A Faded Cottage
When a simple feat of holding a paintbrush turns Quaid Witherspoon, a famous artist’s life upside down, he becomes a bitter man. This is his journal of how he battles fate, not of his entire life, but of two weeks.
Quaid had everything money could buy, except the two things he loved the most, his love of painting, and the only woman he had ever loved.
The calming waters off the coast of South Carolina calls Quaid back to Hathaway Cove, to a small, faded cottage, one with a leaning front porch, worn paint so similar to him, flawed. The same beach where he began painting as a young boy, the place he met his one true love, and the place he let her go.
Sandy, Quaid’s love from his past, learns he is wondering about her, just as she is wondering about him.
Their love is alive, meeting for the first time in thirty years, letting the years fade away, but fate has another twist.
Sandy keeps a secret, letting them have their two weeks.
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