Synchronicity is the nineteenth book in the I Found My
Heart in San Francisco series.
Summer is drawing to a close. Jamie’s been able to relax, to
read, to spend time with her mom, enjoying the fruits of her
idleness. Ryan, of course, has filled every day to the brim. If she’s
not babysitting or tutoring she’s working full time on the
O’Flaherty cousins’ rehab project. But a forced vacation is in her
immediate future—if Jordan makes the final roster of the 2000
U.S. Olympic squad.
Wanting only the best for her buddy, Ryan desperately wants
Jordan’s dream to come true. Even if it means a long trip to the
other side of the world. The trip would be more fun if they could
talk Catherine into joining them. But her summer has been filled
with plans for taking Jennie into her home. She’s very
determined to make that happen, even if it means she’s unable to
travel. But it’s been a long time since Catherine had to make a
child her priority, and her skills might need a little polishing.
Meaningful coincidences create synchronicity, and getting all
of them to Sydney will require that and more.