The Secret to Happiness

series: Cape Cod Creamery

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Escape to Cape Cod--where you just might find the secret to happiness

Callie Dixon had the world by the tail . . . until it all slipped away. Fired from her dream job after making a colossal mistake, she's escaped to her aunt's home on Cape Cod for time to bounce back. Except it isn't a home, it's an ice cream shop. And time isn't going to help, because Callie's bounce has up and left. There's a reason she made that mistake at work, and she's struggling to come to terms with it.

Things go from bad to worse when Callie's cousin Dawn drags her to a community class about the secret to happiness. Happiness is the last thing Callie wants to think about right now, but instructor Bruno Bianco--a curiously gloomy fellow--is relentless. He has a way of turning Callie's thoughts upside down. Her feelings, too.

Bruno insists that hitting rock bottom is the very best place to be. But if that's true, how is it supposed to help her figure out what--or who--has been missing from her life all along?

The Author

  1. Suzanne Woods Fisher
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    Suzanne Woods Fisher

    Suzanne Woods Fisher is the award-winning, bestselling author of more than forty books, including The Sweet Life, The Secret to Happiness, and Love on a Whim, as well as many beloved contemporary romance and Amish romance series....

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"Fisher balances emotional depth with lively humor (and some fun ice cream-making tips), all while keeping up a breezy pace. This delights."

Publishers Weekly

"Original, memorable, and a fun read from first page to last, The Secret to Happiness showcases author Suzanne Woods Fisher's natural flair for originality and the kind of deftly scripted and narrative-driven storytelling style that keeps her readers' rapt and entertained attention from cover to cover."

Midwest Book Review

"This is a story that embraces second chances, self-realization, and romance. The Secret to Happiness is a pleasure to read. Highly recommended."

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