I loved this story about an unlikely friendship between three very different women.

Mackenzie, Sunna, and Maude moved into a converted rental house, looking for a new start. These women had nothing in common, aside from the same address and the fact that they’d each been ghosted by someone significant to them. Little did these strangers know, their lives would be changed in an unexpected way.

When a soggy, half-torn letter was found in their shared mailbox, it was anyone’s guess whom it was meant for. The salutation of the letter is missing, and the message they could decipher added up to “Sorry I missed you … Cup? It’s the one by the airport.” Naturally, they decide the best plan of action is to visit the coffee shop by the airport together everyday, until the sender of the letter is identified. It’s through these daily coffee shop visits from twelve until closing, that they learn about each other and their pasts.

Between the ghosts from their past and those in the attic, there’s a lot of mystery in this story. I was intrigued from the beginning, immediately wanting to know more about the women’s pasts. Add to that mix a skittish landlord and the mysterious ways the women’s personal items kept disappearing, and I just couldn’t put this story down! If you enjoy quirky, funny, and uplifting stories, I think you’ll enjoy this one.

This book reminded me of Anxious People, which is one of my favorite books.

Available on Kindle Unlimited with Whispersync narration by Audible.