Chase Mills, Pennsylvania
This is the place where the protagonist lives after going through a divorce.
This is the protagonist's realization of his/her dreams.
This object is an important symbol of power, excitement, sexuality and freedom.
This object is a symbol of excitement and freedom for the owner and, for the protagonist's children, a representation of the playful, mischievous times they have with their great-aunt.
Matt's Town House
This is the antagonist's home, office and garage.
This is the location of the first meeting between the two main characters in the novel.
The protagonist's employer accidentally sets this on fire.
These lead the protagonist to doubt the love interest's abilities as a parental figure.
This leads the protagonist to realize that the love interest is not only a contractor but the owner of...
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