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Also by Barbara Davis:

When Never Comes, May 2018
Hardcover
Love, Alice, December 2016
Paperback
Summer at Hideaway Key, August 2015
Paperback
The Wishing Tide, September 2014
Paperback
The Secrets She Carried, October 2013
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Summer at Hideaway Key
Barbara Davis

NAL
August 2015
On Sale: August 4, 2015
Featuring: Lily St. Claire
416 pages
ISBN: 0451474589
EAN: 9780451474582
Kindle: B00OQS4CAG
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Contemporary Women's Fiction

From the author of The Wishing Tide comes a stunning new novel about two summers, one journal, and the secrets that can break and open our hearts....

Pragmatic, independent Lily St. Claire has never been a beachgoer. But when her late father leaves her a small house on Hideaway Key—one neither her mother nor she knew he owned—she’s determined to visit the sleepy spit of land along Florida’s Gulf Coast. Expecting a quaint cottage, Lily instead finds a bungalow with peeling shutters and mountains of memorabilia. She also catches a glimpse of the architect who lives down the beach….

But it’s the carton of old journals in the front room that she finds most intriguing. The journals were written by her mother’s sister, an infamous beauty whose name has long been banned from the St. Claire home. The journals tell a family tale Lily has never heard, of her mother and her aunt as young girls in Tennessee and the secrets that followed them into adulthood. As she reads, Lily gains a new understanding: about her family and about herself. And she begins to open her heart—to this place, these people, and the man next door. But can she ever truly learn to trust, to believe that love is not a trap but a harbor? And is it true that hearts, even broken ones, can be forged anew?

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