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  • Keywords
    • women's fiction,
    • Canadian fiction,
    • Newfoundland,
    • love stories,
    • romance,
    • humour,
    • single mothers

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Misty's Misadventures
by Kathryn Taylor

Until now, Misty Muldoon's favourite view of Newfoundland was always the one in her rear-view mirror. So when she has to leave the city and move to the outport of Charlie’s Cove, NL, with her two daughters, a mountain of debt, and the ink freshly dried on her divorce papers, it’s hardly her idea of a happy homecoming. With the help of the kind, meddling and downright eccentric locals, she sets out to rebuild her life in the ramshackle house left to her by her great uncle. When she starts writing a column for the local paper about transitioning back to life on The Rock while looking for a new man, little does she know her search for love will soon go viral when it’s picked up by a reality TV show—Charlie’s Cove and Misty Muldoon will never be the same again. Hilarious, endearing and inspirational, Misty’s Misadventures is a tale of romance, misfortune and the enduring spirit of a woman who won’t give up. It will make you laugh out loud while putting small-town Newfoundland on your bucket list forever.

“Misty’s Misadventures is a sweet romance novel involving a return to a small town for its memorable heroine.” — Foreword Clarion Review

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KATHRYN TAYLOR has an English degree from Acadia University in Nova Scotia. Having worked in media and public relations for most of her career, Kathryn draws upon these experiences in her writing. She currently brings writers of all genres to her audiences with regular interviews and podcasts. Firmly believing that there’s a writer in everyone, Kathryn’s mission is to share this craft for others to enjoy. She lives in the Grand Falls-Windsor area in Central Newfoundland with her husband and two poodles, in their dream home on the beautiful Exploits River.


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