Vacancy: A Love Story

Tracy Ewens (Author)
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Description

If only life were as simple as filling a vacancy. Hollis Jeffries is a "dynamo" as her father likes to say. She's the youngest vice president at Dobbins Capital. She wows investors, runs marathons, and speaks three languages. As the oldest, Hollis is always first to try and first to succeed. According to the other Jeffries sisters, she's practically perfect. . . until she's not. Matthew Locke grew up in the shadow of his brother's death and with the added pressure of his parents' expectations. They want him to take over the family coffee shops someday, but Matt has other plans. Despite the grumblings of his working-class parents, he has found success in Silicon Valley even after dropping out of Stanford a semester shy of graduation. Matt has spent most of his life under the radar and there's not much he's willing to rock the boat for. . . until there is. Hollis and Matt met on Tomales Bay the summer they both turned twelve and during the summers that followed, they grew up and fell in love. One night, after an unexpected test, they fell apart. Now, twelve years later, Hollis, who seeks refuge at her uncle's seaside cottages to ride out a storm of her own making and Matt, weighed down by obligation to his parents, both return to Tomales Bay. Forced to share another summer in the small town that brought them together, will Hollis and Matt be able to move beyond the echo of their past and into a future filled with ever after?

Product Details

Price
$10.50
Publisher
Tracy Ewens
Publish Date
August 13, 2016
Pages
272
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.61 X 9.0 inches | 0.89 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780997683813
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About the Author

Tracy Ewens was born in San Francisco and enjoys traveling to far-off places -- both around the globe and in her mind. She believes TV is highly overrated and almost anything worth saying has come from either Anna Quindlen or Robert Fulghum. Catalina Kiss is her first novel. She lives with her husband and three children in New River, Arizona.