It Comes In Waves

By Erika Marks
(NAL Trade, Paperback, 9780451418869, 368pp.)

Publication Date: July 1, 2014

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For competitive surfer Claire "Pepper" Patton, the waves of South Carolina’s Folly Beach once held the promise of a loving future and a bright career—until her fiance, Foster, broke the news that he and Claire's best friend, Jill, were in love.
 
Eighteen years later, now forty-two and a struggling single parent to a rebellious teenage daughter, Claire has put miles between that betrayal and that coast. But when ESPN invites her back to Folly Beach for a documentary on women in surfing, Claire decides it might be the chance she needs to regain control of her life and reacquaint herself with the unsinkable young woman she once was.

But not everything in Folly Beach is as Claire remembers it, most especially her ex-best friend, Jill, who is now widowed and raising her and Foster’s teenage son. An unexpected reunion with Claire will uncover a guilt that Jill has worked hard to bury—and bring to the surface years of unspoken blame.
 
When Claire crosses paths with a sexy pro-surfer who is as determined to get Claire back on a board as he is to get her in his bed, a chance for healing might not be far behind—or is it too late for two estranged friends to find forgiveness in the place that was once their coastal paradise, where life was spent barefoot and love was as dizzying as the perfect wave...

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About the Author

A native New Englander who was raised in Maine, Erika Marks has worked as an illustrator, an art director, a cake decorator, and a carpenter. She is the author of The Guest House, The Mermaid Collector and Little Gale Gumbo.




Praise For It Comes In Waves

Praise for the Novels of Erika Marks
 

“An intoxicating blend of love, lost and found.”—New York Times Bestselling Author Karen White
 
“Spicy, delicious, and filled with surprises.”—New York Times Bestselling Author Adriana Trigiani
 
“This is women’s fiction to be savored.”—Library Journal (Starred Review)

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