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This romantic, adventurous, empowering novel tells the story of a brave young woman who is struggling to rediscover her identity after a devastating bereavement. Nearly thirty years old and beset by deep anxiety, Elinor Campbell stays with her laid-back and free-spirited uncle Leo at Trenouth, a clifftop bungalow in Cornwall. Warmly welcomed by Leo, Elinor makes new friends as she learns to surf and builds a close bond with the sea. Her attraction to a friendly surfer, Tony Reece, becomes her biggest challenge since the loss of her fiance. Leo, meanwhile, is determined to investigate what appears to be a people-_smuggling operation on the coast...
|Publication date:||18th October 2019|
|Publisher:||The Conrad Press|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),|
Bea Green lives in Edinburgh with her husband and two daughters, having moved there after studying at St Andrews University. As a child she lived for four years in Mexico City with her English father and Spanish mother.More About Bea Green