The House on Olive Street

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By Robyn Carr

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"A warm, wonderful book about women's friendships, love, and family" from the #1 bestselling author of the Virgin River books—now a Netflix original series (Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times–bestselling author).
When a group of writers loses a member, a summer spent sorting through her things offers the perfect escape for the friends who loved and miss her.
Sable has everything and her bestselling novels have made her a star. But she has a past she is desperate to hide.
Elly is an intellectual who has hidden herself within the walls of academia, afraid to admit she is tired of being alone.
Barbara Ann is the talent behind twenty-six romance novels, but she's lost control of her career and her family.
Beth's popular mysteries have become the only way she can fight against the secret tyranny of an abusive husband.
Gathering in Gabby's house on Olive Street, away from their troubles, the four women discover something wonderful: themselves. And together they realize a dream. For, in telling the story of a remarkable woman, their own stories begin to change.
"The four women are wonderfully human, non-cardboard characters who deal with the little—and sometimes big—struggles of life and find succor and support in one another." —All About Romance
"Sweet and heart-felt . . . Each character is well-constructed and multi-dimensional—you feel as if you've known them for a long time . . . A story that shows the importance of meaningful friendships and how women can empower not only themselves, but each other." —Always with a Book
The House on Olive Street