Daughters of the Sea [NOOK Book]

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When Veronica married Guy, she didn't know it would mean more than twenty years of constant change, a new home every year in a different coastal town. Finally, she'd had enough, and fled with her teenage daughter to Whisper Mountain, to the home of her oldest friend. What she found there was a new life, a shifting from sea tides to hidden mountain springs, which renewed her, but also tested the courage of all three women.

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Overview


When Veronica married Guy, she didn't know it would mean more than twenty years of constant change, a new home every year in a different coastal town. Finally, she'd had enough, and fled with her teenage daughter to Whisper Mountain, to the home of her oldest friend. What she found there was a new life, a shifting from sea tides to hidden mountain springs, which renewed her, but also tested the courage of all three women.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460311431
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/17/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 498,161
  • File size: 987 KB

Meet the Author


Ellyn Bache is the author of seven novels, including Safe Passage, which became a Susan Sarandon film. Her works include a short story collection (Willa Cather Fiction Prize winner); a Christmas/Hanukkah novella (PW's Recommended Holiday Reading); and an RT Reviewer's Choice-nominated novel. More is on her website, ellynbache.com



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    Posted November 7, 2013

    Please read you will enjoy

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A terrific slice of life character study

    In her late thirties and unhappy, Veronica Legacy decides it is time to pull up anchor, give up on the secure middle class existence she lives and start anew. Accompanied by her twenty years old daughter Simpson, Veronica leaves her spouse to return to the only place she ever felt at home, the farm of beloved septuagenarian Ernestine Trueheart. She doubts her husband will notice that the two women in his life have left him................... However, though welcomed by Ernestine, Veronica realizes you can¿t come home as nothing remains the same. The energetic Ernestine of memory is a slowly dying elderly woman. Still she offers Veronica what she most needs a sense of worth and belonging, but will that prove enough for an adult seeking a haven from the storms of life?........................ This is a terrific slice of life character study that showcases intriguing individuals, especially Veronica, struggling with problems that have thrown them into a depression yet come out fighting for what they believe in. Veronica is the center of this interesting tale, but the support cast mainly Ernestine and Simpson make her a fully developed protagonist. Fans will appreciate this fine often witty but always profound look at middle age crisis.................... Harriet Klausner

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