(From the publisher):
Every important event in Aimee Anouk King’s life has taken place at the Halfmoon Drive-In on the Sunshine Coast. She was conceived there, had – and did not enjoy – her first kiss there. She met Brad at the drive-in and he proposed to her in their parking space. And following in her mother’s footsteps, her child too was conceived there.
Now the Halfmoon Drive-In is closing and Aimee feels like she’s losing the one thing that holds her life together.
And there’s absolutely nothing she can do about it.
To make matters worse, Brad has arrived back in Halfmoon Bay after six years and he’s planning to stay for the summer; TJ is worried about her daughters and her no-count husband, and even more worried about her father; Aimee’s father seems to be losing his mind; Hayden’s hit the terrible twos almost nine years late; and Aimee’s just got a phone call requesting her biggest pottery order ever.
Will she be able to live without the drive-in? Will TJ’s family be okay? Will Hayden get over the tantrums and return to being his regular sweet boyself? Will her father regain his senses? Will the kiln hold 372 of the damn cat plates? Will the love of her life ruin it one more time?
Right now, Aimee can't even imagine an answer to any of these questions but, this summer, she's going to discover them all.
Original title: Last Night at the Halfmoon
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Women's Fiction→ Chick Lit