Recovering from a painful divorce, Sarah Draycott has moved to the picture-postcard village of Sea Glass on the Maine coast, and is soon caught up in the lives of its inhabitants. As she helps elegant but troubled widow Gwen cope with her desperately ill son, and assists nine-year-old orphan Oliver in uncovering the secrets surrounding the mysterious Cully Mansion, Sarah's broken heart begins to heal. She isn't looking for new romance - but love finds a way of seeking someone out just when they least expect it . . .
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by Mette Ivie Harrison
by Dorothy Cannell
by Dorothy Gilman
by Dorothy Height
by Joanna Bourne
by Dorothy Love
"After her heart is broken, Sarah moves to the small town of Sea Glass and finds solace in helping her neighbors through their own tragedies. Kirsten Potter's dynamic narration offers a compelling rendition of high-pitched and sharp-minded 9-year-old Oliver, who must leave the guardianship of his breathless and ailing grandfather. The honeyed tones of the grandfather's nurse are contrasted sharply with those of Oliver's boorish uncle and surly aunt, who have taken over the family homestead. Potter's delivery of troubled Willy Watkins's baleful and rambling voice heightens the mystery of the story. Most importantly, her steady pacing captures Sarah's contemplative moments and the quietly developing romantic element of this intriguing listen. M.F. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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