It’s been a minute since my last book, eh? Well, it is my hope that Sundays with Oliver will be worth the wait—and so far, early reviewers agree:
“Sundays with Oliver perfectly blends romance with family responsibilities and everyday commitments, making it the sweetest of reads. Kelly’s writing is fresh and addicting and reminded me of why I love to read romance novels that feature a slow, gentle slide into love.”
—Amy Aislin, author of the Lighthouse Bay series
“Sundays with Oliver made me smile, think and feel … One of the best books I’ve read in a long time.”
“A beautiful look at ‘quirks’ and how they enrich the lives of those around them.”
AVAILABLE 9/12/2022 IN EBOOK AND PAPERBACK
UNIVERSAL BUY LINK | RIPTIDE PUBLISHING
If you preorder the paperback and send me a copy of your receipt, I’ll send you a swag pack with a signed bookplate, bookmark, recipe cards, and stickers.
Two empty-nesters. Two bruised hearts. One chance to make things right.
Oliver expected to miss his daughter when she left for college, but he’s surprised by the size of the hole she leaves. Or maybe he hadn’t expected to spend his days watching grass grow and making sad cookies. Or to lose his job. Meeting Nick—the uncle of his daughter’s roommate—is a bright spot in an otherwise gloomy forecast. Nick is focused, talented, and as beautiful as the dollhouses he builds. Being near him might bring light and purpose to Oliver’s life.
Nick expected to miss his niece when she left for college, but he’s still figuring out how to cope with her absence, when his brother reappears after twelve years, complicating the emotional puzzle. Then there’s Oliver, the sweet, calm, and competent man who looks at Nick like no one ever has. Spending Sundays in Oliver’s company is the balm he needs, though Nick is waiting for Oliver to decide their relationship is too much work.
But just as Nick begins to get comfortable, Oliver’s need to provide for all of the people he loves threatens to pull them apart. If their relationship is to survive, they will have to learn to let go. For Oliver, this means asking himself what he really wants, this time around. For Nick, it means letting himself grieve the people who can’t come back and love the people who always will.