After failing her college classes, Fernanda Beaumont returns to her childhood home in Louisiana to live with her grandmother. Knowing her aversion to the town she grew up in, and now used to her current Manhattan lifestyle, Fern doesn’t believe for one minute that she’ll survive the summer.
The one bright spot may be Shae Williams, the best friend she had to leave when her family moved to the Big Apple back in the third grade. But a lot has changed in ten years. While Fern is studying aquatic biology and gallivanting around Southampton with her friends, Shae is happy serving gator bites to tourists at the local watering hole.
Despite their differences, the two develop a close friendship. Soon they find themselves teaming up to discover if the strange dreams Shae has been having have anything to do with the disappearance of a nine-year-old girl from a neighboring town.
Maybe the sleepy little town Fern grew up in won’t be so bad after all…
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||17 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Venus Reising is the alter ego of a writing duo out of Central Florida. The literary twosome is one-half professor, with poetry and criticism published in numerous journals, including Ascent Aspirations Magazine and Atlantic Literary Review, and one-half working artist turned pre-med student, who has, at least for now, traded her canvas for a periodic table. Partners in writing and in life, the Venus women would much rather interrogate characters and complicate plots than do just about anything else.