Jackpot summer

Elyssa Friedland
Book - 2024

"The four Potter children were raised to respect the value of a dollar. Their mother reused tea bags and refused to pay retail; their father taught them to budget before he taught them to ride a bike. And yet, as adults, their financial lives--as well as their personal lives--are in complete disarray. The siblings reunite when their newly widowed father puts their Jersey Shore home on the market. Packing up their childhood isn't easy, especially when they've all got drama brewing back home. Matthew is miserable at his corporate law job and wishes he had more time with his son; Laura's marriage is imploding in spectacular fashion; Sophie's art career is stalled while her boyfriend's is on the rise; and Noah's total failure to launch has him doing tech repair for pennies. So when Noah sees an ad for a Powerball drawing, he and his sisters go in on a ticket. Matthew passes but the ticket is a winner and all hell breaks loose as the infusion of cash causes sibling rivalries and family secrets to resurface. Without their mother, and with their father busy playing pickleball in a Florida retirement village, the once close-knit siblings search for comfort in shiny new toys instead of each other. It's not long before the Potters start to realize that they'll never feel rich unless they can pull their family back together"--

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Friedland, Elyssa (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Berkley, 2024.
Edition:First edition.
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