The unfinished garden / Barbara Claypole White.
|Authors:||White, Barbara Claypole.|
|Call number:||FIC WHI|
|Publisher:||Don Mills, Ont. : Harlequin, c2012.|
Widows -- Fiction.
Gardeners -- Fiction.
Gardening -- Fiction.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
|Title:||The unfinished garden / Barbara Claypole White.|
|Physical description:||364 p. ; 21 cm.|
|Notes:||Includes author interview and discussion questions.|
|Summary note:||James Nealy is haunted by irrational fears and inescapable compulsions. A successful software developer, he's thrown himself into a new goal -- to finally conquer the noise in his mind. And he has a plan. He'll confront his darkest fears and build something beautiful: a garden. When he meets Tilly Silverberg, he knows she holds the key, even if she doesn't think so. After her husband's death gardening became Tilly's livelihood and her salvation. Her thriving North Carolina business and her young son, Isaac, are the excuses she needs to hide from the world. So when James demands that she take him on as a client, her answer is a flat no. But circumstances bring them together, and as they work to build a garden something begins to blossom between them.|
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