Down East Girl

downeastgirl_333x500I’m very happy to announce that the debut novel from Julie Davis, Down East Girl, is now available as an e-book on multiple platforms. Julie is a fellow Scribbler and a very talented writer. She wrote Down East Girl before joining our group, so I’m especially looking forward to getting my hands on it. Here’s the official blurb:

Lily McIntyre grows up wild and free on Harkers Island, playing pirate and making up stories with her cousin and best friend, Red. Their idyllic life is shattered when a storm destroys her father’s fishing boat, crippling him and drowning Red’s brother. Lily retreats to the world of books, dreaming of romance and passion. Believing she’s found it in handsome Henry Taylor, a university professor, she marries him and moves to a college town, only to find that his troubled past makes true intimacy impossible. When Henry is called up at the beginning of World War II, Lily returns to the coast, discovering that her heart belongs to Red, now married with a family of his own. They struggle to put their families’ needs above their own passion, but it continually threatens to pull them under.

Congratulations, Julie!


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