Where Dolphins Goby Peggy Webb
This is a Revised Edition of one of Peggy Webb's most beloved women's fiction novels. This edition reflects the changes the author made in the screenplay after this book was optioned for film. Two families torn apart by tragedy but bound by love and secrets must face the past before they can claim a future. At the center of their journey is Fergie, a dolphin that is the catalyst for change.
SHE WAS A MOTHER LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE...
Susan Riley's last hope for her frail son with the rare heart condition was Oceanfront Research Center. She'd read that dolphins often gave children like Jeffy the will to recover. If she could only convince the head of the center to let her son interact with theses gentle giants of the sea, she might just find the miracle she'd prayed for. She never expected to find a haunted former heart surgeon there...and she certainly hadn't counted on falling for him.
HE WAS A DOCTOR LOOKING TO FORGET...
Dr. Paul Tyler hadn't been able to save his own son. He had no intention of getting involved with a desperate mother and a four-year-old who reminded him of all he'd lost. But how could he ignore the beautiful woman who wouldn't give up? The bond between Jeffy and the dolphin? The possibility that he might be Jeffy's one chance to live? In order to heal the endearing little boy, Paul must first face his own demons - alcohol, a broken career, a broken marriage, his unresolved grief. Does he dare pick up the scalpel again? Does he dare let himself love a brave mother and a little boy he might lose?
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Meet the Author
In a career that spans 26 years, the Mississippi author has written more almost 70 books. Writing as Peggy Webb, she pens romance and mystery. Writing as Anna Michaels, she pens literary fiction. She has been on the romance bestseller list numerous times and has won many awards, including a Romantic Times Pioneer Award for creating the sub-genre of romantic comedy. Several of her romances, including Where Dolphins Go, have been optioned for film.
She says, "Romance is timeless. I love creating feisty, independent heroines and strong, sexy heroes then giving them a love story that will stay in the hearts of readers long after they turn the last page."
The Tender Mercy of Roses, 2011, written as Anna Michaels, is a Delta Magazine Top Five Pick, a Literary Guild and Doubleday Bookclub Featured Alternate. Pat Conroy, author of The Prince of Tides, called it "astonishing."
She is happy to bring her romance classics (originally published as Loveswepts) back to readers as E-books.
Follow the author on her websites: www.peggywebb.com and www.annamichaels.net and on Facebook as both Peggy Webb and Anna Michaels.
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This was one of the most heartwarming books I have ever read and once again shows that love can change lives!!
I absolutely ADORE this revised edition of Where Dolphins Go! I love the strong, determined heroine who fights so hard to save her little boy. And Dr. Paul Tyler is a hero to die for. I was enthralled from start to finish. Mrs. Webb made me laugh and cheer. Okay, I'll admit it: I cried, too. Do yourself a favor and grab this one quick!
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Great read. Could not put it down. Most definitely would recommend. Be prepared to cry but well worth it. Excellent just excellent!!!
"This awesome version of Where Dolphins Go shows why Peggy Webb is such a beloved writer! She hooked me with the first scene and didn't let go till the heartwarming conclusion. The Mississippi Gulf Coast setting is beautifully drawn, and Dr. Paul Tyler, Susan Riley, and Jo Lisa are the kind of complex characters you root for. This story is powerful and poignant, sweet and sexy. I highly recommend it."
In this beautiful, haunting story of love and redemption, Susan Riley's faith and determination shine through. Dr. Paul Tyler's conflict as he struggles with unresolved grief and a needy ex-wife is both realistic and touching. The heart of the story is the same as the original, but the content has been altered. Don't miss this wonderful movie version from the prolific pen of an author who has given fans much reading pleasure for many years. Talented writers like Peggy Webb don't come along very often.