Walker's Point (Portraits #16)

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4.00 · 1 votes · Published: Sep 30th, 1997 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
Sometimes love hides itself in the steady rhythm of everyday life, only stealing the show when the schedule allows -. And sometimes love rides the surf, crashing onto the rocks in a raucous cadence of blinding sunlight and glittering sand -.

For Amanda Kelly, Walker's Point was the symbol of summer fun a picturesque coastal town where secluded beaches, quaint cafes, and community theater held all the appeal a young girl could desire. It was also the place where she first encountered love -.

Fanciful dreams of fairytale romance behind her, Amanda Kelly is now the mother of two girls and the wife of a man whose focus of late is more on career than family. Determined to regain the purpose and identity she once embraced, Amanda takes a job in a thriving antiques shop and soon finds herself on a whirlwind trip to New York City. Amid the bustling streets of Manhattan, a chance encounter forces Amanda to revisit Walker's Point, and feel for the second time its beauty and its agony.

Suddenly, one moment's decision could change her entire life - .

MARILEE DUNKER is the acclaimed author of Man of Vision, Woman of Prayer. As her first work of fiction, Walker's Point spins a breathtaking tale of the courage to find love again, and the strength to win it back.

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