"Kelly Harms' debut is a delicious concoction of reality and fairytale -- the ideal summer book! You'll feel lucky for having read it. And after meeting her, I guarantee you will want a great-aunt Midge of your very own."
--New York Times bestselling author Sarah Addison Allen
“Warm-hearted and funny, The Good Luck Girls of Shipwreck Lane pulls you in with quirky yet relatable characters, intriguing relationships, and the promise of second chances. Harms’ debut is as refreshingly delightful as a bowl of her character Janey’s chilled pea soup with mint on a hot summer day.”
—Meg Donohue, bestselling author of How to Eat a Cupcake: A Novel
“Funny, original and delightfully quirky, Kelly Harms' The Good Luck Girls of Shipwreck Lane shows us that sometimes, all we need to make it through one of life’s rough patches is a change of scenery and a home-cooked meal.”
—Molly Shapiro, author of Point, Click, Love: A Novel
"The characters are so well drawn that they practically leap from the page, charming dysfunction and all! A poignant, hilarious debut that's filled with heart, soul, insight and laugh-out-loud moments.
It'll make you rethink the meaning of what makes a family -- and if you're anything like me, it'll make you want to pick up and move to 1516 Shipwreck Lane immediately! I'm such a fan of this utterly charming novel."
--Kristin Harmel, author of Italian for Beginners and The Sweetness of Forgetting
“Clever and memorable and original.”
--Samantha Wilde, author of I’ll Have What She’s Having