Last Kiss (Paperback)

A Novel (Hubbard's Point #6)

By Luanne Rice

Bantam, 9780553589764, 480pp.

Publication Date: June 23, 2009

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

Is it true that old love never dies, that hearts can mend, that a secret revealed can change everything?


New York Times bestselling author Luanne Rice spins a mesmerizing tale readers will long remember–the powerful story of a close-knit community grappling with a dark mystery, and of a woman reclaiming a love she believed lost a lifetime ago.

For nearly a year after the tragedy that claimed her teenage son, Charlie, Sheridan Rosslare has lived a quiet life on Hubbard’s Point, tucked away in the beach house where they spent their happiest days. But Charlie’s girlfriend, Nell Kilvert, is determined to find out what really happened on the night none of them will ever forget. She summons the one man she believes can uncover the truth–Gavin Dawson, who long ago thought he would always be at Sheridan’s side. Now his boat sits anchored within sight of the window of the woman he once loved–and still loves. Both of them had believed in the power of love and forgiveness, connection and reconnection, to work magic. They thought they’d lost that faith forever. Can they find it one last time?


About the Author

Luanne Rice is the author of twenty-seven novels, most recently The Geometry of Sisters, Last Kiss, Light of the Moon, What Matters Most, Sandcastles, Summer of Roses, Summer’s Child, Silver Bells, and Beach Girls, as well as The Letters, a collaboration with Joseph Monninger. She lives in New York City and Old Lyme, Connecticut.


Praise For Last Kiss: A Novel (Hubbard's Point #6)

“An element of supernatural whimsy, a dark secret involving a trust fund and a disturbing question related to Charlie's estranged father, Randy, add complexity, while cameos from other Beach Girls characters contribute an engaging, homey touch.”—Publishers Weekly

“A poignant story [with] a Practical Magic feel to it…and a touch of the film Ghost.” —New Haven Register