Wildest Dreams (Thunder Point)
With Thunder Point, #1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr has created a town where hard work and determination are all it takes to make dreams come true
Blake Smiley searched the country for just the right place to call home. The professional triathlete has traveled the world, but Thunder Point has what he needs to put down the roots he's never had. In the quiet coastal town, he can focus on his training without distractions. Until he meets his new neighbors and everything changes.
Lin Su Simmons and her teenage son, Charlie, are fixtures at Winnie Banks's house as Lin Su nurses Winnie through the realities of ALS. A single mother, Lin Su is proud of taking charge and never showing weakness. But she has her hands full coping with a job, debt and Charlie's health issues. And Charlie is asking questions about his family history—questions she doesn't want to answer.
When Charlie enlists Blake's help to escape his overprotective mother, Lin Su resents the interference in her life. But Blake is certain he can break through her barriers and be the man she and Charlie need. When faced with a terrible situation, Blake comes to the rescue, and Lin Su realizes he just might be the man of her dreams. Together, they recognize that family is who you choose it to be.
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said his name was Jake, that there was no family, that it was unimportant to discuss and it had been such a hard time for her. Charlie bought the hard time, but not the rest. You don’t love a good man and not even keep a picture! The second thing, Lin Su said his grandmother had been in such ill health, she gave Lin Su into adoption, but that didn’t mean she had died. Lin Su never knew for sure what became of her. She had that one picture—his grandmother as a little girl, sitting on an American
thirteen to sixteen he bounced around a lot while his mother tried to get her life together, but at least he went to school regularly. That turned out to be critical. An education was the thing that ultimately got him out of a neighborhood where a lot of young men and women lost track of their lives. “What do you do on that computer besides research your neighbors?” Blake asked Charlie. “I look up everything. Anything I can get for you?” he asked. And then he grinned the cutest grin. Blake had
mother. I want more than one child.” “That’s because you haven’t had labor yet,” Winnie said, smiling. “Or colic or terrible twos or sass.” Grace ignored her; she wasn’t worried about any of that. “I can scale back the hours. My drop-in sales are not the biggest—most of my business comes over the website or phone. But I don’t want to be forced to give it up.” “It’s going to work out, Grace. If it truly makes you happy, you’ll find a way. There is always a way.” Grace leaned over and kissed
can’t hang on anymore! But I’m here, that’s what matters. How is he doing?” “I don’t know,” she said. “He was the first one out of the ocean after the swim, but there were a bunch of runners who started the marathon ahead of him. Charlie said that was normal for him, for his pace, but I know nothing since. They’ve had some of the race on the screen over there, but I’ve only seen him a couple of times and I couldn’t tell his position. Winnie, have you ever seen so many people in your life?” “Not
me,” she said, lifting her perfect nose slightly. “For now.” Lin Su knew it wasn’t the diner that drew Winnie and definitely not the decor—it was the women closer to her own age who tended to meet there from time to time. There was Carrie from the deli whose daughter, Gina, managed the diner on the day shift. Carrie’s best friends, Lou, a teacher, and Ray Anne, a local Realtor, were known to meet there, as well. Winnie never asked to be taken to the diner on a whim but if one of the women called