An Otter Bay Novel
By Julie Carobini
(B&H Books, Paperback, 9780805448733, 400pp.)
Publication Date: August 2009
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There’s nothing left for Tara Sweet in landlocked Dexton, Missouri. Her fiancé called off their wedding, her sister is moving to Manhattan, and now her mother is marrying a much younger man with plans for a yearlong honeymoon in Europe. Tara believes a move back to her childhood home of Otter Bay, California, will help restore the fun and fearlessness she’s already missing in her twenties. Playing back memories of idyllic times spent there with her father along the majestic coast, a fairytale seems just around the corner.Better make that a soap opera. After Tara finds a job in Otter Bay, makes friends at The Red Abalone Grill, and perhaps even a new flame in firefighter Josh, she begins to uncover shocking secrets about why her family left this heaven on earth all those years ago. And though she will have to question everything she has ever known, the faith that Tara must depend upon will be sweeter than ever before.Endorsements:
Reading Sweet Waters is like taking a beach vacation from the comfort of your own living room.
Julie Carobini paints a beautiful story of fresh starts, painful secrets, and the depth of a family's love. The small town beach setting is as soothing as the sound of waves, and so well drawn I could almost smell the salt in the air. Engaging, fast paced, and romantic. Highly recommended.
Kathryn Cushman author of A Promise to Remember and Waiting for Daybreak
As sure as the ocean ebbs and flows with the tide, so life changes take the characters from one adventure to another in Julie CarobiniÕs latest release, Sweet Waters. Exhilarating, fresh and warm as the summer breeze, this book is fun from start to finish. Grab your tanning oil and beach towel and immerse yourself in a great read thatÕs sure to make a splash when it hits the store shelves!
~Diann Hunt, Author, For Better or For Worse
Julie Carobini writes seaside novels filled with faith, flip flops and waves of grace. Books in her acclaimed Otter Bay series include Sweet Waters and A Shore Thing. Julie and her husband Dan have three children and live on California’s central coast.