A day in june
A young man attempts to save the economy of his depressed Vermont town with a contest that offers a free wedding. But when the winner who has lost her fiancé to the priesthood is urged by her hilarious grandmother to find a replacement, a web of deception forces three millennials and an entire town to re-examine their notions of faith and death, love and acceptance. Told with humour and pathos by award-winning author of Thieves Never Steal in the Rain.
“A Day in June delighted me with its graceful, smart, witty writing. And with this rare gift: Marisa Labozzetta’s delicious premise delivers.”
—Elinor Lipman, On Turpentine Lane