A Faded Cottage
A Faded Cottage

A Faded Cottage

A South Carolina love story

Shaddox, Diann

Editorial:
Diann Shaddox Foundation
ISBN:
978-0-9912805-1-3
When a love letter written by a teenage boy becomes lost after a summer filled with passion, it brings about an incredible love story of two people being reunited after thirty year... Más información
Editorial:
Diann Shaddox Foundation
Encuadernación:
Tapa blanda o Bolsillo
Idioma de publicación :
Inglés
ISBN:
978-0-9912805-1-3
EAN:
9780991280513
Dimensiones:
2290 x 1520 mm.
Peso:
347 gramos
Nº páginas:
232
Fecha publicación :
10-12-2013
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    Sinopsis de: "A Faded Cottage"

    When a love letter written by a teenage boy becomes lost after a summer filled with passion, it brings about an incredible love story of two people being reunited after thirty years. What if you were able to relive your life, if only for two weeks, and rediscover you teenage love? Would you? Quaid Witherspoon is a man turning fifty, a man with success and money, a world acclaimed artist, but a simple feat of holding a paintbrush turns Quaid's life upside down when fate steps in. Essential Tremors have taken over his body. The calming waters off the coast of South Carolina call Quaid home to a small, faded cottage, one with a leaning front porch and worn paint so similar to him, flawed. And to the same beach where he began painting as a young boy, the place he met his one true love, and the place he let her go. Sandy, Quaid's lost love from the past, learns Quaid's wondering about her, just as she's wondering about him. Their love is still alive and when they reconnect, it's easy to let the years they'd been apart fade away. But, sadly, fate has another twist.

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