The Girl Back Home

Overview

This is the second edition of The Girl Back Home and is essentially the same as the 2010 original. This is a reissue of a retired title.
Sometimes what you spend your life looking for is waiting at home, right where it's been all along.
Jamie Basnight, 42, an attractive lawyer from Durham, is moving back to the place she grew up to become a country lawyer. Starting over at this age was the last thing Jamie ever thought she would do, but here ...
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Overview

This is the second edition of The Girl Back Home and is essentially the same as the 2010 original. This is a reissue of a retired title.
Sometimes what you spend your life looking for is waiting at home, right where it's been all along.
Jamie Basnight, 42, an attractive lawyer from Durham, is moving back to the place she grew up to become a country lawyer. Starting over at this age was the last thing Jamie ever thought she would do, but here she was moving into the little cottage on the Intracoastal Waterway, on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. She came home to heal. Jamie embraces the move as a fresh start. Surrounded by natural wonders, Jamie reconnects with the girl she used to be. Jamie also reconnects with friends she hasn't seen in more than 20 years. Jamie is also still hoping for a reconciliation with Mary Ann. What happens next is a wild ride of emotional ups and downs. In the end, coming back home changes Jamie's life forever.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781456361990
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • Publication date: 10/1/2010
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Meet the Author

2013 Rainbow Awards First Runner-up for Best Lesbian Novel, Out on the Panhandle, and three time Lambda Literary Award Finalist in Mystery with Rainey Nights (2012), Molly: House on Fire (2013), and The Rainey Season (2014), author R. E. Bradshaw began publishing in August of 2010. Before beginning a full-time writing career, she worked in professional theatre and also taught at both the university and high school level. A native of North Carolina and a proud Tar Heel, Bradshaw now makes her home in Oklahoma. Writing in many genres, from the fun southern romantic romps of the Adventures of Decky and Charlie series to the intensely bone-chilling Rainey Bell Thrillers, R. E. Bradshaw's books offer something for everyone.
Learn more here www.rebradshawbooks.com
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