A Barefoot Tide: An Emerald Isle, NC Single Title
Grace Greene, USA Today Bestselling author, and author of Beach Rental, The Memory of Butterflies, and The Wildflower House Series, brings us A Barefoot Tide ~ a standalone novel set along the crystal coast of North Carolina, in the small town of Emerald Isle.
Lilliane Moore leaves the forests and rolling hills of her rural hometown, Cub Creek, to accept a temporary assignment as a companion to an elderly man who lives at the beach. It’s a risky move that’s out of character for her, but her thirties are passing quickly – she feels like she's closing in on forty fast - plus she’s got a hole in her roof and no AC. The big payday she’s been promised will fix a lot of it. But what's the catch? There's always a catch, isn't there? But the biggest risk for Lilliane may be in leaving the home and hometown to which her heart and past are irrevocably tied.
Stories of Heart and Heart from the Outer Banks to the Blue Ridge ~ Grace loves beaches and mountains, and all the plains and valleys in-between. She's fascinated by characters - their hopes, dreams, love, and secrets. Somewhere in the mix of setting and people is where the story dwells.
Grace is a USA Today Bestselling Author of Women's Fiction, Romance and Suspense. She has written twelve full-length novels and four novellas. Beach Rental was her debut novel and began the Emerald Isle, NC Stories series which has continued through the years to be the books her readers love the most. The Cub Creek series and Virginia Country Roads novels offer more mystery and suspense. The Wildflower House Series is her newest. The Memory of Butterflies continues as a bestseller single title set in the Cub Creek environment.
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From a reader about A Light Last Seen: "'In the heart of Virginia, where the forests hide secrets and the creeks run strong and deep' is a place called Cub Creek. A place that has meadows filled with colorful flowers and butterflies to chase, and dirt roads and Cub Creek to jump over and disappear into the woods. A living and rural place that draws the reader to the setting and the characters who have stories to tell. A place with light and darkness and as unique as the characters who live there. When I opened the beautiful cover of this book I stepped into the Cub Creek world and met the main character, Jaynie Highsmith. This is her story."
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