Tiny House on the Hill by Celia Bonaduce. Published by Kensington

It’s time to downsize. Summer Murray wants out of the city and a high anxiety job so she hits the road with a little house, just over 200 sq feet and shaped like a caboose and her dog Shortie. She travels to the Pacific Northwest to help save the family’s bakery, but she intends to make this a quick stop. Fix the problem and then be on her way. Unfortunately, things won’t be that simple; it’s clear Summer’s grandmother needs help and Summer soon realizes she can’t run from her past. She’s going to have to face it, once and for all before she can move on. I wanted to read this book because of the tiny house idea. Who doesn’t love the idea of pitching it all away and taking off for parts unknown with their house in tow? A fun (and tempting) read

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