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Good. No dust jacket as issued. Ex-library. In good condition with slight edgewear. Pages clean and unmarked. Shows little usage. Library stickers on spine and back cover. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 294 p. Audience: General/trade. As a boy growing up in the sixties, Sam Tibbetts always treasured the summer vacations he spent at Piddock Beach, exploring the sand and sea as only boys can. It was here he first met Aubrey, a local girl who became his childhood confidante...and later his first love. Over the years Aubrey grew from a fearless tomboy into a special young woman with whom Sam realized he wanted to spend the rest of his life. So when Sam discovered Aubrey's family had moved away with no forwarding address, he was crushed. He never heard from Aubrey again. Now, years later, Sam is still single, pastoring a church and wondering if he misunderstood God's calling on his life. In an effort to reconnect with his spiritual compass, he returns to Piddock Beach, looking to regain some of the joy of his youth. What he finds is unexpected but welcome: Aubrey. Both carry emotional baggage; both are desperate to find answers. As the two confront their abandoned friendship and make peace with their lives, can they do so without overstepping boundaries?
I know it's supposed to be a book about feelings and longings and regrets, but the fact that she's already married, with a family, makes you not want Aubrey and Sam to get together, even though they have a history together. Life moves on. Not too exciting a book; pretty slow-moving.
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