick only one? I would say inefficiency. I have very little – make that no patience for this quality in systems or sadly, people.
2. What is your guiltiest guilty pleasure?
I’m guilty of eating rocky road ice cream as a meal. There’s a wonderful ice cream shop about 30 miles from my home, and I’ve been known to drive to it for lunch!
3. What is your most embarrassing moment?
I worked in a junior high school, and on one of my first days at work, I slipped on the stairs (wearing new school shoes, of course) and bounced all the way down the flight in front of a group of seventh and eighth graders. Not fun when you’re in junior high and even less fun when you’re an adult.
4. What is the stupidest thing you’ve ever done?
I backed into a car parked behind me in my own driveway.
5. What’s the most daring thing you’ve ever done?
I’m not much of a daredevil, but would have to say parasailing over Lake Tahoe.
6. On what life choices would you like to have a re-do?
I would dedicate more time to spend with the important people in my life. When people die or get ill, or even move away, you realize you could have made different choices and spent more of your days with them.
7. What makes you nervous?
I’m a bit of a worrier, so many things! Airport security, traffic, anything from the IRS, driving in fog, going to the doctor ~ dare I go on?
8. What makes you scared?
Watching the news scares me about the future – I used to watch it faithfully, but quit a couple of years ago and substituted classic television shows.
9. What’s the biggest lie you’ve ever told?
When my son was little I convinced him that I had access to an evil babysitter, Mrs. Neusbaum. So, if he got out of line, I threatened to call her to come over and take care of the situation.
10. What’s the biggest mistake you’ve ever made?
I trusted a colleague and later learned she was only using me to climb the ladder.
11. When was the last time you did something for the first time?
I love to bake and try new recipes, so that happens often (maybe too often)! As an author, I find myself doing new things with social media and promotion all the time.
12. One of your main characters has to die. Which one would you kill off?
Oh, that’s a tough one. I’d hate to do it, but I’d choose Jeff. He came close to death in the second book, and I actually thought about taking him out, but my mom convinced me to let him live.
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