Sometimes you have to go back to move forward
Twenty years later, the death of Kate’s daughter remains fresh in her mind. Looking at Kate no one would guess the grief, self-doubt, and anguish that plague her. In a quest to move forward, she and Spence are building a new life on the island and the happiness that has eluded her for decades is within reach.
An unexpected visitor sets in motion a chain of events that threatens to destroy the world Kate has carefully reconstructed. A tragedy strikes close to home. The revelation of a long-kept secret forces her to confront painful memories and reassess the bonds of friendship. Kate’s future and that of another she barely knows are dependent upon her ability to bend without breaking.
Pour a cup of tea and return to Hometown Harbor where you’ll reconnect with old friends and discover Kate’s story of perseverance as she grapples with unbearable loss and the power of forgiveness.
Other books in the Hometown Harbor Series (***click on the covers for more information***):
Dive into Sam's private journal in this prequel novella to the first book in the Hometown Harbor Series.
A coming to life journey for a middle-aged woman, who flees to a small island expecting a change of scenery and discovers much more.
Return to the picturesque island community where you’ll check in with your old friends and meet a few new ones along the way.
Spend Christmas in Friday Harbor this year surrounded by the friends you know and a couple of special deliveries from the Hometown Harbor Series.
A story of long ago secrets revealed and the strength of one woman’s journey to overcome the pain of her past.
Tammy L. Grace is the award-winning author of The Hometown Harbor Series of women’s fiction set in the picturesque San Jan Islands in Washington and a mystery series set in Nashville, Tennessee, featuring Cooper Harrington, Private Detective.
Born and raised in Nevada, Tammy L. Grace loved reading at a young age. With the help of her middle school teacher, she discovered the joy of writing. When Tammy isn't working on ideas for a novel, she's spending time with family and friends or supporting her addiction to books and chocolate. She and her husband have one grown son and a spoiled golden retriever.