Summer's Cove

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Bold Strokes Books, Oct 17, 2017 - Fiction - 314 pages
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Emerson Lange knows that life comes with no guarantees. After her parents' unexpected deaths, she drops out of medical school and moves to Provincetown to pursue her real passion--art. Darcy Belo is also no stranger to life's unexpected twists and turns. She never expected to become a single mother at twenty-two, but she has no regrets over moving back home or the life she's built with her son.

A chance meeting at a wedding sparks an instant attraction between them, but pursuing it is not without complications. Neither woman is looking for love, but when their summer romance reveals the promise of so much more, each of them must confront their notions of love, the future, and what it means to be a family.

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Aurora Rey grew up in a small town in south Louisiana, daydreaming about New England. She keeps a special place in her heart for the South, especially the food and the ways women are raised to be strong, even if they're taught not to show it. After a brief dalliance with biochemistry, she completed both a B.A. and an M.A. in English.

When she's not writing or at her day job in higher education, she moonlights as a baker and is slightly addicted to Pinterest. She loves to cook and dreams of a big farmhouse in the country with a garden and some goats. She lives in Ithaca, New York, with her partner and two dogs.

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