The Cicada Spring: A Potomac Shores Novel

The Cicada Spring: A Potomac Shores Novel

by Carolyn McBride
The Cicada Spring: A Potomac Shores Novel

The Cicada Spring: A Potomac Shores Novel

by Carolyn McBride

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Overview

A coming-of-middle-age story about second chances, the enduring bonds of friendship, and the power of nature to heal and guide us home.

Empty nest. Broken dreams. A single mom rediscovers her inner compass on the Potomac shores, guided by an ancient arrowhead and the captivating marsh man who found it.

Katie Young thought she had it all figured out. A fresh start in sunny Florida, a new husband, a thriving career. But life, like the tide, has a way of shifting course. Forced back to Virginia by the tragic loss of her mother, the family river house becomes her refuge from a storm no one saw coming.

Heartbroken and adrift, Katie explores the river on her dad's old boat, questioning where-and with whom-she truly feels at home. Rekindled friendships around the beach bonfire spark new dreams in the little town of Occoquan.

But when a neighbor's development threatens an eagle's nest, Katie finds herself fighting for her heart, her land, and a future she never dared to imagine. As the lovelorn cicadas emerge from decades in the dark, can Katie chart a new course toward a forever love?

The Cicada Spring, the first in the Potomac Shores series, is a poignant and heartwarming novel for women who are ready to rewrite their own stories and discover the strength that lies within.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798990295803
Publisher: Make Waves Press
Publication date: 04/17/2024
Pages: 356
Sales rank: 460,492
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.79(d)

About the Author

Carolyn McBride grew up exploring the Potomac River, and her Potomac Shores series is immersed in the places she lives and loves, from South Florida's Intracoastal Waterway to Virginia's Occoquan River. Like Carolyn, her characters are grandmothers, mothers, wives, daughters, friends, pet lovers, and boat captains. Her writing has been published in National Geographic Traveler and National Geographic World magazines. A graduate of the College of William and Mary, she is completing an MFA in fiction writing.
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