A Blue Harbor Novel
Publisher's Description: After her husband dies, leaving her a widow at forty-five, Margo Blair finds herself a victim of his lies and innuendos. Starting over, she sells her home and all her possessions to return to the town where she once lived as a teenager.
In this quaint, seaside village, she befriends her lively neighbor, an endearing woman of eighty, who exudes energy and fun. The friendship leads to the making of a memory quilt, to long-hidden secrets, and lost loves.
What will the secrets reveal? On her own for the first time, can Margo, like the proverbial caterpillar, experience a metamorphosis and transform from a shy, insecure woman into a strong, confident force? Or will the secrets destroy her?
Editor's Notes: This isn't the usual fare for The Messenger, but I helped edit this lovely and cozy read and wanted to share it with everyone. It is a heartfelt story of a woman's journey back from a shattered life. Even though I don't read many books of this genre, I found that the characters stuck in my consciousness long after I had finished. It is a comfy, fireside book or a lay in the warm sun on a bright and beautiful day kind of book. It doesn't tax the mind, nor attack our senses, just a good story told well.
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