The second home

The second home

Clancy, Christina, author.


1st ed.

Physical Description
341 pages ; 25 cm.

Subject Term
Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.
Family secrets -- Fiction.
Vacation homes -- Massachusetts -- Cape Cod -- Fiction.

Geographic Term
Cape Cod (Mass.) -- Fiction.

After a disastrous summer spent at her family summer home on Cape Cod, seventeen-year-old Ann Gordon was left with a secret that changed her life forever, and created a rift between her sister, Poppy, and their adopted brother, Michael. Now, fifteen years later, her parents have died, leaving Ann and Poppy to decide the fate of the Wellfleet home that's been in the Gordon family for generations. For Ann, the once-beloved house is tainted with bad memories. Poppy loves the old saltbox, but after years spent chasing waves around the world, she isn't sure she knows how to stay in one place. Just when the sisters decide to sell, Michael re-enters their lives with a legitimate claim to the house. But more than that, he wants to set the record straight about that long ago summer. Reunited after years apart, these very different siblings must decide if they can continue to be a family-and the house just might be the glue that holds them together. --

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