Somewhere on Maui
Zoe’s supposed to be living her dream-—but it’s empty.
She’s an independent journalist walking the beaches of paradise every day, but she never expected to be doing that alone, with only her dog for company. Trying to find her footing after a nasty divorce, Zoe finds herself in counseling.
Everyone relies on Adam-—but he’s reached a breaking point.
Adam was born and raised on Maui, a true “local” who surfs to stay in shape and deal with his many sources of stress. The care of his mother, a busy contracting business, and a custody fight for his beloved step kids lead to a workplace confrontation that finally pushes him over the edge and sends him to anger management.
Sometimes second chances need a little help.
Adam and Zoe happen to share a therapist who gives them the same advice: try Internet dating. And though their Crazy Blind Date match-up ignites sparks neither have felt since high school, finding love again is a little bit terrifying when a heart’s already been bruised.
“Heartfelt, rich, inspiring—Neal’s fans will instantly fall in love with the charming cast of Somewhere on Maui.” —Christine Nolfi, author of Treasure Me