Quinn, Tara Taylor, A Daughter’s Story (Comfort Cove, Book 2), (Richmond, Surrey: Mills & Boon, 2012).
Title: A Daughter’s Story (Comfort Cove, Book 2)
Author: Tara Taylor Quinn
Issues: Bereavement; Child Abduction; Stalking
You can’t change the past but you can choose the future!
Twenty-five years ago… Emma Sanderson’s life was completely overturned. Her baby sister was kidnapped, right there in Comfort Cove, and her family fell apart.
Now… Emma lives quietly, cautiously. Until suddenly she finds out that the cold case involving her sister’s disappearance has been reopened. Then, she ends her engagement—and meets another man. Chris Talbot shares her intense unexpected attraction, and their hours together mean more than anything she’s ever experienced.
Despite that, she’s uncertain about a relationship with him. He’s a man in a dangerous profession, a man who makes his living from the sea, and there are reasons, good reasons, for Emma to keep her distance. But that night could have lasting consequences…
Ever wake up and look at your life and wish some things were different? I have. And sometimes still do. And then what? You shrug and go on with your routine, your day. Most of the time, you’re happy. Or at least content.
But what if…
What if you decided that the things you wished were different were going to be different? What if, instead of shrugging and going on with “normal”, you made changes?
What if gets me every time. Meet Emma Sanderson. She’s a high school teacher with a mortgage and family responsibilities. She can’t just change any of those things in her life. Truth is, she doesn’t really want to. She likes teaching and loves her family. But she wants more.
A Daughter’s Story is about that more. It’s about having the courage to make changes where you can-even in small ways. It’s about daring to want and to reach for what you want within the realm of who and what you are. It’s about taking what you have and doing something to make it even better.
A Daughter’s Story is about finding answers. And…as always with me, it’s about love.
By the way, I’d really like to know what you think happened to Claire. Write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org! And watch for The truth About Comfort Cover, coming in January 2013.
Tara Taylor Quinn